Our balcony with View Liberty Cove House

it is great to start a day with this view with your coffee!

LCH Balcony

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Liberty Cove House – Kitchen

We have a wide variety of kitchen layouts.


If you have an experience living in Japan before, you could see big deference. Our apartment kitchen has bigger space and some of our apartment have dishwasher and oven as well.


We provide English translated user guide for each apartment. If you have problem to use appliance, our concierge guide you anytime.



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Hina-dolls are displayed at Liberty Cove House Entrance Hall

We display the Hina-doll at Liberty Cove House entrance hall.

This Hina-doll is for “Hina-matsuri (the Doll’s Festival)” which is held on March 3rd.
It’s also called “the Girl’s Festival” because it’s to wish for girl’s growth and happiness. It’s also known as “Momo no Sekku (the Peach Festival)”
People display a set of calls in beautiful ancient court costume of the Heian era on a tier of 5 or 7 shelves.
A set includes dairy-bina (the Emperor and Empress), three kanjo (court ladies), five court musicians, two ministers, and three servants.
It was believed that the dolls protected people from sickness or ill-fortune. Girls invite their friends and have shirozake (sweet, mild rice wine). hina-arare (sweet rice crackers), and hishimochi (diamond-shaped rice cakes)
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FAQ 2 – Liberty Cove House

Q1. If tenants need to fill the air into their bike tire, what can they do?

Answer - We have a bike air pump for our residents. If you need pump up your bike tire, please come to concierge desk.

Q2. Can tenants make overseas phone call from their apartment?

Answer - Yes, they can.The phone company set up different price for different countries. To call United States, it will be about 10 to 15 yen depending on time.If you need to know other countries, our concierge desk will provide the price for you.

telephone  air pump


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FAQ 1 – Liberty Cove House

Frequently-asked question

Q1.  Where is the closest ATM machine?

Answer - For withdrawing cash, the closest ATM machine is at 7 Eleven.It is about 7 mins walk from our facility. Our concierge tell you the direction. For just payment, Newdays which is located at Yokosuka station is the closest.

Q2. How long does it take to get to Narita International Airport?

Answer - There is a direct line from Yokosuka station. It takes about 3 hours – no transfer. If you purchase the Green cars ticket , it is more comfortable to take a trip to Narita Airport. It feature more comfortable seats and a drink and snack service.

Q3. How long does it take to get to Haneda International Airport.

Answer - From Shioiri station to Haneda International Airpot, it takes an hour and 15 mins. You have to transfer at Kanazawa Hakkei. From Yokosuka-Chuo station, it takes less than an hour and also you have to transfer at Keikyu-Kamata.

Yokosuka line Liberty Cove House

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Concierge service at Liberty Cove House

Our concierge is available to accommodate tenants 24/7 with any needs. The desk opens between 5 am and 11pm everyday. Even if you need any assistant after open desk hours, you can buzz at the office door or call from your apartment.

We support your life in Japan!


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We have available apartments!

We have available apartments for TDY and people PCSing need temporary housing  now!

We have a variety of Renting / Stay plans which would meet your life style and budget! For more details, please e-mail us at reservations@liberty-cove-house.com

LCH Living 1 LCH Balcony LCH Living Room 4

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Happy New Year 2022!

Happy New Year 2022

We wish you health, happiness and prosperity!


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Merry Christmas from Liberty Cove House

We thank you for your big support for Liberty Cove House. May the holiday spirit be with you and your family today and throughout the New Year.


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Oseibo – Japanese traditional Christmas type present

In Japan, it’s customary to give gifts periodically to people such as co-workers, bosses, relatives, teachers, friends, and so on. These gifts are given to express gratitude. The end of year gifts are called oseibo and the midsummer gifts are ochugen. Department stores display many types and sets of oeibo/ochugen gifts at the end of the year and in midsummer.

If you go to big department store, you see lots Japanese people are buying special these gifts.


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