À propos de ce logement
It's convenient to go to everywhere in Tokyo. This apartment is 45 years old. On the 2nd floor, no elevator. There are many windows so you can get a lot of sunshine. You will sleep on the futon in the Japanese Tatami room.
(Sometimes I stop having some stay for a while. But my dear friends, you are always welcome when you come back to Tokyo. But first please send me a message.)
Living room,1Japanese Tatami room(=Bed room)(10㎡), Kitchen, Bathroom, Shower, TV, PC.
We share a bed room(10㎡) so I request only woman. A bed room is separated into 2 space by closet, and you sleep on the futon that is a set of Japanese mattresses and quilts. I have two futons.
Accès des voyageurs
Everywhere is OK.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'm sorry I can't speak English so much, though, I like to learn about foreign culture and talk with overseas people.
I am going out to work on weekdays. If you check in during my absence, I will tell you how to enter the house.
When I have a time, let's go sightseeing around Tokyo, talk about various things, cook Japanese food, or have a lunch or a supper together.
When I am busy, I am sorry I can't help you so much.
If you have of any restaurants, Japanese-style bars, taverns or inns that you would like to go, I can make a reservation instead of you.
Then if you would like to and I have a time, let's have a supper together.
We share a bed room so I request only woman.
A bed room is separated into 2 space by closet,and you sleep on the futon that is a set of Japanese mattresses and quilts. I have two futons.
*You can check-in and check-out at anytime. I don't have any other guest in the morning that you check-in, and on the day that you check-out.
・No pets and no Kimuchi(Korean pickles) allowed.
・I set the charge without breakfast, though, feel free to have anything in the fridge and in the house. I always have bread for toast, milk, yogurt, instant coffee, tea, etc.
・I have a wifi. When you are at home, you can use it.
I like traveling all over the world, meeting various people and talking with them. But I'm sorry I can't speak English so much. I've been learning English.
I'm architect, so I'm interested in art, design, architecture, Mother nature, and social problem-especially refugees, homeless, and poverty issue.
I'd like to meet and talk with people as many as I can.
And I'd like to prepare a safe bed for a woman traveling alone, and have a dinner together if she would like to and when I have a time. Because when I take a trip alone, I often have difficulty to find a reasonable place to stay alone, and to find any restaurants to have a delicious dinner alone.