Super suitable for large families with children, comfortable for up to 9. Couple of minutes drive to downtown Naha, 20 min walk to Kokusai St. Near to a bakery and convenience store, with free parking and a 5 minute drive, a bus stop that will bring you quickly to Kokusai dori. 15 min walk to Asato Station. Visit the Tsuboya traditional crafts area where you can take pottery classes at Ikutoen. Also perfect for souvenirs such as Shisa, Ryukyu glass and pottery (15 mins by foot).
- Free parking near the apartment
- 2 Single Beds, 4 Futons, 1 Sofa bed
- Kitchen, bathroom (shower, bath, toilet)
- Air conditioner (cold/hot)
- Stove, microwave, refrigerator and washing machine
- Comfortably accommodates up to 7 persons!
I have put stickers in English on remote controls, intercoms and other electrical products so that you won't have any trouble using everything.
~AMENITIES AND EQUIPMENT~
- Hair Dryer
- Free soap, shampoo and toilet paper
- Hand and bath towels
- Electric cooker with utensils
- Tea Kettle
- Washing machine
The whole apartment is free for guest use, including shampoo/rinse, kitchen accessories, plates and other amenities.
Interaction with guests
If you experience any difficulties accessing the facilities during your stay, please do not hesitate to contact me through Airbnb or the contact information provided with your booking confirmation.
Other things to note
Okinawa has a sub-tropical environment and the sun's rays can be quite intense. Please plan accordingly so as not to suffer any unnecessary distress.
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Hi, my name is Tommy and I hope to be your host if you stay with us. A little about myself, I was born and raised in Okinawa, I have 2 children (I have 1 son living and studying in Taiwan) and a wife. I love Okinawa because of the nice sun and beaches, the food is healthy and great, and the people here are very welcoming and nice. I think the island has something for everyone, as Okinawa being Japan it has both cultures of Ryuku (what the islands was historically called) and of Japan, and also has American culture too.
Okinawa has many visitor from Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, other parts of Asia, and recently from the US and Europe. I hope to host your stay, so that you can experience the culture of the Ryuku's and Japan, and also have a great time under the sun.