Modern cozy room in the heart of Akihabara.
Super accessible location :)
**Also we have more rooms in main big city such as Shinjuku, Shibuya, Ikebukuro, Akihabara, Ueno.
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-- JR Akihabara St. : 5min on foot, 6min by Iwamotocho station and Awajicho station.
-- This room have FREE pocket WiFi.
-- In 1min : 24 hours Convenience store and many restaurants.
Apartment size is over 25sq.meters. Of course Bathroom and Toilet is separated.
･Portable unlimited pocket Wi-Fi
･Air Conditioner Cooling/Heating
･Kitchen (including Fridge, Microwave)
･Tableware (dishes, cutlery, glasses etc…)
･Shampoo & Body soap
Check in : ANYTIME after the check-in time 16:00
Check out: ANYTIME BEFORE the check-out time 11:00.
In the room can be used freely.
However, in common areas of the apartment you can not use other than the elevator.
There is additional $15 fee per person when the guests are more than 2.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
I am sure you are worried about whether I am kind and trustworthy host.
Don't worry, I will answer your questions promptly and answer any kind of questions.
I also very happy to take you out if my work schedule allowed.
Please let me know if you have any special request. I will try my best to help you.
Thank you for your interests on my places!
I’m Ryo, living in Tokyo.
I have raised in Japanese south island, so I really like sea and beach.
My wonderful and reliable friends help me host you all, although I speak English with a very little bit. So don’t hesitate and feel free to text me anytime :)
I can recommend you many Japanese pops and rocks! Also, I love to communicate people with variety of culture.
I work very hard in office every day, so it might be happened that you will get late replay sometime, but my friends tend to check messages and try to help me, so please do not worried about it.
Any of us in Tokyo will be available to help whenever you have any troubles while you stay, and we will try our best to assist you throughout your exciting journey at Tokyo and Japan.