Located 3 min walk from Kuramae Sta.
Walk to Asakusa in min!
This charming family sized apartment has bedrooms, living room, which is also a sleeping area, 1 bath and kitchen.
FREE Pocket Wifi!
Perfect for traveling groups and families!
This house is a three story house, with a living room/kitchen area on the first floor.
It is in a classic Showa-era styling, and has very nostalgic styling for Japanese people of the older generation.
If you want a truly Japanese experience, this is definitely the place!
The second floor has two tatami rooms, while the third floor also features a tatami room.
Each room can sleep a total of 2 people in each room for a total of 6 people.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Generally everything is accessible.
However, please be respectful of the organization of sheets, towels and other items in the house.
Atención a los huéspedes
Myself or my partner Rob would be happy to meet up with you at anytime when our schedules match yours!
And of course if you have an emergency or need anything at all, don't hesitate to ask!
Please take off your shoes before entering the house.
Do observe the rules concerning garbage, and be sure to separate them accordingly.
Please do not smoke in the house.
Finally, I understand that you are on vacation, and I love a good party just as much as the next Edo-guy! However, please think of your neighbors and try to keep the noise levels down after 9 pm.
Welcome to Japan!
My name is Koji!
And I've living in Tokyo forever ... at least it feels that way!
However I used to live in New York for several years, and love traveling.
My day job involves trading Tuna in the fish market at Tsukiji, so if you ever want info on the market, I'm the guy to ask!
My interests run a wide gamut, and I'll talk about anything - I love learning about new things in general.
I have a particular interest in martial arts and practice Jiu-jitsu.
I also love good food and company so if you're ever unsure about the best places to dine, interesting places to see, best hiking spots that aren't mainstream, simply ask!
I hope everyone that comes to Japan comes away with a positive and unique experience!