1 mins from Yoyogi station!
7 mins from Shinjuku station!
A very clean room on the 2nd floor, with separate bath and toilet, and a traditional Japanese heated table (kotatsu). This winter, please enjoy its warm comfort with your special someone.
1 mins from Yoyogi station!
5 mins from Shinjuku station!
A very clean room on the 2nd floor, with separate bath and toilet
The room itself is clean, with a separate bath and toilet
I don’t have a wide-angle lens for my camera so I couldn’t capture it in full, but it has plenty of space to accommodate four guests.
The room has a separated toilet and bathoom and always maintained clean, which no other people besides the room guest can use and the toilet has a popular buil-in washlet and the seat is always kept warm.
You can also use a kettle, stove burner,micowave and oven in the room.I hope you will be satisfied with all this equipment.
Also,a face towel and bath towel will be provided for each guest.
Please let me know in advance if you need more of them during your stay.
The room's total foor space is 26㎡ and there is one double-sized bed and space for three futons.The capacity is 5 people(If 5 people stay,for example,2 adults and 3 kids or 4 adult people will be to the capacitiy)
Upon your request, we can provide you with a portable Wifi free of additional charge.
Please remember to always carry it with you so you won't lose it in case you take it outside the room.
* Sofa Bed
* Futon (folding mattresses) x4
* Air Bed
* Full-length mirror
* Microwave, with oven functionality
* Towels&Face Towels
* Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, body wash)
* Hair dryer
* Home Wi-Fi
* Portable Wi-Fi
* Bathroom (tub and shower separate from toilet)
* Toilet (tub and shower separate from toilet)
* Combined refrigerator/freezer
・Please do not smoke inside the apartment. You can smoke on the balcony, however.
・Please keep noise levels reasonably low, so as to not disturb the neighbors.
・Please do not enter the room with your shoes on (there is a spot inside the door to remove your shoes).
I just started hosting on airbnb in October(CarpHousebesideShinjuku is from Nov.21th), but I’ve been putting on events for international students and other foreigners for more than three years now, and I always aim for foreign visitors to experience the best hospitality Japan has to offer!
Around the middle of November I will start attending a programming school, but until then, if our schedules fit and you’re interested in having a local guide you around Tokyo’s various sights I’ll have time during the day to join you. After November, my time on weekdays will be limited to later in the evenings, but if our schedules work out, I’d be more than happy to show you around some of the city’s affordable dining and drinking spots! Of course, if you prefer to explore around yourself I won’t interfere, lol.
Welcome to Tokyo!
Nice to meet you, my name is Okky!
I’m originally from Hiroshima, but I’ve lived in Tokyo for 12 years now, starting after my university graduation when I moved here to work for a major copy machine manufacturer.
On the weekends I like to play sports like baseball, basketball and futsal, or cheer on my favorite baseball team, the Hiroshima Carp, which is currently in the middle of an unprecedented boom in popularity.
I love interacting with cultures from around the world, so I’ve organized cultural and language exchange events since 2012, bringing together foreigners who want to study Japanese and Japanese locals who are studying foreign languages. I’ve put on barbecues, skiing trips, sport events, cooking parties and a variety of outdoor events.
Whenever I get the chance to travel abroad, visits to old ruins or famous tourist destinations are of course memorable, but it’s the memories of fun times spent with new friends and locals, or their surprising acts of kindness, that really stick with me and separate the good trips from the great ones.
My hope and goal is that you come back from your time here with just as many great memories of Tokyo as I’ve been lucky to have in my times abroad.
Around the middle of November I will start attending a programming school, but until then, if our schedules fit and you’re interested in having a local guide you around Tokyo’s various sights I’ll have time during the day to join you.
After November, my time on weekdays will be limited to later in the evenings, but if our schedules work out, I’d be more than happy to show you around some of the city's drinking spots!
I’m looking forward to seeing you!
By the way, if my very non-Japanese sounding name might stirred up your curiosity - I am Japanese, but it’s actually the name I started using on , which gained enough recognition that I continued using it at my other events. There’s no special significance to it other than that, lol.
FYI, here's my and the page for the events I organize