Group home “Second home”

Welcome to Medihome’s first group home. Our group home is located near Heiwadai Station and is dedicated to providing a nurturing environment for individuals who need a supportive living space.

At our group home, diversity is a core value of our philosophy of care. Our staff come from a variety of backgrounds and provide each resident with the understanding, respect and personalized support they deserve. Our hope is that the group home will be a healing place for those on their journey back into society.

The facility consists of two units. Unit A offers 5 comfortable rooms. Unit B unit has three rooms.

We believe that a balanced diet is essential to the overall health and well-being of our residents. That’s why Medihome prepares nutritious meals on-site.

We invite you to experience a Medihome group home where diversity and compassion create a warm and supportive living environment.

What is “Second home”(community living support)?

We provide a specialized living space under the watchful eye of medical and welfare staff 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. We plan support with an emphasis on the characteristics (individuality) of each individual.

Who can use a group home?

This service is for people with mental disabilities, people who are withdrawn from society, people who do not attend school, etc., to help them live their lives in their own way. Nationality does not matter as long as you live in Japan. (Japanese/English available)

Support system

Support staff (caretakers) are available 365 days a year, nights and holidays.

  • Lifestyle consultation, work, and employment support available.
  • In addition to nursing care and medical treatment, nurses also provide mental health support.
  • Health management. (vital checks, monitoring of medication intake, accompanying hospital visits if necessary)
  • Homemade meals are provided (breakfast and dinner), and lunch is also provided on weekends and holidays.

Second home information

Heiwadai A (stay type)

The concept is a marine style interior.
This is a group home where you can spend as much time as you like in a bright and open space.

Single room: 4.5 to 6 tatami mats,
all rooms equipped with air conditioning.

平和台A(滞在型)のリビング
平和台A(滞在型)のリビング
平和台A(滞在型)の職員事務所兼相談室
Housing typeapartment
Capacity3 people
AmenitiesAll rooms have air conditioning, WiFi, drum-type washing machine with dryer,
warm water bidet toilet seat, refrigerator, and microwave oven.
Address7-2-12 Kitamachi, Nerima-ku, Tokyo
RentFrom 25,000 yen
*Public subsidies may be available
Food expenses400 yen per meal
Living maintenance expenses, etc.Utility expenses: 15,000 yen
Daily necessities expenses: 3,000 yen
*A separate fee will be charged for users of disability welfare services.
Access7 minutes walk from Heiwadai Station on the Yurakucho Line/Fukutoshin Line

Heiwadai B (staying type)

The concept is an interior that uses plenty of plants and greenery. Live a calm life in a botanical space.
You can also enjoy a mini vegetable garden on your balcony!

Single room: 4.5 to 6 tatami mats,
all rooms equipped with air conditioning.

平和台B(滞在型)のリビング
平和台B(滞在型)の個室
平和台B(滞在型)の個室。洋室、和室と選べます。
Housing typeapartment
Capacity5 people
AmenitiesAll rooms have air conditioning, WiFi, drum-type washing machine with dryer,
refrigerator, microwave oven.
Address7-2-12 Kitamachi, Nerima-ku, Tokyo
RentFrom 25,000 yen
*Public subsidies may be available
Food expenses400 yen per meal
Living maintenance expenses, etc.Utility expenses: 15,000 yen
Daily necessities expenses: 3,000 yen
*A separate fee will be charged for users of disability welfare services.
Access7 minutes walk from Heiwadai Station on the Yurakucho Line/Fukutoshin Line

Please feel free to contact us.
first to see if we can discuss and resolve your issue.

Daily group home life

This is an example of people spend their days at “second home”.

Weekday

Holiday

※休日にはイベントの企画もあり、希望者は参加できます

Steps to moving into a group home

Inquiry

Please feel free to contact us. If you are unsure whether you can use a group home, that’s okay! We can figure it out together.

Group home tour

Let’s actually look at the environment and atmosphere where you are considering living and imagine what it would be like to live in your “second home”.

Interview/trial move-in

You can try the experience it by staying a few nights and seeing if you can live there without any problems.

Usage contract/move-in

Once the contract and various applications are completed, you can start living in “second home”.

About disability welfare service recipient ID

To use a group home for people with disabilities,
a disability welfare service recipient ID is required.

If you do not have a disability welfare service recipient ID and would like to move into a group home,
please feel free to contact us.
We will help you apply and obtain it.

Please feel free to contact us.
first to see if we can discuss and resolve your issue.