About this listing
The balcony is sunny. the room is a corner room so it is very quiet and overlooks a pretty garden.
The location is great handy to Shibuya, with lots to do Olympic size swimming pool and huge park art museum right outside the gate.
Breakfast is now available for a small extra fee. (need to request 3 days before)
See the menus on the photo lists.
There are the Basic Breakfast with local produce and supermarket bought bread and eggs, Vegetarian (with free range eggs and gluten free home home made bread) Vegan (No eggs no diary with home) Fresh local organic non GMO-free produce.
Price per guest
Basic Breakfast 900 JPY
Vegetaruan 1,400 JPY
Your own house and room key
Free to come and go as you please
- Single bed/ double bed
- Kitchen utensils, crockery, glassware
- Microwave, toaster oven, fridge / freezer
- Wi-Fi Internet access
- Suit / dress hangar
- Air conditioner / heater
- An easy-going host.
Convenient location to Tokyo:
Shibuya: 34 minutes (Bus every 7 mins)
Harajuku/Maiji Shrine: 33 minutes
Shinagawa: 49 minutes
Roppongi: 46 minutes
Akihabara: 61 minutes
Kawasaki Daishi Temple: 85 minutes
Sensoji Temple: 67 minutes
Ueno Park: 62 minutes
Tokyo Disneyland: 86 minutes
Tokyo Tower 59 mins
Sky Tree 70 mins
Tamaplaza: 38 minutes (Bus every 20 mins)
Futagotamagawa: 20 minutes (Bus every 21 mins)
Jiyugaoka: 35 minutes (Bus every 20 mins)
Travel time by train to / from Airports:
Haneda Airport: 86 minutes
Narita Airport: 106 minutes
If this room is full please feel free to try this other room in the same house;-
With your own key you are free to come and go as you like, as a host I love to to sit and chat over coffee and hear about your days adventures, help out with getting around、and answer any queries you may have. My policy is an open door one friendly but if you don't need help that's OK too.
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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I moved back to New Zealand this April 2017
I have been living in Japan since 1991. I initially came here under the working holiday visa system staying in what was then called a ‘Gaijin House’ (Gaijin;- means foreigner) now we refer to them as Guest Houses or Share Houses. I got interested in learning the language and somewhere along the way I realized that this was my home the place where I felt most comfortable in the world.
I started studying Yoga at the International Yoga Centre in Ogikubo in 1996 and in spite of my incredibly stubborn stiffness, persevered and at last became a teacher.
In 2007 I set out on a world trip in search of a place to start a Yoga Studio and Guest House returning to Japan I opened the Yoga Uluka Studio and guest house we had a lot of fun with that and now I have moved to the Setagaya District still teaching Yoga and Tai Chi and have an apartment where I have guests and also a place in Shinjuku.
I have studied up to the 3rd Dan in the Japanese Tai Chi Federation System.
I love/hate to compete in Tai Chi Competition (well actually it is a tool I use to face and challenge my innate nervous disposition. Every time I stand in the arena about to enter the court to compete I ask myself “why do I do this to myself?” But when it is all over I can’t wait for the next time) I teach Tai Chi Class at the Setagaya Ward facilities in Oyamadai and continue to teach Yoga lessons near my house.