出身-birthplace-:France  職業-occupation-:Bakery assistant, English and French Teache

ーWhat do you do in Japan?

I am here for one year with a working holiday visa, and have three different jobs. I am working too much. I am happy.

ーWhy did you move into SHN?

When I first arrived in Japan, I was living alone. I was so exhausted after a workday, that the first three months passed away so fast, and I realized that I didn’t meet anybody. Then I moved in a share house.

ーWhat are good points of the house?

- Eating, watching TV, birthday partying, playing and getting out together.
- There is always someone to cheer you up and make you smile.
- Even worst days used to turn into good when somebody is waiting you at home.
- SHN staff is always there in a second when you need something, and they organize a lot of parties and events to make sure you enjoy your time as much as possible.

ーWhat is your best memory in SHN?

- Our birthdays parties, and tramp games with wasabi sushi!

ーMessage to the new coming SHN friends, please.

If you have always wanted to understood how to cook ramen, yakisoba, okonomiyaki or rice balls. If you want somebody to advice you about next morning weather to not forget your umbrella for the 15th time. If you would like to learn vocabulary you will never find in a language school or a book. If you have always dreamt to say “Tadaima” when going home, and hear a “Okaeri” back.
Then come and enjoy SHN share house life!
Living in a SHN share house is probably the best way to enjoy your time in Nagoya. Japanese people are the best roomates I could have ever dreamt of. The memories you will take home will probably be written with indelible ink in your head for years.
Have fun !