Amatsukaze is located very conveniently only 22 minutes from both Tenjin and Hakata.
Within a walking distance of 5 minutes there is a post office, convenience stores (such as Lawson and 7-Eleven), a supermarket (HalloDay) and other stores that sell everyday objects like electronics (Kojima Denki) and a home improving and gardening center (Gooday).
It takes only 2 minutes to the town hall and to a public park.
■Access from Tenjin:
Take the Nishitetsu Rail Oumata Line from Nishitetsu “Tenjin Station” to “Ijiri Station” (15 minutes).
From “Ijiri Station” change to Nishitetsu bus to “Sugu bus stop” (5 minutes). From there it is a 2 minutes walk to Amatsukaze.
■Access from Hakata:
Starting from “Hakata Station” take the JR Kagoshima Main Line to “Minami Fukuoka Sttion” (5 minutes), then take the Nishitetsu bus to “Sugu bus stop” (15 minutes). From there it only takes 2 minutes to Amatsukaze.
As an adult living in the Share House, everybody wants his own privacy, so everyone respects the privacy of others.
Being confronted with and able to accept and enjoy different values and life styles leads to expansion of knowledge and perspective.
Of course every tenant can cook on his own but by sharing dishes you can make two (or three, or four etc.) from one. Those who are less experienced in cooking can learn and improve by watching and doing.
You can move in with just one suitcase. Because now that you have less personal space than in the one-room-apartment you probably had before, it is relevant to attach importance to your own room.
Step out of a system that is focused on hard working merely to be able to buy things due to large-scaled seductive advertising. Break with consumerism and start a life you really desire.
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My name is Yoshie Kuroiwa. I am the owner of the Share House “Comret Amatsukaze” in Ijiri, Fukuoka.
As a housewife with no access to real estate industry I happened to purchase the property next door to ours. The first question was how to maintain the property. I then imagined people coming together, communicating and interacting. That led to the idea and concept of the Share House.
I was happy that I could attend a class for managing a share house, but also for the support of my family.
It is fun growing vegetables in our garden, harvest them and have a harvest party, or building a stone oven together and have a pizza party or BBQ with everybody, or having a cooking or wreath making class and other cultural meetings not only for tenants but for interested guests as well.
If you are interested in or already fancy living in the Share House, do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to showing you around.