Aichi University of Technology Foreign Language School

SUPPORT FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT Dormitories

学生寮

Support for
international
students

About where international students live

Near the school, there are dormitories that are exclusively for international students, with one person per room in all the accommodation. Support is also provided for daily life, so that students get used to living in Japan through a comfortable dormitory life.

Horita Dormitory

There is a dormitory exclusively for international students in a location with convenient access a 1-minute walk from the school. It has all the daily necessities for enjoying a comfortable life as an international student.
Internet access is also provided.

19-10 Meizen-cho Mizuho-ku Nagoya, Aichi 467-0852 Japan

19-10 Meizen-cho Mizuho-ku Nagoya, Aichi 467-0852 Japan

  • One person per room [Personal rooms]
  • With kitchen, unit bath, toilet, air conditioning, refrigerator, and Internet access
  • 7 floors, 55 rooms in total (male/female)
Room type
Dormitory moving-in
fee (When moving in)
Management fee
(Annual fee)
Room rent
(Monthly fee)
Annual total
annual fee*
One person per room
[55 rooms]
50,000
80,000
40,000
610,000

* Electricity, water, and gas bills are paid for through personal contracts with Chubu Electric Power, Nagoya City Waterworks & Sewerage Bureau, and Toho Gas.
* The management fee is used to cover expenses such as Internet fees, security fees, elevator maintenance fees, automatic door maintenance management fees, and room cleaning when students leave the dormitory.

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Shiota Dormitory

There is a dormitory exclusively for international students in a location with convenient access a 5-minute walk from the school. It has all the daily necessities for enjoying a comfortable life as an international student. Internet access is also provided.

〒457-0016 名古屋市南区汐田町1-38

1-38 Shioda-cho Minami-ku Nagoya, Aichi 457-0016 Japan

  • One person per room [Personal rooms]
  • Personal rooms: with bed, air conditioning, refrigerator, chair, and Internet access
  • Communal: toilets, shower room, dining room, kitchen, washing machine, microwave
  • 3 floors / 41 rooms in total
Room type
Dormitory moving-in
fee (When moving in)
Management fee
(Annual fee)
Room rent
(Monthly fee)
Annual total
annual fee*
Type A (40 rooms)
50,000
30,000
25,000
380,000
Type B (1 room)
50,000
30,000
30,000
440,000

Type A (40 rooms)

Dormitory moving-in
fee (When moving in)
Management fee
(Annual fee)
Room rent
(Monthly fee)
Annual total
annual fee*
50,000
30,000
25,000
380,000

Type B (1 room)

Dormitory moving-in
fee (When moving in)
Management fee
(Annual fee)
Room rent
(Monthly fee)
Annual total
annual fee*
50,000
30,000
30,000
440,000

* The management fee is used to cover expenses such as Internet fees, water fees, and room cleaning when students leave the dormitory.
* Students pay for their electricity fees themselves. (Bills are sent by the school.)

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Things to note regarding the student dormitories

○Students prepare their own meals.
○Additional fees may sometimes be charged separately if expenses arise that are deemed necessary to restore a room to its original state.
○The use of automobiles/motorcycles is prohibited. There are no parking spaces.
○It is prohibited for students to bring anyone who is not a dormitory resident (regardless of gender) into the dormitory or their own rooms.

Dormitory area

  • 9-minute walk to Horita Station on the Subway Meijo Line. 15 minutes by subway on the Meijo Line to Sakae in central Nagoya.

    9-minute walk to Horita Station on the Subway Meijo Line. 15 minutes by subway on the Meijo Line to Sakae in central Nagoya.

  • 14-minute walk to Horita Station on the Meitetsu Main Line. 12 minutes by Meitetsu to Shinkansen Nagoya Station.

    14-minute walk to Horita Station on the Meitetsu Main Line. 12 minutes by Meitetsu to Shinkansen Nagoya Station.

  • 5-minute walk to “Tachiya” supermarket. The ideal shop for international students, with very cheap fresh ingredients. <Opening hours> 10:00 to 18:00, closed every Wednesday

    5-minute walk to “Tachiya” supermarket. The ideal shop for international students, with very cheap fresh ingredients. <Opening hours> 10:00 to 18:00, closed every Wednesday

  • 10-minute walk to “PLAZA” 100-yen shop. In principle, everything in the store costs 100 yen. There are a lot of daily necessities, including processed food, small makeup items, tableware and cooking utensils, batteries, and stationery.

    10-minute walk to “PLAZA” 100-yen shop. In principle, everything in the store costs 100 yen. There are a lot of daily necessities, including processed food, small makeup items, tableware and cooking utensils, batteries, and stationery.

  • 15-minute walk to “Cainz Home” shopping center Full of cheap, good-quality goods, including futons, blankets, futon covers, and clothes.

    15-minute walk to “Cainz Home” shopping center Full of cheap, good-quality goods, including futons, blankets, futon covers, and clothes.

  • There is also a large home center nearby. 20-minute walk to “Aeon Mall Aratamabashi” A large shopping center with specialty stores for fashion, dining, services, and more.

    There is also a large home center nearby. 20-minute walk to “Aeon Mall Aratamabashi” A large shopping center with specialty stores for fashion, dining, services, and more.

Rules for living in Japan

Residence cards and student IDs

Always have them with you every day. Be careful not to lose them. Also, never lend them to someone else. They are sometimes used to commit crimes.

My Numbers

My Numbers are personal numbers that are given to everyone who lives in Japan.
A card will be sent by mail from the ward office. Please keep it safe.

Personal information

You must not simply give people information such as your or someone else’s address, telephone number, email address, residence card number, or My Number card number.

Alcohol and smoking

By law, only people aged 20 or over are allowed to drink alcohol and smoke in Japan. It is prohibited for anyone under the age of 20 to do so.

Traffic rules

Traffic lights must be obeyed. You must not cross the street once they have turned yellow. When riding a bicycle, turn on the lights at night. The following are prohibited: two people riding the same bicycle; using a smartphone; headsets. Please obey the rules, and prevent accidents. You must also take out bicycle insurance.

When sick or injured

You will enroll in the national health insurance system when you enter Japan, so you can receive treatment at a hospital for 30% of the total treatment cost. However, you will have to pay 100% of the cost if you forget to pay the monthly health insurance fee, so please be careful.

How to put out the trash

Always separate trash into burnable, non-burnable, and recyclable. Put it into the trash bags designated by the municipal government, and put it out on the designated day, at the designated time and trash collection point. The rules vary from area to area, so check them beforehand, and follow them.

Be quiet at night

In Japanese living environments, household noise and commotion can lead to trouble with the neighbors. Especially at night, please refrain from doing things like talking in a loud voice and listening to loud music. It is good manners to be as quiet as possible.

* There are a lot of other rules for living in Japan besides these.
The school will also provide support for things you need help with.