À propos de ce logement
This apartment is not the accommodations like as hotels and guest house, but a short-term lease apartment .
This room is in the calm residential area near Kamo river and Kamigamo-shrine. It is a cultured student town.There is a small bathroom and kitchen. It is very convenient for long-term stay. There are 2 free bikes by which you can go around Kyoto.
A long-term resident lives in this room and is going to leave the end of March. This is why a photograph does not yet come out.
This room is a similar room below listing.
The room is about 16 square meters(include room, kitchenette, bathroom and toilet), it is a typical studio room size for single person, but stay in a couple is possible.
Accès des voyageurs
You can use a kitchenette,a bathroom, a refrigerator and a microwave in self-contained apartmentBath room is small, but there is a bathtub and a shower, a toilet is separated.
Though there is no beds, futon and mattress is very comfortable and arrangeable for you.
Air conditioning are equipped.
Two bicycles are available free!
A washing machine will be in common space. It is free of charge.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
When you check in, I or my staff can go to the bus stop(OmiyaTajiricho or OmiyaDaimoncho) to see you on foot. If you want, we can guide around my house at this time.
As my apartments are self-contained and I don't live here, I seldom have the chance to talk with my guests. However guests can easily contact me via email.
If you stay more than 2 weeks, I can go for a walk and to supper with you. But let's split the bill please! If you want, please invite me as I don't invite you.
Please tell me what time you arrive at my apartment no later than 3 days before your arrival. (I understand nobody knows how long it takes by immigration,bus,taxi and so on. So you can reschedule. But you had better contact me as soon as possible. Because if I have business another place, I cannot go to my apartment immediately.)
You can check-in in the morning, if the room is vacant in the morning. However, please ask in advance. If I have a business, it is impossible. If there are guests in the morning, you can check-in after 4 pm. If you really want to check-in in the morning, please book one more day.
There is a wifi. But it is for only normal personal use. It is not enough for heavy use. Please use it within 500MB per day.However, there is no guarantee that you can use 500 mb per day.
Please no smoking.
Please be quiet after 10:00 p.m.
Please do not hold a party
Please keep clean in the room and outside.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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I like cycling and riding motorbike. I had traveled not only in Kyoto, Osaka and Lake Biwa but also had gone to the Sea of Japan and the mountains of Shinshu by bicycle.
When I was a university student, I traveled to various parts of the world, Europe, North America, India, Nepal, Thailand, Malaysia,Singapore,China,Taiwan and so on. while traveling, I stayed at youth hostels, guest houses and inexpensive hotels etc.
I have good memories to have stayed at the student residence of university in Paris, in Vienna and in Chicago etc, flats and share houses in London, and ordinary private houses in Budapest.
My apartment don't have good service as five star hotels, however I definitely feel more comfortable than any rooms at youth hostels and student dormitories.
I am a lecturer of philosophy at a medical technical school while as the owner of my apartments. I can't provide accommodation as good as five star hotels, but I'd like to offer reasonable and inexpensive self-catering accommodation which is popular with independent travelers and the people who wants to spend time slowly in the ancient city of Kyoto and who like stroll and cycling.
My school where I teach is in Nara and my school where I studied in graduate school is in Osaka, therefore I often go to Nara or Osaka.I have information about not only Kyoto but also Nara and Osaka.
I was a travel adviser in Osaka Youth Hostel Association when I was a graduate (URL HIDDEN) that time there was an office Of OYHA in Namba, so I walked round Namba and Nipponbashi. I went to Osaka from Kyoto by bicycle many times in those days.
Although I was born in Kyoto and grown up in Kyoto, I seldom know about tourist areas. However I can talk about ordinary life in Kyoto. If you want to know something interesting in Kyoto, please ask me something like to be about the cat of the back alley, but this is a metaphor.
I took a trip to all parts of Japan(47 prefectures) in order to collect postmarks, visited over 1000 post offices. I stopped collecting postmarks, but I can answer about the railway travel and bus trip in Japan.
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