Spacious apartment just a few minutes away by train from Shinjuku and Nakano. Few minutes walk from NakanoSakaue subway (6min) or JR Higashi Nakano (9min) stations. Simple taxi directions from Shinjuku. Walk-in bathroom, laundry machine, and separate bedroom. Multiple supermarkets, one right across the street and 7 Eleven a few steps further. Fully furnished with fiber internet connection and wifi.
Very convenient location close to shinjuku with three train lines and easy access via taxi. Comfortably hosts two or more people with a separate bedroom. Two convenience stores under a minute walk and a supermarket right across three street!
43" monitor with internet enabled browsing provided. During winter there is a Japanese heated table (kotatsu). Real Japanese futon(lay out on floor type) available for more sleep space.
Sorry the monitor cannot display japanese tv, only internet browser connected through a PC.
Walk-in bathroom with shampoo/conditioner, separate toilet room, high-speed wireless internet, all in one washer/dryer, kitchen with stove and microwave.
A keybox will be used to transfer keys, however I will be available if needed.
There is no Japanese television available. The display is connected a computer with a web browser. This is connected to the internet. The display can be switched to the Playstation 2 as well.
- Please respect my things as you would your own. I expect to have used items put back in their original position.
- Loud noises can be heard through walls so please be courteous late at night or early morning.
- This is Japan so please do as the natives do and leave shoes by entrance.
- Please clean used kitchen utensils and placed back on the shelves.
Hi I am a Japanese American from Chicago. I was born and raised in the US, but have lived in Tokyo now for over a decade.
I used to work in finance tech and other internet-based companies (geek). I also consider myself a bit of a DIY-er (like replacing faucets) and so if there is any technical issues, please feel free to ask.
Tokyo is so good of a place to live, it's hard to leave. I hope guests can enjoy a bit of what its like.
One of my favorite places is Nakano Broadway. It is a geek's delight. A bit cleaner and more organized than Akihabara. It's like the ultimate otaku museum.
I am fairly introverted (my hosting space shows it a bit), and would prefer hosts and guests to have as little delay as possible in going on with their lives. "life's too short" is a good motto here perhaps.