Harajuku Shopping Street Studio 2

Entire home/apt
3 Guests
1 Bedroom
2 Beds
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This host offers flexible cancellation: Full refund 1 day prior to arrival, except service fee.

About This Listing

This great studio is in a quiet residential area only 2-3 minutes walk from JR Harajuku station! The famous Takeshita street is at door step! Easy access from airports. Walk to many tourist attractions, such as Meiji Shrine, Yoyogi Park, Shibuya

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On top of the bed is extra storage and behind curtain is a small balcony with a laundry machine.

On top of the bed is extra storage and behind curtain is a small balcony with a laundry machine.

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The Space
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 3
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 2


Extra people: $10 / night after the first guest
Cleaning Fee: $20
Security Deposit: $100
Cancellation: Strict


House Rules

1 night minimum stay
Air-conditioner/hearter, full length mirror, standing lamp are available

Air-conditioner/hearter, full length mirror, standing lamp are available

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About the Host, Jan

Member since August 2010
Response rate: 96% (past 30 days)
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  • Togo Shrine

    A Shinto shrine dedicated to Admiral Togo, who defeated the Russian fleet in the Russo-Japanese War in 1905.
    1丁目 渋谷区 東京都 150-0001
  • Daiso 100 Yen Shop Harajuku

    One of the largest 100 Yen Shops in Tokyo, offering a wide array of goods, clothing, food and stationary at 105 yen per item. Interesting souvenirs can be bought here at unbelievable prices.
  • Takeshita Street

    The symbol of Harajuku and birthplace of many of Japans fashion trends. Its a narrow, roughly 400 meter long street lined by shops, boutiques, cafes, etc. Paradise of Tokyos teenagers.
  • Ota Memorial Museum of Art

    This small and elegant museum exhibits selected ukiyo-e paintings and prints from the vast collection of the late Mr. Ota Seizo. Exhibits are changed every month.
  • Laforet Harajuku

    A trend setting shopping complex, consisting of seven floors of fashion boutiques and shops. The LaForet Museum on the top floor hosts various events and exhibitions.
  • OK Supermarket

    Big supermarket near the apartment
    渋谷区 東京都 151-0051
  • Oriental Bazaar

    Tokyos largest and best souvenir and craft store. Its a good place to stop by to get high quality gifts for all the folks back home.
    5丁目 Shibuya Tokyo 150-0001
  • Omotesando Hills

    Opened in 2006, Omotesando Hills consists of six floors of upmarket shops and restaurants. The building was designed by the renowned architect Ando Tadao and has intriguing design elements.
  • Meiji Jingū Shrine

    Tokyos largest shrine and No.1 must visit shrine according to Tokyo Timeout Magazine. It has one of the biggest Tori gate in Japan, beautiful cheery tree line avenue and famous irises garden.
  • Yoyogi Park

    Yoyogi Park is one of Tokyos largest and most pleasant city parks. Many street performers and bands perform here every weekend. Its a great place for jogging, picnicking and outdoor activities.
  • NHK Studio Park

    A part of the NHK Broadcasting Center. It gives visitors a chance to look behind the scenes of television broadcasting, including the production of a live program on most days.
    Shibuya Tokyo
  • National Yoyogi Stadium

    Built for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics by renowned architect Tange Kenzo. Many international festivals, such as Thai food festival, are held here each month.
    Shibuya Tokyo
  • Nezu Museum

    Nezu Museum exhibits a collection of East Asian artwork. The museum building itself has an elegant design and there is a large traditional Japanese garden outside the building that can be explored.
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