Easy access to downtown, stylish apartment including all the essentials, big comfy bed, and most importantly, people from all backgrounds are welcome in my home!
A two-minute walk to Shindaita Station (Keio Inokashira Line), and a four-minute walk to Setagayadaita Station (Odawara Odakyu Line)
My apartment is on the top floor, and if your lucky, you can see Mt. Fuji in the distance from my balcony. At night, you can also see Tokyo Tower and Skytree in the far distance. :)
My bed is an Ikea sofa-bed, and it's very big once it's pulled out. Easily fits two people, possibly three.
I have a turntable and a few records, in case you venture out and buy some music during your stay.
My flat screen TV has an HDMI cable, so you can plug it into your laptop. However, there's a blue LED streak on the screen that can't be removed (if you're like me, you get used to it). Please note this is used primarily as a monitor for a laptop via HDMI, so you won't be able to watch regular TV.
Here are some basic household items I've left for you:
• Rice Cooker
• Washing machine / Dryer
• Hair Dryer
• Clothing Iron and Board
• Shampoo / Body Wash / Conditioner
• Lotion / Q-Tips / Razors / Tooth Brushes / Toothpaste
• First Aid Kit
• Pasta / Rice
• Instant Coffee / Tea / Cocoa
• Nintendo 64
• Turntable / Mixer
• Fire Extinguisher
Interaction with guests
My interaction with them will be limited to key drop offs and retrievals. Depending on my work schedule I may ask them to retrieve and return the keys via my mailbox.
Other things to note
PLEASE BE QUIET!!!!
My neighbors are very sensitive to noise, and I ask not to use the speakers between 10PM and 10AM.
- Quiet hours are 10PM to 10AM
- No shoes in the house
- Please smoke on the balcony
I've lived in Tokyo for over 20 years and I know it like the back of my hand. My favorite travel destination so far has been Vietnam, and I love a good courtroom drama!
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me anytime.