Home Visit One day program without lodging.
Have you ever visited a Japanese home? Do you want to have a Japanese family? Our home visit program is a great opportunity to experience real life in Japan and become part of a family in Japan.
・You can enjoy a family environment at a Japanese house, even if you don't have enough time for a full home stay.
・Home visit experience gives you a Japanese home environment in a short time.
・Through this experience, you will be able to make local friends and family in Japan.
・If you are studying Japanese, you will have the opportunity to speak a lot of Japanese.
・This plan is without lodging, so even if host families don't have no guest rooms, they can invite guests.(Many Japanese houses do not have guest rooms)
・Host families who want to enjoy international exchange can get a chance to interact with foreigners at home.
・This plan is one-day plan, so even people living alone or busy can easily make international exchanges.
Merit of Home Visit
About Home Visit Plan FAQ(Basics)
1.How much is the cost?
¥4,000 per one day per person 7 years and over
※0 to 6 years: free
2.What is Included in the Home Visit Fees?
Homestay Registration/Application Fees
Arrangement fee for Home visit is free.
Transportation fee (from your hotel or house to host family house) is not included.
3.When should I book?＆What Happens Before the Home Visit?
STEP1 : Filling out our Application form
STEP2：Counseling & we choose your Host family
STEP3：We will inform you about your Host family
STEP4：Deposit the fees & send you an information
STEP5：Communication with Hosts
Feel free to personalize this offer with your host family
Please make a reservation at least 10 days in advance.
Let's enjoy cooking together!
What kind of Japanese food do you like?
It serves noodles not in a bowl or a plate, but racing by in a bamboo pipe full of flowing water.
Let's go shopping together!
Wonder if you can find a bargain ?
How do you spend Home Visit?
With Korean Guests
Let’s talk about typical K- drama storylines.
Shogi is a Japanese game similar to chess.
The best way to see what the local's all about is to go to the community festival.
Dance party with Chinese and Côte d'Ivoire guests.
You can receive the shrine's seal as a stamp to commemorate your visit.
Japanese sweets and Green tea
Japanese tea ceremony is a traditional and ceremonial way of preparing and drinking green tea, typically in a traditional tearoom with tatami floor.
This is a chozuya
It's a place where you wash your hands and rinse your mouth at a shrine.
With Host Family
They are having a very good experience in that home visit experience .
Fun time with host sister
Time passes much faster when I am having fun.
A hot-pot party
It was a halal food pot. Thanks to my best host family!