Property Information

Male Student Dormitory

Dormy Hyakumanben Annexe

Located conveniently, just a five-minute walk to Kyoto University.
Meals are provided on weekdays, Sundays, and holidays.

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  • Structure: Reinforced concrete, one basement floor, five floors above groun
  • Rooms: Western-style rooms: 11.49-13.02 sq m. (7.1-8.0 tatami mats) Capacity: 168

See the floor plan

Facilities & Fixtures

Room Features
  • 机・イス
  • ベッド
  • シューズBOX
  • 洗面化粧台
  • 電気スタンド
  • カーテン
  • クローゼット
  • エアコン
  • 照明器具
  • テレビ端子
  • トイレ(温水洗浄付)
  • 本棚
  • シャワーブース
  • Wi-Fi
  • 電子レンジ
  • 2ドア冷蔵庫
Shared Facilities
  • ダイニングルーム
  • パブリックバス
  • ランドリールーム
  • キッチンコーナー
  • PCコーナー
  • 駐輪場
Shared equipment/facility
  • AED
  • アイロン
  • 掃除機

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How to Find Us

Address
151, Tanaka Oi-cho, Sakyo-ku, Kyoto.
Transport
Approx.6 min walk from Demachiyanagi Station, Keihan Oto Line.
Approx.6 min walk from Demachiyanagi Station, Eizan Railway Main Line.
Approx.2 min walk from City Bus Hyakumanben stop.
Journey time to main train stations
Approx. 20 min to Kyoto Station / 15 min to Imadegawa Station by bus

Long-term Contract Price
(91days or more to 12months)

Room type Type D
Indoor equipment Single room
Initial Cost
(At Contract)
Entrance Fee 45,000 yen
Security Deposit 50,000 yen
Building maintenance fee 3,000 yen
Room Cleaning Charge 47,300 yen
Total const
(at contract)
145,300 yen
Monthly Cost Rent
(Meals included)
79,200 yen
Electric fee 7,150 yen
Internet charge 3,960 yen
  • Contract period should be from 91 days up to a year.
  • Monthly rent + Actual cost (electric and internet bill) will be automatically withdrawn from your account on the 27th of each month.
  • No renewal fee required.
  • In the case of early termination, security deposit will not be refunded.
  • In the case of early termination, you will be charged an additional monthly cost.
  • Monthly cost must be paid even you are away from the dormitory for long term during the contract period.
  • The room cleaning fee is the cost incurred at the time of contract.
  • The deposit will be refunded to your bank account after leaving the dormitory if there is no problem. The transfer fee is your responsibility.
  • Your room will be checked before you leave the dormitory, and there might be an additional room cleaning charge required if we find any damaged or lost items.
  • Tax included.
  • It is necessary to contract with Kansai Electric Power Co.,Ltd. directly.(some dormitories)

Short-term Contract Price
(30days or more but less than 91days)

Room type Type D
Indoor equipment Single room
Initial Cost
(At Contract)
Application fee 5,000 yen
Maintenance fee 3,000 yen
Monthly Cost Rent
(Meals incluuded)
94,200 yen
Internet charge 3,960 yen
Room Cleaning Charge※ 47,300 yen
  • Room Cleaning Charged will be requireed to more than 90 days stay.
  • Contract period should be from 30 days to 90 days.
  • Full oayment of your stay should be made before you move in.
  • In the case of early termination, your payment will not be refunded.
  • No renewal fee required.
  • Electric base fee, electric bill, and bedclothes rental fee are incluuded in the monthly rent.
  • Tax included.

Facilities' hours of availability

See the facilities' hours of availability (PDF)

Surrounding Environment

This is the student street.

Hongo and Komaba are the streets known for the University of Tokyo, while Hyakumanben is the street known for Kyoto University. Hyakumanben has the atmosphere of a student town. The name Hyakumanben is said to come from Chionji Temple, located at the northeast corner of the intersection of the street. It is said that the temple was named after a monk who chanted the Buddhist prayer a million times at the end of the Kamakura period (1185-1333), which caused a plague to subside.
It has been about 130 years since Kyoto University was founded here, and many Doshisha University and Kyoto University of the Arts students now live here. Hyakumanben is an easy-living street with many inexpensive and delicious set-meal restaurants, ramen shops, coffee shops where students can spend time with friends, and unique antiquarian bookstores. The confluence of the Kamo and Takano Rivers, known as the Kamo River Delta, has been used as a filming location for movies and animations. It attracts many young people and families as a spot for relaxation. If you go a little further afield, you will find many places to stroll on weekends and holidays. These places include Shimogamo-jinja Shrine, a World Heritage site famous for its deity of marriage, and the Philosopher’s Path, crowded with many tourists during the cherry blossom season.