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The Petit Hotel is one room (27m2+balcony) with Kitchen, Bath.
Two way Security lock. Fully furnished. A Twin bed & Futon for 4 person. Here is a center of Asakusa/Ueno. 3 min walk from the station & a big supermarket.
This was a horrible Airbnb experience. When we arrived there was nobody there to greet us. We had to let ourselves into the apartment and show ourselves around. The pictures make the apartment look bigger and nicer than it is. The floor in the bedroom is stained yellow. The bed was stripped bare and after digging around we finally found the linens in the closet. We were going to make the bed to sleep in but after unfolding the linens for the bed, we saw that they were also stained yellow. We decided against sleeping in the bed because it was so disgusting so instead two of us slept on the tiny couch next to the bed. The couch was also stained. The kitchen gave us the impression that it was also dirty, and we weren't even sure how to use the stove or if we even could because the host never showed up to explain to us how to use it, and there was a sign that said gas stoves were prohibited by the tourist laws in Japan. We had booked the apartment for 6 nights and ended up only staying one day before we moved to a hotel in Tokyo that was more worth our money. We're normally not picky people, but we were absolutely disgusted by the apartment and I would not recommend this place to someone else.
The location of Ken's apartment was amazing! It was a center of everything. Easy access to subway and Tsukuba express. There are lots of good places to eat and shop near by. We stayed there for a week, and felt like we didn't have enough time to see around his place. We were able to see the firework(one of the biggest firework in Japan)just outside of his place. Ken and his staff were very kind and very quick to reply to our questions. We would love to stay at Ken's place again when we go back to Japan. Thank you so much, Ken san!!!