Frequently Asked QuestionsThose are common inquiries & questions from our international customers. If you need assistance at the time of move-in or during your stay, please refer to the following.

videocamVideo regarding Common Courtesy

This video introduces common courtesies in Japanese society. Please be sure to check it before moving in so that you can avoid any troubles with your neighbors.


Apartment Use Service Guide

Our Service Guide explains important reminders, such as how to use the room facilities and how to cancel the contract etc. If you need any assistance, please refer to our Service Guide first of all.


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Consultations on daily life

About watering work at the time of moving in (Hokkaido)
Before moving in, water drainage of each water pipe is done to prevent freezing. Please do the water flow work by the following procedure. more
Equipment and handling instructions
how to use equipment and handling instructions more
Precautions when using an apartment
Please refer to the following. more
Outside of draining work (unti-freezing plug)
Please refer to the following. more
I do not know the location of the garbage collection point. What shoul I do?
The place of the garbage collect pointed on the information board (bulletin board) of the property, please confirm. more
I want to throw cardboard, what shoul I do?
Most cardboard boxes are treated as "recycle trash". more
Is there a cleaning service in the room?
As a paid service, we offer "cleaning service" by cleaning item. more
The mail item has been stolen. What should I do?
In case of damage to the theft of the mail, please immediately report the theft to the police. (police station) more



For those who are currently living in Leopalace apartment, please use the following form to send us the inquiries about your daily life.

Inquiry form

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