Dorm room. mixed with men and women. Easy access to Central Tokyo. Go directly to Shinjuku, Shibuya from the nearest st. Sumiyoshi which is 7 minutes walk. Akihabara, Asakusa by Bus. A convenience store is 10 sec walk.
If you book as two guests for this bed, you two use one lower bed.
If you want to use separate beds, please book one more other bed.
1st floor, your room, bathroom and shower room on 2nd and 3rd floor, the room with washing machine.
Can use hot&cold water on the water server on the 1st floor.
Umgänge med gäster
The host lives on upside floor. Guests can talk to the host if they want to.
But Basically, the host is absent on day time.
Annat att notera
사고가나면 저희가 도와드릴수가 없기 때문에, 저희는 일어 또는 영어를 사용 할 수있는 고객님들만 받고 있습니다.
This bed is in the mixed dorm room, so it isn't for women only.
There are neither a kitchen nor a fridge so you can't cook here.
To use the washing machine you need to put 200 yen and 100 yen for the dryer.
Wifi is free. The connection is rather slow in rooms so recommend to use at lounge.
We sometimes need to do some work at the lounge space.
Please book If those things don't bother you and if you have questions, please ask before you book.
I manage this guest house with my friend Shigeo Kojima.
I like to talk to people from different countries.
I'm a designer and also an owner of the shared house where people study English.
My purpose for doing B&B is to make people from other countries happy and to have them enjoyed the best staying in Japan.
I'd like people to know not only one side of Japan ( ex. Asakusa, Shibuya, Akihabara ), but also the other side ( local food , culture , people ).
While I'm introducing Japan to foreigners, I'd also like to have Japanese people experienced talking and hanging out with them.
People from my shared house are willing to spend time with travelers.
I like eating, drinking, reading and bourldering.
I like to introduce Japanese usual cultures.
I have a lot of wonderful friends any places in a world.
I'm a watchmaker for Swiss watch brand in Tokyo.
I like traveling, taking photos and go out drinking with my friends.
I also have an apartment to lend myself in other place.
My place is not gorgeous but have a good atmosphere I think.
There are traditional temple and special tram around house.You might take nice photos that haven't been introduced on guidebooks.
The closest station is Zoshigaya on Hukutoshi-line Tokyo metro.
It takes 20 second by walk.
You could access to Shibuya in 17 min and Ikebukuro in 2min (one stop) on Yamamoto-line JR. by this line.
And you could use Mejiro station on Yamabnote-line JR. It takes 10 min by walk.
And also you could use a Tram: kishibojin station.
It takes 1 min by walk. It's very convenience to access to all of main part of Tokyo.
I'like you to have a wonderful time in Tokyo!
Hi, I'm hosting here with Takeshi.
I'm from Gifu located in the central Japan, which has great nature, very good spas
and unique food culture.
I like making Japanese fermentation seasoning such as Miso, soy source
and salted rice malt. They are very good for the health, and they can
change the tastes of the food better.
Winter is great season for making Miso. If the timing's right, please
make it together;) It will be a good memory and experience in Japan.
By the way, Tokyo has lots of great food!(I love to eat delicious
food very much!)
I'd like you to try Ramen, Monjya-yaki and Izakaya.
You can eat them in the neighborhood or ask me anything you would like to eat.
I like "Meiji shrine", near Harajuku very much. I recommend you to try Omikuji
(they're sacred lots drawn at temples or shrines to tell one's fortune) there.
"Hamarikyu", Japanese traditional garden is popular among foreign people.
"Tsukiji fish market" is also fun!
Hope you enjoy and like Tokyo!