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Studio Apartments - Yamasa Villa I


These apartments are located next to the Yamasa Villa III & IV studio apartments and are larger with 2 rooms and a balcony. Each has its own bathroom with western style toilet and a separate unit shower/bath. They are equally close to shops and restaurants, the campus (8 - 10 minutes walk) and public transport.

The Apartments

The apartments are western style and the total area of each is 30.06 m². They have air-conditioning/heating, a large wardrobe, and a kitchenette with a kitchen sink, refrigerator, electric hotplate, electric rice cooker and some cooking utensils (frying pan, saucepan, kettle). There is no gas cooking available although some long-term students buy their own gas rings with disposable gas cartridges. Yamasa provides a TV, bed, desk, and chair, study lamp and bookshelves, and there is a balcony. There are washing facilities for clothes located next to Yamasa Villa III & IV - less than 50 meters away. Telephones are not provided, students rent a land-line phone or cellular phone. Yamasa can arrange both. Please see the general section for information about bedding.

The Area

There are shops located nearby, including two restaurants open 24-hours per day, a convenience store also open 24-hours per day, several other restaurants, billiard hall, supermarket, and the school is within a ten minute walk. Transport connections are excellent, as Yamasa Villa I is located near the main road through Okazaki (but far enough away that it is always quiet).


Yamasa Vila I



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Nadace Hattori
Institut Yamasa

1-2-1 Hanehigashi-machi, Okazaki City
Prefektura Aiči, 444-0832, Japonsko
Tel: +81 (0)564 55 8111
Fax: +81 (0)564 55 8113
Email: admissions@yamasa.org

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