Your own apartment with sleeping loft in central Tokyo. It has most things, and portable Wifi. Easy access to both Shibuya, Harajuku and Yokohama. 4 min to the train-station. Nearby there is a big park, a temple and Tokyo's longest shopping street.
This could be your home away from home. It's a place to rest while traveling, take day tours around intense Tokyo and come back home to rest and relax. For maximum 3 persons.
Room 108, includes:
You will have access to your own living space, an apartment that has:
Free WiFi (portable WiFi router available)
Bath-tub & shower, With Body Soap, Shampoo, Conditioner.
Gas-stove, microwave, fridge, cutlery, electric kettle, antibacterial hand-soap.
Bed-sofa, TV, AC, small travel-library with books, guides and brochures.
2 Beds, one set of clean bed-linen and towels per person.
Rental Bicycle (1000yen/bike and booking-period. (limited availability)
Washing machine, with Detergent & Softener.
Iron & Iron-board.
Spacious wardrobe with for storing luggage.
Interaction with guests
Our real-estate company is located in the same area so if in need we are always close by.
Other things to note
The apartment is perfect for 2 people, but has a sofa-bed if 3 would like to stay. We do not accept more than 3 people in this apartment.
There are spare sheets, but if you want to change more times please was them. Washing machine, detergent and softener provided.
There are a few really good bars for drinking, open really late, smoking allowed, and there is no rule against drinking outdoors in Japan, so if the weather is nice, visit the park or take a walk while enjoying a beer or two.
Some rules for making you stay as pleasant as possible.
Please take off your shoes inside the room.
When you leaving the apartment at anytime please turn off the AC unit, lights, and lock the windows and door.
Don't disturb your neighbors.
No loud noise before 9am and after 10pm.
No kids under 6 years.
Please keep the room clean and leave the apartment as you found it.
If the key for the flat is lost or stolen, we will need to charge a US$100 replacement fee to change the lock.
Thank you for your reading the rules, if any questions please feel free to ask us!
Hi, I'm Jack!
I moved to Japan from Sweden about 7 years ago, living here with my wife and family. We have a real estate company that has been renting out apartments for more than 50 years.
I speak English, Japanese and Swedish.
Back in the days I studied tourism and to be guide, but ended up working with more linguistic related jobs.
I love reading novels, traveling and gardening. When away traveling I like to see the real side of the area, not much for super touristy things, rather eating and living as most people of the country do.
As a host, I do what I can to support your visit, with plenty of suggestions and ideas for a pleasant stay.