This listing is great for couples, families, and friends traveling together! become immersed in residential Japan and experience Life in Japan as a local with everything needed for everyday living included (check detailed description for full list of amenities).
Located in the quiet area of Oku, it is our popular apartment due to its simple feel. Near the station, near a convenience store, and more!
We also provide concierge service so please feel free to request for anything in need! :)
We don't mean to impose but please read our house rules and manual :)
1. The apartment will be all yours so please take good care of it.
2. Please be quiet and discreet. Very important to respect your neighbors in Japan as everyone lives close together! Absolutely no partying in the unit. Please enjoy yourself outside and make new friends.
3. Please take off your shoes when you enter.
4. SELF CHECK-IN: For your convenience and privacy this is a self-catering unit. It is your responsibility to find the place. Don't worry because we will give you very detailed and accurate directions in the House Manual. If you want to meet please for check-in please let us know in advance since we have daily schedules. We'd love to meet new people!
5. This is NOT a HOTEL: As such, you cannot ask anyone in the building for assistance. Our team is always available between the hours of 9 AM and 1 AM via Airbnb messaging, Line messaging App and cellphone. Sometimes calls are typically unanswered due to the Japanese culture of answering phones in public. But we usually call back so no worries!
6. BEDS: By booking, you acknowledge the total number of beds and bed sizes. Please read carefully to make sure your party will be comfortable with the available accommodations.
7. CLEANING: The place is professionally cleaned before your arrival. Our standards are very high, but if you have any concerns contact us upon arrival.
8. No Smoking inside the room.- This is very strict, we may bill you if the smoke smell stays in the room. Friendly Warning: Smoking is dangerous to your health! Stay healthy!
9. In Japan it is courtesy for fellow tenants to keep NOISE LEVEL down from 10pm.
10. Please throw away trash in designated plastic bags. One is for plastic bottles and the other is for burnable trash. It is provided in the room.
11. The brochures are for everyone! You can bring it around Tokyo during your stay but please leave it in the room for the next guest!
12. Please don't take home anything from the house! This includes:
You can add us in the app LINE to message us for anything you need or questions about your trip.
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Junichi and Sean have been friends for a long time. We are both fluent in Japanese and English and we all have lived in different countries. We both know about Tokyo: the tourist spots, local spots, transportation, people you want to meet, anything in general that you are looking for. Feel free to contact us at anytime and we will gladly assist you to make your trip to Japan the most valuable experience either first timer or repeaters. Looking forward to hearing from you!
Heeeeey. I am Junichi. I looove drinking. So if you fancy drinking at the local bars of Tokyo, hit me up, I'm your guy! My specialties in hosting are local events, nightlife, rsvp on the biggest clubs and referring my guests to the best bars around town. I am an avid traveler and if you need support on visiting rural areas of Japan and Tokyo let me know!
Hi there! My name is Sean and I am a Japanese American. I was born and raised in Los Angeles, California all my life. After graduating high school, I came to Japan to study at Waseda University, School of International Liberal Arts. I haven't been to many countries but I believe traveling can be done in everyday life simply by taking a road not taken before. Adventure is my hobby and love to explore places I've never been and meet people I've never met. I love playing the drums and ukulele. I have a wide variety in music taste and especially love pop punk. My stay in Japan has been interesting since this is my first time living in a foreign country besides LA, definitely an interesting experience! Feel free to talk to me about anything :)
I live by the motto: you need to be lost in order to be found