If you’re planning to study at the KCP International Japanese Language School in Tokyo, Japan, you might be curious about our Ikebukuro dorm and its surrounding area. Jessica Dales, one of our Fall term students from affiliate school Elizabethtown College, gives us an insider’s view through her photos and descriptions.
A room in the Ikebukuro Dorm with a nice open window, bed, and desk. In a single, the upper bed makes great storage space for your luggage, books, and other items. | KCP Flickr
Ikebukuro Dorm kitchen.
Here you can cook, store food, and do dishes with ease.
| KCP Flickr
Ikebukuro dorm bathroom. | KCP Flickr
While walking around Ikebukuro, you might see these random giraffe and zebra structures coming out of a building. | KCP Flickr
Sign at Ikebukuro Train Station. It asks guests to please be courteous to the other passengers. This one is basically saying “don’t put make-up on the train.” | KCP Flickr
Christmastime in Ikebukuro. You can gaze at this giant Christmas tree
in front of Rikkyou University. | KCP Flickr