Fukuoka Hakata ShareHouse for Short-term Long-term ☺️


We are from Taiwan  and have travelled, lived and worked in the United States , Canada , England , France, Italy , Germany , Holland , the Czech Republic , Belgium , Spain , Saudi Arabia , Vietnam , Malaysia , South Korea , Singapore , etc.
We know how hard it is to feel a sense of belonging overseas. Therefore, we provide a sweet home for residents, international students, and immigrants. It may not be as luxurious and big as other share houses, but it is a warm place. All four of our rooms are up to standard and have plenty of space to feel comfortable. 
Guests are required to have an interview prior to moving in. We devote all resources and energies to building a house where everyone can spend time together like a family; like at home. Why don’t you try joining SINKOS Family? 
2 Chome-15-25 Yoshizuka, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka, 812-0041


Bike Parking
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Washing Machine

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Hair Dryer

Dining Room



Shower Room


Front Door



If you are looking for a at home experience in Fukuoka, you are at the right place. Let’s plan a reasonable stay for you.

Our Sinkos share-house has four rooms for guests with a shared living space(Kitchen, Bathroom, Dining). It is not uncommon for our guests to form great friendships as they become part of the Sinkos family during their stay. Take a closer look into available rooms we offer and pick one which is right for you! We look forward to your stay.


🏘 Initial fee:

✔️Monthly rent
✔️Community fee (including water, electricity and gas): ¥12,000/mo
✔️ Deposit: one month’s rent (refundable under no damage).

No. 201 (4.5 Tatami Size)

¥43,000/month+ Community fee¥ 12,000/month

Community fee (water, electricity and gas ): ¥12,000/mo

No. 202 (6 Tatami Size)

¥48,000/month+ Community fee¥ 12,000/month

Community fee (water, electricity and gas ): ¥12,000/mo

No. 301 (5.5 Tatami Size)

¥46,000/month+ Community fee¥ 12,000/month

Community fee (water, electricity and gas): ¥12,000/mo

No. 302 (5.5 Tatami Size)

¥46,000/month+ Community fee¥ 12,000/month

Community fee (water, electricity and gas): ¥12,000/mo


Address: 2 Chome-15-25 Yoshizuka, Hakata Ward, Fukuoka, 812-0041
  • 🚄JR Kagoshima Main Line/Yoshizuka Station 7-minute walk
  • 🚃Fukuoka Municipal Subway Hakozaki Line / Maidashi Kyudai Byoin-mae Station 🚶‍♀️ 15-minute walk/🚴🏻‍♀️ 6-minute bike
  • 🚉Chiyo-Kenchōguchi Station🚶🏻18-minute walk /🚴🏻‍♀️ 6-minute bike/🚶‍♂️6-minute walk + 🚌 6-minute bus
  • 🚌Yoshizuka 2-chome bus stop 🚶‍♂️ 5-minute walk (Bus No. 31/34/36, 20 minutes to Tenjin Station)
  • 🚌Yutaka 1-chome bus stop 🚶‍♀️ 8-minute walk (Bus No. 30/37/32/39, 10 minutes to Hakata Station)
  • 🚊Hakata Station: 🚶‍♀️20-minute walk/ 🚴🏻‍♀️ 9-minute bike

😌🏘Nearby Facilities:

🏪24-hour convenience store familyMart 🚶‍♂️1-minute walk
🏪24-hour convenience store Lawson 🚶🏻4-minute walk
Don’t worry about being hungry at night

🥦Supermarket ダイレクス 🚶‍♀️ 4-minute walk: You can buy fresh fruits and vegetables, meat and necessities at very good deals.

🧖🏻‍♀️💊Drug store コスモス 5-minute walk: buy cheap cosmetics, necessities and frozen food.

🚄Yoshizuka JR Station 🚶‍♂️ 7-minute walk 24-hour Anytime Fitness gym🏋🏻 nearby, 24-hour convenience supermarket サーニ(Sunny), Seria 100 Yen store, Matsumoto Kiyoshi drugstore and a variety of restaurants, bakeries and cake shops.

🏢ブランチ Hakata パピヨンガーデン shopping mall 🚶🏻 12-minute walk: Daiso 100-yen store, McDonald’s, KFC, Komeda coffee shop, MK hot pot restaurant, K’S electrical appliances, and the HOLIDAY high-end supermarket where you can grab half-price meals around 8 o’clock every night, and of course many restaurants and delicious bakeries.😉

🏞Higashi Park 12minute walk: You can run in the morning and at night, Free gym. 

This park was once a site of the battle between Mongolian and Japanese armies at the time of the Bun-ei invasion (1274). The old battlefield was reconstructed into the present park. There is a statue of an old emperor Kameyama who was in the reign at the time of the invasion and of Nichiren, a famous Buddhist monk of the same age. Inside the park is also the Mongolian Invasion Museum and Toka-Ebisu Shrine, which is dedicated to the god of happiness Ebisu. The prototype of the statue of the emperor Kameyama was made by Yamazaki Cho-un, a master of wooden sculpture and on the base of the statue, you can see the inscribed calligraphy letters (“the enemy has surrendered”) by Arisugawanomiya Taruhito, and old member of the royal family.

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