Bedroom 1 with 1 semi double and 1 single bed
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1 min walk to Asakusabashi Sta. w/ pocket WiFi

JapanTōkyō-toTaitō-ku
Entire home/flat
6 Guests
2 Bedrooms
4 Beds
1 adult
0 children
Ages 2 - 12
0 infants
Under 2
6 guests maximum. Infants don’t count toward the number of guests.
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About this listing

Asakusabashi Sta. 1 min walk! Asakusa Sta. 2min! w/ Wi-Fi! (**Up to 1GB is available per day) a quiet non-smoking apartment with an equipped kitchen and private bathroom. Hair dryer and towels are provided.
I have 3 single beds, a double bed, and a sofa bed, up to 6 people.


The space
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 4
Check In: 3PM - 12AM (midnight)
Check Out: 10AM
Room type: Entire home/flat
Amenities
Prices
Extra people: £11 / night after 4 guests
Cleaning Fee: £57
Security Deposit: £182
Weekly Discount: 10%
Cancellation: Strict
Description

The space

Welcome and thank you for your interest in my apartment.
Children up to 2 years old are free and the apartment is located on the 2nd floor.
Before check-in/ After check-out, you can leave your luggage in the room. For more info see below
How to get to the apartment from the airports, please read Getting Around.

★Kitchen★
Refrigerator
Microwave
Gas stove
Water cooker
Pot
Cookware
Cutlery
Plate
Glass

★Living Room★
1 Sofa bed (W140 X H200)
Table
Air conditioner
Vacuum cleaner

★Bathroom★
Washing machine
Hair dryer
Shampoo
Conditioner
Body soap
Mirror
Bathroom
Bathroom
Bathtub
Face towel
Bath towel

★Bedroom★
Air conditioner
Closet
Hanger rack
3 Single size beds (W100 X H200)
1 Double size bed (W140 X H200)

Guest access

★Do not access the balcony.

Interaction with guests

This will be your own private house while you are in Tokyo. Of course I like to meet as many guests as possible, but I have a busy schedule so I let an Airbnb host support company called Zens care of my guests and apartment. Throughout your stay the Zens Team are always contactable for anything so please don’t hesitate to get in contact with them

The neighbourhood

~Shinjuku~
There are quite some famous department stores (Isetan/ Takashimaya/ LUMINE/ Marui/ Shinjuku Southern Terrace) where you can go shopping.
There is also Shinjuku Gyoen and Hanazono Shrine where you can experience the nature in the center of the city. If you want to go for a night out, there is Kabukicho where you will see a lot of Izakaya’s (Typical Japanese “restaurants”) stores and host clubs. There is Robot restaurant which is very popular.

~Shibuya~
For shopping, there is SHIBUYA109 (men and women dept are in separate buildings), a big shiny mall with over 100 boutiques that all show the latest looks in disposable fashion. There’s also Shibuya Hikarie for an older and more refined consumer. Shibuya crossing is famous intersection outside Shibuya Station. If you want to experience nature and exercise a bit Yoyogi park is within 10min walking distance!

~Omotesando/ Harajuku~
Omotesando Hills is famous for shopping in the Omotesando area.
Takeshita street is always crowded with brewing with young people.
Meiji Shrine is one of Japan's most popular shrines. This shrine was completed and dedicated to the Emperor Meiji.

Asakusa
Asakusa's image is different from the big office building image that most people have of Tokyo. 
It has a more historical feeling to it as you can for example find Sensoji Temple there. To get to Sensoji Temple you will first have to pass through the famous Kaminari Gate and walk passed the little stalls on Namise Street. This is probably one of the hottest sightseeing places in Tokyo.
On Nakamise street, there are all kinds of stalls from souvenir stalls to food stalls.
Asakusa is also famous for its Monjya. Asakusa offers all kinds of small restaurants and cafe's so it's not only for sightseeing!

Tokyo Sky tree
In May 2012 Tokyo finished building a 634m high radio tower called the Tokyo Sky tree. It has become a popular tourist attraction as you're allowed to go in side and go all the way up to 450m where you can enjoy a fantastic view of Tokyo. 
On the first observatory 340m-350m there are some restaurants, cafe's and even a hotel. Here you can enjoy the scenery while having some drinks or food.
The second observatory located 445m-450m high you can check out the whole of Tokyo as never shown before. 
On the ground floor there's a big mall with around 312 stores, restaurants and features an aquarium and planetarium.

Getting around

★From Asakusabashi Station★
Shibuya 28min
Ikebukuro 24min
Shinjuku 18min
Oshiage 6min
Maihama 33min
Hamamatsucho 14min

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++++++++++++ Airport Directions +++++++++++++

Below is the typical route from Narita / Haneda Airport to the station. For accurate results, please use G00GLE MAP (on the upper left corner, a function called 'Get Directions'. Put your starting point & destination, there for direction).

*On booking we will provide you with detailed instructions about each of these options, or just ask us if you want to look into other options.

From Narita Airport


Option 1 (Fastest: 1,290yen, Travel time: 65+ min)
・Narita Airport → Oshiage Sta. by train Narita Sky Access (53 min)
・Oshiage Sta. → Asakusabashi Sta. by train Asakusa Line (6 min)
・2 min walk

Option 2 (2,630yen, Travel time: 60+ min)
・Narita Airport → Nippori Sta. by train Skyliner (53 min)
・Nippori Sta. → Akihabara Sta. by train Asakusa Line (7 min)
・Akihabara Sta. → Asakusabashi Sta. by train Chuo-Sobu Line (1 min)
・2 min walk

From Haneda Airport

Option 1 (Fastest: 570yen, 40+ min travel time)
・Haneda Airport → Asakusabashi Sta. by train Keikyu-Kuko Line → Keikyu Line → Asakusa Line (14 min)
*stay on the same train, it connects all the way through
・2 min walk

Option 2 (710yen, 45+ min travel time)
・Haneda Airport → Hamamatsucho Sta. by train Tokyo-Monorail (14 min)
・Transfer to Daimon Sta. by walking
・Daimon Sta. → Asakusabshi Sta. by train Asakusa Line (12 min)
・2 min walk

Other things to note

★Check-in: 15pm Check-out: 10am

It's possible to leave your luggage in the apartment after 10:00AM or until 15:00PM but please leave the suitcases closed and near the door so the cleaner can clean around it easily. Also, the previous/next guest might leave his/her bags in the apartment too so take your valuables with you when you go outside and put the key back in the original place.

House Rules
No smoking
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in time is 3PM - 12AM (midnight).

We try to keep the rules simple:

- Please don't smoke inside the room. You can smoke on the balcony but please close the window while you smoke so that smoke doesn't come inside.

- All musical instruments, stereos, radios, and your voice volume, etc., should be at a volume that won’t disturb the neighbours. Sometimes this can be quieter in Japan than other countries, please keep this in mind.

- Please ask us if you want to invite anyone over. If someone is staying overnight there is an extra charge which is 2500Yen per person.

- Please wash any dishes you use and try to leave the apartment in about the same condition as when you arrived. It helps us a lot to maintain a comfortable and clean environment.

- When entering the room please remember to take your shoes off inside.

- Please always give a smile to the neighbours or property manager if you see them :). Some of them may worry about new guests arriving so a smile is important!

- Please turn off the lights and air conditioner when you are out the apartment. We want to help the environment.

- Check-out has to be done by 10:00 am. I’m sorry but we have to charge you 3500 yen per hour for late check-out. It’s because we have to pay the cleaner for the extra hours and it will cause trouble for the next guests arriving.

If you could treat our place like it's your own house we will be happy :)

Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
Safety card
Fire extinguisher
Availability
1 night minimum stay

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Tatsuro

Tatsuro

Tokyo, Japan · Joined in March 2016

Hi, there! I’m Rin, born and raised in Japan.
My interests are traveling, music, and food.

I enjoy hosting on Airbnb because I love communicating with new people.
Have fun in Japan ;)

I have been a volunteer tour guide since 5 years ago.
I would love to help you plan you travel throughout Japan, so you can make the best out of your time here! I can send you some example guides and depending on if you are using a JR Pass or not I will do my best to make similar ones depending on where you want to go.
Please feel free to ask me.

Response rate: 100%(last 10 contacts)
Response time: within an hour

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