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Recent Japan Reviews

GREAT LOCATION AND VERY COMFORTABLE STAY

5 of 5
Our family of 4 (two adults, two kids 5 and 2) stayed in this rental for two weeks in May. It was very spacious, particularly for being in Tokyo, and it had real beds. Everything is on one floor and was great for the kids to be able to spread out and play when we were home. It is in a very nice and convenient residential area and short walk (about 10 minutes, 15 with kids) to the Meguro train station that will take you almost anywhere you need to go. I speak Japanese so could make my own arrangements but the Itoh's speak perfect English and could answer any questions you might have. We had a great stay there and are so glad that we chose this property!
  • Submitted: Jul 17, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014

GREAT LOCATION AND WONDERFUL HOUSE

5 of 5
We have stayed various hotels and rental houses in Kyoto every year, but this house is the best place we stayed by far. * Clean - The house has remodeled recently, so all appliances are new and clean look. * Space - You don't expect "spacious" in Japan. This house has living, kitchen, and bathroom on the first floor and bedroom on the second floor. It is not LARGE house, but you feel it is. It is amazing you find EVERYTHING you need in this house (sink, stove, freg, fancy toilet, bath tab, washing machine, etc.) * Great courtyard - There is a small balcony area with Japanese garden. It was nice to step outside without neighbor's eyes... We sat and had morning coffee. Very peaceful. * Location, Location, Location - It is located several blocks away from Shijo and a couple blocks away from Kamo-river. 5 minutes to subway station... so many things to do in your walking distance. I will definitely come back and stay at this house every year if I can!!
  • Submitted: Jul 11, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014

GREAT AUTHENTIC KYOTO EXPERIENCE!

5 of 5
My wife and I stayed at Apple House in May for a few days on a trip to South Korea and Japan from BC, Canada--the experience was great and we would return without hesitation. The house is an authentic Japanese town house, not in a preserved Edo-era way, but in the way everyday Japanese people live now. The owner/operator, Hiroko, is delightful and met us at the Metro Station and dropped us back off when we leaving; she was very prompt and helpful in all our transactions from start to finish and made the stay practically stress free. Hiroko's English is virtually flawless and communication was easy and straightforward. The house is relatively small by western standards, but is more than large enough in reality and very comfortable. The futons are very restful and I slept better the first night we there than I have for a long time! The house is fully equipped and Hiroko does a great job of explaining the idiosyncrasies of Japanese household life and there was no problem cooking, doing laundry, and so on. The bus stop to downtown and other points is a few minutes walk, and once you figure out the easy walk, it is straightforward to get to. The buses are punctual, frequent and clean--most trips from Apple House are around $3 or slightly less, although there is a cheap transit pass that we didn't really figure out until the last day, but would be worth buying at the beginning of a trip. There are stores for all the essentials (and more) around the train station and is about a 12 minute walk from the house; and there a few cafes and restaurants in proximity to the station. The station is also convenient for a day trip to Mount Kurama to the NW of Kyoto which is definitely worth the effort. We didn't get to use the bicycles this time, so maybe next time... My only caveat is that I would caution visitors who have mobility issues that the stairs to the bedrooms are quite steep and the chairs in the living/TV area require you to sit at ground level, which may not work for everyone. Overall. however, I have no hesitation in recommending Apple House to anyone who wants to experience the 'real' Japan for a reasonable price!
  • Submitted: Jul 6, 2014
  • Stayed: May 2014