About this listing
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. (website hidden)
4 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.
Back of the room on 6F is the place you are staying. 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.
To go to the shower room, you have to walk across the lounge. There are some people. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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.
This is the river view from the room. The bridge is 100 years old. It is said that Kabuki actors come up this river by boad in the past. A houseboat is available (we don't provide but can tell you the company)
Really cool & central place to stay. Yasu was a helpful and friendly host.
Great place with great company. It is a workshare place, so the living/common area is one where you can expect to converse with some of the coolest people in Nagoya. Yasu is very accommodating and is a very very good host. :)
This is truly an excellent place to stay. The room is very spacious and comfortable, and it's located in a convenient part of town. We only stayed for one night, but would definitely stay there again if I return to Nagoya.
Yasu was great. It was easy to find, short walk from Nagoya Station. Clean room with a refrigerator.
Yasu is a awesome guy who runs his own co-op next to the Airbnb listing. The space is huge and has a great view of the river and the city skyline from the roof. Lots of cool people use the Sharebase and they're always willing to chat.
The place was pretty cozy and had air conditioning which is a plus! The shower was also very nice and we really enjoyed the outdoor roof deck. We hoped to find more English speakers at the place, but most of the people we interacted with didn't speak any English. The location was very convenient since it was close to the Nagoya Station and was in an area where there were plenty to do to enjoy city life. Had great communication with the host! Thank you for letting us stay at Sharebase!
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About the Host, Sharebase
Out place is originally a coworking space sharing with many kinds of people, like programers, creators, cooks, and many others. If you have some interests to share, please let us know. Maybe we can invite someone who share the same interests.
Yasu : I had been in Oklahoma for four years as a student, so I can communicate with English. My job is directing events and creatives.
Recently I'm working on Virtual Reality contents like Oculus Rift, and 3D Printers.
Yui：I have been in London for a while. A make up artist, and like to go out to eat. I know many places even Nagoya people don't know.