This beautiful aparmtent, has a mini penthouse and match the high standards on cleaning and location that are
the perfect combination to be sure to have a deserved rest, and fast access to every attraction in the region
You will be requested to send me a copy of the passports of all the guests who will stay in the apartment to the contact email provided by Airbnb.
It can be black and white, but must be clear.
The purpose is only for identification in case that the local Authority requests to confirm that you are staying in my apartment.
Alternatively, you can upload the files to any cloud storage like (Dropbox or (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Drive), and share it with me only in case of need.
You are in the right to do not send the files. It is not compulsory and your booking is not affected in any way.
*Enter without shoes.
*Keep the apartment smoke-free.
*Separe (if necessary) and place the trashes at the blue trash boxes situated in the bush in front of the building's entrance.
*Throw all the remaining food you haven't eat.
*Leave the house reasonabily clean (as if your mother will check your room :) )
*Enjoy (this is a must)
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund. Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
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Hello! I am Roman, and this is what I do:
I'm part of a team working in real state for years.
My responsibilities are the Airbnb activites. I manage the profile, guests relations, bookings, inquiries, etc... so I have the wonderful chance to meet you and share part of your time in Osaka.
I'm also in charge of maintenance and cleaning staff. Hence, if you ever find something to report, I'm the one you need to talk with.
You can also may have the chance to be assisted by Uri, one of my coworkers, who is in charge of some of the apartments. He's a great person, young, full of energy and knowledge.
I consider myself an open minded, and interested-in-almost-everything person.
I like travelling, and I did it a lot, so I understand how important is to find friendly people and a home all around the world.
I love taking photos, so I do it as a freelance photographer sometimes. I prefer social photography, and the human being is my favorite subject. Well, and landscapes. And cityscapes...
Since I'm living in Japan, for 6 years now, I practice Kendo. I like experiencing the traditions of this country while cultivating my body and my mind. There are a lot of interesting things to learn from Kendo. If you want, I can take you to my dojo and you can see by yourself how is this wonderful Japnese martial art.
I'm also a very accesible person, always ready for a chat and also for having a good time. If you wanna know more about the city or the Japanese society, or the best sushi place, just ask me!
I really hope to offer you a nice time here in Osaka.