Hello. My name is Keisuke. Welcome to Tokyo! Shinjuku!
I've been renting this apartment since 21/01/2014.
-There is a FREE Portable Wi-Fi
I'm looking forward to meeting you soon!
Check-In & Check-Out
The "check in" and "check out" time can be flexible.
Usually, check-in time ; AFTER 3 p.m. , check-out time ; BEFORE 12 p.m.
Please ask me if you would like to check in earlier or check out late, before you book.
-Double sized bed (140×200cm)
(-Single sized futon (100×200cm) )*please ask
-Bath room(shampoo and soap are prepared)
-Electric kettle, flying pan, glasses and dishes
-Free Pocket Wi-Fi (you can take it out with you while you stay here)
-Clean Face towels and bath towels
-Washing and Drying machine at 1st floor
(100 yen for washing machine and 200 yen for drying machine, a detergent is prepared)
☆Optional (Please ask me before booking)
- Iron and Iron board
- Single sized futon
Shinjuku is one of the biggest spot to go shopping, sightseeing, and night pleasure etc. and actually, Shinjuku is the most popular area for travelers. Also it is the best place to access any area in Tokyo easily by using JR Line, and subway (called METRO,Toei).
(a trains map and a guide book are prepared)
・Akihabara - 17mins, using Sobu Line(JR)
・Tokyo - 13mins, using Chuo Line(JR)
・Shibuya – 11mins, using Yamanote Line(JR)
・Harajuku – 4mins, using Yamanote Line(JR)
・Ginza – 16mins, using Marunouchi Line(METRO)
・Tokyo sky tree(Oshiage) – 34mins, using Sobu(JR) and Asakusa Line(Toei)
・Roppongi – 9mins, using Oedo Line(Toei)
In Shinjuku, there are;
・Kabuki-Cho – night pleasure spot
・Observation deck (202 meters high) in the Tokyo metropolitan government office (costs free) – you may sometimes see Mt.Fuji.
・Shinjuku Gyoen – Japanese-style garden
・Isetan – famous bland shopping mall
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【Please see the guide book shown on the listing, you will be able to find nice shops, restaurants and so on near the room】
I am sure you will be able to enjoy your stay here.
I would like you to spend a pleasure time so I would support your travel as much as I can.
Thank you very much visiting here and have a good time in Tokyo!
Please let me know if you need any information from me. :-)
・NO SMORKING in the apartment.
・Please Keep it down at night time.
・Please take off your shoes at the room entrance.
・Please feel free to use consumer electronics. (Take care not to start a fire）
・Please turn off the air conditioner/heater when not there.
・Please do not have a party.
・Please nonreactive on the intercom!(the most important)
The house is just nice for two persons. It is around 8 minutes walk to shinjuku station. We don't have the chance to meet with the host bult he is kind to provide us a portable wifi for us to navigate around Tokyo and most basic necessities are provided in the house. The room is clean and tidy. We will definitely stay again next time.
Neat and well kept apartment. Had all the basic amenities required for our stay in Tokyo. Info kit provided is great to know what's around the apartment.
Thi was my first experience thru AirBNB... and it was easy and efficient. Keisuke's apartment is central in Shinjuku, great food and bars are walking distance, and the view from his place is pretty cool too. I'd totally recommend staying there to anyone!
Clean and Great location really within 6 mins walk but only from west exit from sinjuku station. Bathroom is small and not for tall people but I guess generally most bathroom in Japan are all this size.
Very nice apartment, good location, host was extremely friendly and helpful. well worth the money spent. Very near transportation and many dining outlets. would definitely book again.
Nice welcoming apartment. All we needed for a comfortable stay in Tokyo. Portable wi-fi was very helpful.
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Hello. My name is Keisuke.
I am 22 years old, study at Waseda University in Tokyo.
I used to live in Australia for 3 months and New Zealand for 3 years in high school.
I like travel and have fun.
In 2012, I've been to Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand.
And last year, I've been to France, Germany, Switzerland and Italy.
I hope to go on trips to many wonderful places this year as well.
Also, my friend at the University Shinnosuke and Koichi help me hosting those rooms.
Let us be your guide for an easy stay in Japan!