＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ 運営側より（青字部分） 2018年10月より入居したKobaken. 「どうしてLOCALIFEを選んだのか」という記事を書いてくれるというので依頼させてもらいました。 以前かなりのPV数があった自身のBlogを書いていた経験があると言う彼。さすが！よくネットで読む記事風にまとまっております！ 一つひとつの選択をよく考えてするタイプの彼は何を考え、入居に至ったのでしょうか！入居前から執筆時入居後3ヶ月目になる彼の視点でLOCALIFEをご紹介いただいています ＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝＝ こんにちわ^^ 10月頭から溝の口のローカライフに住み始めた小林と申します。 フランスに1年住んでて今年(2018年)の7月末に帰国し、外国人と交流、英語を話すきっかけになるシェアハウスを探してました。 ネットで検索すると、すげーいっぱい出ますよね。…
I moved into LOCALIFE in May 2017, I had visited once in 2015 and I remembered such a nice and cozy atmosphere that I wanted to live here.
After 3 months unexpectedly I needed to go back to Italy, but my time at LOCALIFE was the best! Otsu, a share mate at the house, and I had lived together in another sharehouse so we already knew each other.
David, Mano, Tatsuki, Mick, and Saho I didn’t know before but they are such nice people it was very easy to make an instant connection. We always cooked great food and had interesting conversations about Japan and Europe and the future. We became obsessed with watching tv series and talking about life. They are now my precious friends and I hope to see them many times again in the future.
It was also really nice getting to meet many travellers from all over the world and share experiences and knowledge. I could meet very nice couch-surfers like:
– Malvin from Switzerland, who travelled all of Japan from Okinawa to Hokkaido in 3 months.
– Sarah and Remi from France who have been travelling all over the world for one year.
– Zeno, who has been travelling Japan to learn about Japanese food and his girlfriend Anne- Charlotte.
– Bruno who is a German chef who is travelling all south-east Asia to learn all about it’s cuisine.
…And many more.
It is great being able to share the knowledge of a place you love (in this case for me Japan) with people who are visiting and maybe seeing it for the first time.
As I lived in Localife, we organised a lot of fun activities like cruising on the Sumida river…!
Wakeboarding in Arakawa river…!
Nagashi soumen on the terrace!
A Sake Tasting Event with Italian food and it was really fun.
I will miss localife, my awesome flatmates and the possibility to meet new travellers every week! After this experience I think I might continue hosting couch-surfers in Italy too.
This article was written by Gio from Italy as she moved out.