English OK! 15 min. from Nagoya station by walk. This is coworking space with separate bed room. You can talk to local people in the lounge. Get local information and make friends with them. When I'm there, I can connect you to them.
Two foldable beds are available. If you bring your food, you can cook. Sometimes there are people cooking, and we can share meals. Three people should be OK, two of you would be the best (if you are three of you, one would sleep on a sofa). We can have five of you, but it might be small for you.
7F Floor(rooftop garden) is the place you are staying. ( From May 4th, the place is going to be on 6F) On the way to the stairs, you can find the bathroom and shower room. You can use there anytime.
On 6F, you can use kitchen, PC, and other things. Lonely planet and other books are there, so you can plan what to do next. If you ask us, we can recommend where to go.
Interaction with Guests
There are people especially at night, we talk a lot about culture, where to go and future plans(we are dreamers. lol).
If you are hungry we sometimes go out and eat local foods together. Every 4th weekend, there is a night market, so if the timing is good, we can hang out together.
It is located in the very center of Nagoya. Convenience store is one minute walk, laundry is 7 min walk. Also Nagoya is the best place to stay if you have JR pass and going to travel around Japan because you can go to Tokyo in 1h30min, Osaka 1h, Kyoto 30min. ANA(airline) provides 10,000 yen ticket to everywhere in Japan, so with centrair(Nagoya airport), you can go to Hokkaido, Okinawa within a few hours. Actually some people are using here as a base to go around.
40min. from the airport by train. Nagoya station is the main hub of this city, and you can drop there. 15 min. walk to our building. Another near station is Fushimi(subway).
Other Things to Note
The door of the building is locked after 2am. If you are going out, please memorize the number of the key. It is 2468.
There is a shower room and bath room on the way to the penthouse garden. It is locked and you can open with a card key which is in the bag on the desk of your room. Please take off your shoes if you go in the bath room.
Its a good place to stay.
Im a teen from HK and I decide to ride my bike from Nagoya to Tokyo.
Kazu san agrees me to take my bike into his house and I feel safe.
I will introduce to my friend if they come Nagoya.
I had a great time staying here, Yasu took us out for a Nagoyan style breakfast which was awesome. Great place for meeting open-minded and interesting people.
I really enjoyed staying at Yasuhiro's. The room is simple but sufficient. The real highlight though was the sharebase that he runs. I spent a lot of time in the sharebase, and with Yasuhiro's help with introductions (and some translation :P), I got to meet and chat with many people from vastly different backgrounds. We exchanged culture, shared ideas and project work-in-progress, and it was really inspiring for me. I even got to meet a guy who ended up becoming part of my game development team! Crazy. I believe I've made some friends here, and I will always remember to visit when I can.
Sharebase is an exiting creative space. It was a real privilege to stay somewhere so unique and filled with potential. Yasuhiro is an inspiring, intelligent guy, as are all the other makers there. Regardless of your background, you will come away from Sharebase having learned a lot. It was really something special.
Yasuhiro is an amazing person with lots to share. The place is spacious and clean. Had an enjoyable time meeting him and his group of friends for a great (email hidden)-working space. Place is convenient and easy access to the subway within 10 minutes walk.
Yasuhiro's shared working/hacker space is awesome! Besides him, met some other awesome people there too. The room was very private, clean cozy, and with a nice view!
Would definitely recommend to anyone that want to spend some time in Nagoya, or even get to know Kyoto. It's very easy to get to Nagoya Station and take the shinkansen in the morning, and get back at night (it was what i did)
Very grateful for Yasuhiro, and i wish all success in his many projects!
The place is very nice, a lot of funny and interesting people. I wish I could have stayed a little more. I plan to come back someday.
I'm the owner of Hackerspace Nagoya. I had been in Oklahoma for four years as a student, so I can communicate with English. I have been in Nagoya in other time of life, so I can tell you places only Nagoya people know. In the same building, there is a coworking space, and there many kinds of people, who are interested in Cooking, 3D Printers, Laser Cutters, Virtual Reality, Hydroponics, Movies, Readings, Games and so on. I can introduce somebody who has the same interest if you need.