|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
We have a vacation home in Taito-ku in Tokyo.
It is a studio type.
Maximum 4 people. Accommodations of four people or less.
We have 2 double beds, 1 shower room, kitchen, 1 toilet(western type), 1 sofa and table.
And there are an air conditioner, Cable TV, DVD, microwave, rice cooker, hair dryer, vacuum-cleaner, laptop, washing machine with dryer and laundry detergent.
Our room is over 35sqm (377 sqf) and ideal for family.
It is in the basement but there is a fix window to let in the sunshine.
It is a place that is perfect for strolling in Tokyo. It is convenient for transport. You can go to Asakusa in 2 minutes, Akihabara in 3 minutes by Tsukuba Express Line and go to Ginza in 13minutes, Shibuya in 29 minutes by Subway Ginza Line. You can also go to Akihabara in 25 minutes, Ueno Park in 20 minutes and Asakusa in 30 minutes on foot.
We have five “5115 Clean and Comfortable rooms” in Tokyo.
The 1st is in Ueno no.448091, the 2nd is in Akihabara no.862590, the 3rd is in Nihonbashi no.1018550, the 4th is close to Ueno Park no.862674, the 5th is in Tsukishima no.1046719.
Please check it!!
Enjoy life in Tokyo!
My husband and I stayed in this unit in Tokyo for around 5 nights in September 2011. We had planned to go to another location for 1 night but due to land slides, were unable to get to our planned accommodation. Without anywhere to spend the night, we contacted Ayako who was beyond accommodating in letting us stay an extra night at virtually no notice. Admittedly, we got a little lost figuring out which street to turn down to find the apartment but with the help of some friendly businessmen we spotted the hair dressers on the corner followed closely by the ever so convenient vending machine across the street.
Ayako arrived right on time to let us in and took us through all the important things about the unit. She has a fantastic guide on how to use all the electrical appliances and I was particularly amused with the fancy shower contraption. There is everything you can possibly need, we particularly liked having the washer/dryer handy. We didn't use much of the cooking gear as we always ate out (who wouldn't in Japan!) but the kitchen looked well stocked with everything you could need. The laptop with internet access was a huge bonus making it very easy to plan all the train rides and venues for each day's adventures.
When we first walked in we were very impressed. This may be a studio but it doesn't feel like it at all - it is so spacious! It was just the two of us but with the two double/queen beds you could easily sleep 4 without feeling really overcrowded.
The apartment isn't far to the JR loop line and is even closer to one of the local lines which admittedly we didn't use (having a JR pass). Right under the station there is a huge market-like shopping area which can definitely keep you amused. My particular favourite was a permanent stall right under the JR tracks selling bite sized crepes. I stopped in every day on the way home to get my fill for dessert and admittedly breakfast!
We could go on and on about the apartment but what made our stay particularly brilliant was Ayako! She helped me in planning the trip, which was a surprise present for my husband, even assisting in purchasing tickets that were only available on Japanese websites. From the welcome note to the little gifts she had left, everything was perfect. To me this support and friendly welcome is a priceless bonus you cannot get in a hotel.
We will certainly stay again when visiting Tokyo.
Thanks Ayako, we look forward to seeing you again!
We have a vacation home in Taito-ku in Tokyo. It is a place that is perfect for strolling in Tokyo. It is convenient for transport. You can go to Asakusa in 2 minutes, Akihabara in 3 minutes by Tsukuba Express Line and go to Ginza in 13minutes, Shibuya in 29 minutes by Subway Ginza Line. You can also go to Akihabara in 25 minutes, Ueno Park in 20 minutes and Asakusa in 30 minutes on foot. Our room is close to Asakusa and Ameyoko. One of the few places that retains the old flavour of Edo is Asakusa. I recommend visiting the Kaminari-mon, or taking a stroll through the quiet back ways of the town. A little to the north in Ueno's Ameyoko, just listening to the hawkers and spruckers you can get a feel for the colourful, lively haggling that used to be the hallmark of the district.
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May 22 - Dec 19
night : $130,
weekly (7 nights) : $810
Cleaning fee : $140
*Extra bed fee :$30/ night, $200/week (For 5 guests)
Cleaning fee - $170 (For 5 guests )
I would like to receive the half of payment by Paypal as a deposit within 4days and receive the rest of payment by one month before you will stay.
Cancellations or changes that are made prior to check in date.
* Before 60 days - 90% refund,
* Before 30 days - 50% refund,
* Less than 30 days - No refund.