Global Residence SAGAMIHARA

Global Residence Sagamihara is a share house that accepts international students from various countries.
International Shared Househas developed.
Regular events are held to connect residents with each other, creating a stimulating space that makes you feel as if you are living abroad.

Supporting for international students in their daily lives by Residence Assistants

RAs (Resident Assistants) are student leaders who support international students in their daily lives so that they can lead a safe and comfortable student life.

We provide support to international students living in an environment with different cultures and customs so that they can settle into life in Japan and live their days with ease.

・We support international students who have just arrived in Japan by helping them with transportation, registration procedures for their place of residence, etc.
・If international students ask for advice on study, extracurricular activities, etc., we will proactively give them advice.・We hold regular meetings among residents and plan various events such as welcome parties for new residents and sports tournaments to encourage interaction among residents.


【single room】
Rent: ¥49,000~ / monthMaintenance Fee 15,000 yen / month
【Shared Room】
rent ¥27,000~ / 月Maintenance Fee ¥7,000 / 月
※Utilities and internet included
【Initial cost】
Guarantee fee 50% of the monthly rentNo, not for students.
No eviction fee
【Other expenses】
Renewal fee 25% of monthly rentInsurance fee ¥10,000


Global residence sagamihara 5-2-35 Fuchinobe Chuo-ku,Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa-ken 252-0206 Japan

Manager: Ushio Terada


Mail address:


Global Residence Sagamihara holds various seasonal events throughout the year!

Welcome party

This is an annual spring event that welcomes residents who move in around April.
We will meet other residents at this event, so it's easy to make new friends!

Spring cherry blossom viewing

The event will be held at a park located a 10-minute walk from Global Residence Sagamihara.
There is no doubt that you will get drunk with the cherry blossoms at night in Fuchinobe.

Clam digging

A clamming event will be held at Miura Beach in May.
At night, we will have a seafood party, such as steaming pasta and clams, using the shellfish we all picked up.

Nagashi Somen

Somen Nagashi Party, a summer tradition held in July.
Not only Nagashi Somen but also BBQ is held, and luxurious dishes are prepared.
You can also invite your friends to participate.


There are many opportunities to get along with each other at BBQ parties, such as grilling meat together and going out for drinks!


Everyone dresses up and has a party. Participants will vote for the person in the most awesome costume, and the winner will receive a luxurious gift.


We exchange gifts with all the residents who participate. It's a big group gift exchange, so it gets really exciting!

Common Facilities

Spacious Lobby

The lobby has comfortable sofas and...

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Big Lounge

The large lounge has a modern flat ...

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Gym and studio

You can take a exercise anytime by ...

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There is a large Japanese style com...

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co-working office

You can study all together and use ...

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Theater Room

A theater room where you can enjoy ...

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Face washing room.

Each floor has a dryer and an ironi...

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Shower room

There are designates showers for Me...

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Ushio Terada

26 years old, House Manager
Born in Yakushima. Having lived in a share house myself, I came to Tokyo with the dream of managing a share house.
Her hobby is music, and she actively interacts with the residents by holding sessions with them.


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