|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
This space is located a 7 minute stroll west of West of Shibuya Station.
The space itself is 28 meters with a 7 meter balcony. It can have 3 double beds--3 full double beds. Perfect for friends or couples or a young family or for groups of 6 if you want. The space is stylishly furnished with the latest furniture, comfortable, clean and with free mobile Wi-Fi to help you navigate your adventure.
This is a medium to large size (by Tokyo standards) apartment, only a 5 minute walk from the airport bus and 8 minutes to Shibuya Station right down the street. The famous 109 shopping center is right down the street, along with all the other establishments that make the area distinctly Shibuya.
-A comprehensive travel-info-package will be made upon booking.
-Including a cheap private airport taxi option--My guy will pick you up at the airport and take you directly to the space from Narita--13000 yen or Haneda--10000
-a series of videos both of the space itself and the walk from the station.
- Clean linens and towels
- Free Mobile WIFI (roam around Tokyo with internet in your pocket)
- air conditioning
- hair dryer, clothes iron (on request)
- full kitchen
The apartment is in business/residential building with reinforced concrete and is safe from earthquakes and other disasters. Japan is extremely safe, so I can nearly guarantee you will experience no problems with safety.
-Shibuya 8 min walk to the station for trains or buses. Taxis on every corner near the apartment. (Best shopping, restaurants, clubs, etc.)
-Harajuku 2 min train or 15min walk (A must see for Japanese culture, alternative shopping and people. Next to Yoyogi Park)
-Shinjuku 6 min train (Busiest station in the world)
-Roppongi 10 min train (Night life near Tokyo Tower)
-Ikebukuro 25 min train (Shopping)
-Akihabara 27 min train (Electronic and Anime Central)
--Recommendations or Guidance--
I have lived in Tokyo for almost 20 years and can help recommend what sights to see in Tokyo.
I have bikes available for 1000 yen per day--ask me about them
Many banks do not accept international credit cards in Japan. You will either need to use Citibank, a 711 or the Japan Postal Service ATM s. These are all located near the space.
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.