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3BR HR with PG  Gazebo

Family Housing (FH) in Yokosuka and Ikego consists of 2,516 housing units. FH includes town houses and high rise apartments. There are no basements or attics in family housing. All command sponsored family members are eligible for FH.

On base FH units are furnished with all the major household appliances (i.e. refrigerator, electric range/stove, clothes washer/dryer and dishwasher).



Within 3 business days of your arrival, please check in to the Yokosuka Housing Office (Bldg. 1441) next to the Navy Lodge to sign up for our Housing Welcome Brief.  The brief is held at 0900 (check-in by 0830), Monday through Friday.  The space is limited for the brief, therefore sign-up in advance is highly recommended.

For Housing application, please provide the following documents:

  • Housing Application form (DD Form 1746)
  • PCS orders (full pages with command check-in stamp)
  • Family Entry Approval


Once you check-in to your command, please be sure to make copies of your PCS orders with command check-in stamp and Family Entry Approval for submission.



All newly arriving eligible personnel will be provided a list of available units (if any) in their respective category and bedroom requirement.  Selection of a unit must be made from the list provided no later than 1500 on the second business day after receiving the list.  If no selection is made, the first available unit shall be assigned.  If no units are available in the respective category, applicants will be placed on a waiting list and referred to off-base housing. 

If your family members are arriving at a later date, MFH assignment can be made 30 days prior to their arrival - their flight itinerary will be a supporting document.  Other supporting documentation may be required as needed for verification purpose.



Ikego Hills

Ikego Hills is set in a forested area in the seaside resort town of Zushi.  Ikego has Club Takemiya (all hands club), campgrounds, paintball, Mini Navy Exchange, pool, Child Development Center, Elementary School (grades K-5), and other recreational areas are also available.  Home-to-work shuttle buses (no fee) run from Ikego to Yokosuka in the morning and return in the evening, and following extra-curricular events at the high School.  Ikego can be reached in 20 minutes in moderate traffic by surface roads.  There is a designated pedestrain gate connected from the base to local train station, Jinmuji Station, which gives you access to Yokohama (30 mins train ride). 


Ikego Tour - Please click the poster on the right to enlarge.




Dogs are only permitted in single-family/townhouses, and units up to the 3rd floor of housing towers. They are NOT permitted in tower elevators for any reason or on any other floor above the 3rd. Members are permitted to have no more than two pets in their assigned unit (e.g., two cats; one cat and one dog), cats are permitted in all housing units. All pets must be registered with the Yokosuka Veterinary Services Office, have up-to-date vaccinations, and be micro-chipped for identification at all times. Pet cats must be spayed or neutered. Documentation certifying registration, vaccinations, spaying or neutering will be submitted to the Housing Office (HO) upon assignment. Failure to submit the required documents may result in loss of pet privileges in FH.

Note: Depending on the size or breed of the dog, finding off-base housing may be difficult.

For more information, contact Yokosuka Veterinary Service Branch.


Yokosuka / Ikego

2 Bedroom High-rises for both enlisted and officers (Yokosuka only)

3 Bedroom High-rises for both enlisted and officers

2 Bedroom Townhouses for enlisted (Yokosuka only)

3 Bedroom Townhouses for both enlisted and officers

4 Bedroom Townhouses for both enlisted and officers

Typical Senior Officer Quarter 

Note: There are slight differences in size and layout depending on the location. 

Bringing large / heavy furniture is not recommended. On or Off-Base housing may not be large enough to accommodate.

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