We generally request that all guest behave with a level of courtesy and reasonable behaviour expected in normal life.
* Keep the noise level minimum in general. It is expected that no music, instruments or loud sounds are played and that your own noise level (or that of any friends who visit) is kept to a minimum. Vacuum cleaning, slamming doors open and shut and talking in the public spaces are also something to bear in mind.
* Please don't put anything in front of the apartment (ex: shoes, umbrella, trash etc...)
* Please be sure to turn off the air conditioner and lights when you leave the room.
*No Smoking inside the room and out side the apartment, including the balcony, hallways and entrance area.
* Please separate trash.
Burnable (food, paper, plastic)
Non-burnable (metal / ceramic)
Recyclable (cans, plastic bottles, glass)
* No pets allowed.
* No parties.
Japanese hospitality ''OMOTENASHI'' is a part of japanese culture, a completely selfless approach to receiving guests. I believe acknowledging each guest face-to-face to express gratitude and to ensure smooth check-in is the best way to deliver omotenashi. I get my real reward when guests say THANK YOU.
My properties are outfitted to provide you with a comfortable and pleasant experience. Its my pleasure to host each guest and be a part of their wonderful trip to Japan.
WELCOME TO JAPAN. ようこそ日本へ。