It is a guest house in Nezu, a downtown area in Tokyo.One set of customers can stay overnight.It is 25 m2.
- english, Japanese
Check-in: 3:00 pm
Check-out: 10:00 am
Max guests:3 (sleeps up to 3 adults)
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100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Lovely home and host
This was one of the coolest places we stayed at. We've never stayed at a home where the host was so involved, and it was a pleasant surprise. He made us breakfast the days when he could, had coffee or juice available in the mornings and when we got back home, and gave us snacks occassionally. He clearly cares about his guests, always asking about where we are from, what we do, and adds special touches like a welcome sign and flag decorations for our country and Japan. He let us wear some yukatas and helped us take pictures. We also happened to be there during Typhoon Hagibis, and he messaged us with advice while we were out, weather reports, and clearly cared about our safety. The neighborhood felt cozy and quiet, which is what we prefer to areas that are super bustling. It was truly an experience we will never forget!
American Christina and Vietnamese Van are a very good couple. They live in the United States. Both of them work IT-related. It was their first trip to Japan. They first toured Arashiyama in Kyoto. They came to Tokyo by Shinkansen from Kyoto and stayed at my guesthouse. They visited Odaiba, Shibuya, Ueno Park, Asakusa and Akihabara. They departed early in the morning and always returned home before 10:00. They understood very well that the Japanese house was a wooden house and spent the night very quietly. There were days when they could not go out all day due to a typhoon. I took a commemorative photo of them in yukata. Both of them took very good pictures. I think the pictures of Christina's yukata are very beautiful. I think that Mr. Van's photos also show his kind heart. I hope these photos will be a memory of their stay in Japan. Van is very good at drawing and has carved a portrait of me and a cat (Hikaru).
They cleaned the room clean when they returned.
I hope someday a child will be born and this time will stay as a family. See you again! 2019.10.15.
Excellent private room in a good location with an extremely well prepared and thoughtful host
This was my and my friend's first trip to Japan. The location of the guest house if good, neighborhood is quiet and away from the business of Shibuya and Shinjiku, llvery close to akihabara. Takeo was very nice as a host, giving us advice, water, etc.
The room itself is very clean, overall a great place to stay definitely recommend!
Takeo even gave me and my friend yukatas to wear out to the park for one evening! He showed us how to put them on and all.
If you don't mind a house with a bit of a noisy kitty cat, then this is the place for you! Please know you need to be quiet at the house (after 10pm) as it is an old wood home so every step makes a noise. Bring earplugs just in case :)
My friend's review:
"It's my first time ever in Japan, and we could not have asked for a better host. He was so thoughtful, helpful and friendly. The perfect start for an unforgettable experience."
We could not have hoped for a better start of our vacation!
They were the first guests from Glasgow, Scotland. What worried me the most was the summer heat in Japan. I asked them three things to keep them healthy. (1) Take water. (2) Please eat well. (3) Take enough sleep. (Isn't the cat crying? I asked several times.)
Both are 3D animators. Akihabara, the sacred place for anime, is close to my guesthouse. Have you found a good figure for their work? Their nostalgic scenery of Japan was drawn on their work. Both of them can speak a little Japanese.
I encouraged them to take a walk in Japanese yukata.
It may have been a good memory of their trip to Japan.
I think the long flight from Scotland was hard. How was your trip to Lake Chuzenji in Nikko? Was it cooler than Tokyo?
I hope that your first trip to Japan will be a good memory of your life.
They kept the house rules of the guest house properly.