★The comfortable stay for TWO GUESTS in fully equipped rooms including super fast Wifi, at an incredible price ★ 5 min walk to the Tokyo University of Science, Noda Campus ★ 10 min by bike to Tokyo University, Kashiwa Campus ★ 15 min by train to Dr. Hatsumi's dojo (武神館) ★ fine onsen place nearby ★ super quiet & peaceful neighborhoods ★ bedroom 11 square meters with door lock ★balcony facing south★ 12 min walk to Unga Sta. on Tobu Urban Park Line ★ 5 min walk to the nearest convenience store
My place is in Noda that is famous for its Kikkoman soy source Ltd. where you can have some soy source ice cream during the factory tour.
Some quaint places like old Mogi House are of great interest, and they are available at the stops on Tobu Urban Park Line.
All the space not including other guests' private rooms are available.
If I have time I can enjoy my guests' company as they please.
I will tell you about the details of my place including directions, house manuals and how to check-in & check-out, etc. on updated basis by texting before your arrival.
Could you please ask me if you have any questions?
You might have a roommate during your stay and you can enjoy your roommate' s company in the shared living room and each person can have a bedroom that is 10-11 square meters wide with door lock and can keep complete privacy.
Please turn off the switches of electric & gas appliances, and water taps when not using.
Please don't make noise or blare out, especially in the shared living room.
Hi,my name is Michiko Masuda.
I have a lot of kinds of work ; one of them
is English teacher and so my guest can
communicate with me in English.
My hobbies are cooking, listening to music and interior decorating so that my guests would enjoy and relax in my place.
I make a great point of being on time,
and also like the words "poco a poco"
that means "step by step".
I recommend my guests to explore unknown local place something new and to make the travel of their own unique and special.
To visit somewhere vintage that we often see in the guide books might cost much, and it might be commonplace in the pictures on many travelers' web sites and always be crowded.