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    With facilities in Toride, Ibaraki, Yokohama, Kanagawa, and Kitasenju and Adachi, Tokyo University of the Arts or Geidai is one of the most prestigious art schools in Japan. This academic institution is located in Ueno Park with two halls of residence in Adachi, Tokyo, and the other in Matsudo, Chiba. The accommodation to these halls is purely based on first come first serve basis and, therefore,  students resort to other options with one being purpose-built student accommodations (PBSAs). The graduate school was founded in 1963 and was initially offering the Master’s degree programs only to be extended further to offer doctoral degrees as well. It thereby moved further in enhancing its level of education and research. The university opened its new campus Ibaraki Prefecture in Toride City in addition to its Ueno campus. 

    Student Accommodations near University 
    There are student accommodations in Tokyo that are built on the concept of being student-friendly offering the highest of living standards and are called purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA), delivering on its mission of providing a home for every student. With just 30-minutes of travel by public transport from affordable living spaces, students can head to their study campus in Tokyo University of the Arts. All accommodations have great transport connectivity and are also a viable option for those enrolled in other universities in Tokyo as well. 

    The types of student accommodations near University
    There are two or more bedroom apartments available for dual occupancy also having studios that are ideal if shared by two people provided they are both students. The accommodations have a fully-equipped kitchen which can be shared by fellow residents to swap recipes and enjoy their meals together. There are ample storage options available in the apartments that usually have rooms for single and double occupancy. The onsite amenities include laundry facility, bike storage, secure parking area, CCTV, and secure door entry, to name a few. 

    When to Look for Student Accommodations
    Students can look for accommodation just after receiving a confirmed enrollment offer from the Tokyo University of the Arts. Students can book for their accommodations online through University living, global student housing partner offering 100% verified and curated properties. 

    The Location of the Student Accommodations
    With affordable student accommodations available for students, Katsushika-ku Shiratori region is just 30-minutes away from the Tokyo University of the Arts by public transportation. The area is well-connected by excellent public transport with the Ohanajaya station just a 9-minutes’ walk away. The nearest bus stop is just a 3-minutes’ walk away from the accommodation so you can explore the city on a budget. The international students will be glad to know that  Haneda International Airport is just a 35-minutes’ drive from the accommodation. 

    How Close are the Accommodations 
    The student accommodations in Tokyo near the study campuses of the Campus of  Tokyo University of the Arts are easily accessible by bikes and other means of public transport in the city. Public transport is also available for students residing a little farther from the close by accommodations, so commuting to university campuses is not that difficult or time consuming.   Most of the economical living spaces and PBSAs are located within close proximity to ensure economical travel. Even exploring the city of Tokyo and its outskirts becomes a breeze.