Wherever you are, it is always nice to have somewhere you can call home. Dokkyo University wants to ensure that its exchange students feel at home here in Japan, so it guarantees accommodation. Information on housing applications is provided in a timely manner.
Dokkyo University provides off-campus housing for exchange students, who will be required to live there during their term of study at Dokkyo University. The housing is an apartment building located near the university. Depending on the area and the size of the room, the rent varies from 58,000 yen to 70,000 yen per month, which includes utilities and Wi-Fi internet access. Meals are not included.
You will share a three-bedroom apartment with two other roommates.
Each bedroom is furnished with a desk and a bed. The shared dining room is equipped with a dining table, and an air-conditioner, and the shared kitchen is equipped with a refrigerator, a microwave, an electric kettle, a gas stove, and a washing machine.
The apartment building is a public residential building. It is not exclusively for students. You will need to follow the same rules as other residents.
When assigning rooms, we try to accommodate preferences based on the availability of space, but we cannot guarantee that specific requests and preferences will always be met.
University Housing : Green Avenue Yatsuka
731-1 Yatsuka-cho, Soka, Saitama 340-0023
Depending on the number of enrolled exchange students, we may have to offer alternate accommodation located in a building other than Green Avenue Yatsuka.
Type A (Western style)
Type D (Japanese style)
*Actual rooms may differ from the photos.
You will need to pay your rent and other relevant charges after your arrival in Japan.
Moving-in fee: 11,000yen/semester or 22,000yen/two semesters + 2,200yen (bedsheets)
This fee covers the provision of a room cleaning service by a cleaning company when you move out and the provision of maintenance service by an apartment management company. This fee is non-refundable and paid only when you move in.
You will need to pay this fee together with your rent for the first month (pro-ranted) and the following month in cash at a convenience store using the Smart Pit payment service.
Bed comforter (kake-buton) and pillow
No comforters or pillows are provided in the apartment bedrooms. You will have to obtain them yourself.
You can buy a comforter and pillow yourself at various stores located near your apartment.
Kitchenware and other household items
You will need to get kitchenware and other household items yourself. You can visit a hundred-yen shop in your neighborhood to buy many types of products for everyday use.