Gym • Living room • Music room • Library • Rooftop

Our Story

Since it opened in 2012, Ryozan Park has attracted a stream of attention from media, corporations, and government bodies eager to understand what makes us different: why has our community developed so well?

Why do our members choose to stay connected even after our office or accommodation services are no longer required? I usually explain how we are a compact business run by a close-knit family that lives within the community. I tell how my mother-in-law cooked for the first residents at the share house back in 2012 until they started to prepare food and eat together and that the community has been fortified by marriages and babies resulting from matches in the share house. But there is something else, something hard to put your finger on. I wonder if it’s something about the way we do business.

Each member contributes greatly to the thriving community of both Ryozan Park and the local culture.

Residents come from an array of areas both in Japan and around the world and bring their own unique experiences and perspectives to life in Ryozan Park. Together residents hold monthly meetings, with rotating assignments (chairperson, translator, minute taker, etc). to keep everyone up to date with upcoming events and changes to the house rules. The volunteer committee organizes the annual Christmas party, New Year’s party, field day, and even resident trips around Japan and out of the country. Residents are also encouraged to share their own skills and experiences in the house including workshops, cooking, drinks, dances, etc.



With 41 sunny bedrooms (one girls-only and two co-ed floors), a library, opulent living room, spacious kitchen, well-equipped gym, soundproof music room, event space and rooftop garden, Ryozan Park is not just a house; it’s a home. The high-rate of marriages between residents in our close-knit community has earned it the nickname ryou-en Park – the place for good connections.

Communal spaces are serviced five days a week.
Residents have FREE use of ANNEX co-working space with a one-time ¥5,000 payment for the security card.
Sharehouse residents receive a discounted membership fee for Otsuka CORE & Sugamo GRAND

• Room rental: ¥75,000 – ¥108,000 (4.9m² – 11.4m²) + ¥18,000 utilities
• ¥50,000 deposit
• ¥70,000 key money

Current available rooms (Japanese only)

*All prices include tax



A gorgeous short-stay apartment with access to a gym and shared office, located in a traditional but well-connected corner of the city. Perfect for those looking to discover what real life in Tokyo is all about.

White Terrace is a cosy and bright furnished apartment conveniently located three minutes walk from Tokyo’s main train line. With one double bed and a single sofa bed, it is suitable for a couple or a small family.


In room
Ironing board, coffee maker, WiFi, washing machine, cutlery and crockery, fridge/freezer, cooker, T.V, microwave, bedsheets, towels, and spare bedding.

Please note that White Terrace is a one-room apartment (with bathroom), maximum occupancy 3 people. Beds can be separated by a curtain.

Guests have access to our gym and RYOZAN PARK Annex shared office. For longer stays, bi-monthly cleaning and laundry services are mandatory and charged at ¥5,000.


• 1 night – ¥16,500
• 1 week – ¥104,500
• 2 weeks – ¥198,000
• 3 weeks – ¥225,500
• 4 weeks – ¥253,000

*All prices include tax 

Life After Ryozan Park

RZP is a stepping stone on the path to even more exciting horizons.
Check out stories from some of our ‘graduates’.

Our Locations


A relaxed and well-connected neighbourhood in Northern Tokyo, Sugamo’s highlights include the Jizo Dori shopping arcade, Rikugien, a traditional Japanese garden, the natural hot springs at Sakura Onsen and Tsuta, the world’s first Michelin-starred ramen.

“Home is not where you live but where they understand you.”

Christian Morgenstern
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