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
On top of the bed is extra storage and behind curtain is a small balcony with a laundry machine.
A lovely and well-furnished studio in the perfect location in Tokyo city center. It locates on a safe and quiet residential side street of the famous Takeshita street. Only a few minutes walk to JR Harajuku station and subway stations! I don't think there is any other accommodation closer to Harajuku station than this property.
You'll save a lot of transportation time and fares!
Though the studio itself is small (12 sqm), this location is truly unbeatable. It has easy access from Narita and Haneda airport by trains and many tourist attractions are within walking distance. You can walk to Meiji Shrine (5 min), Omotesando (5 min), Yoyogi Park (7 min), and Shibuya (15 min).
The studio has a queen size bed, a well-equipped kitchenette, a foldable dining table and foldable chairs, a shower room/restroom (hot water is available, water temperature is adjustable), and a small balcony with a Washing Machine. An additional futon mattress and clean beddings can be prepared for an additional guest.
FREE Pocket WIFI (Portable internet WIFI)
You can bring the WIFI router outside with you and use internet wherever you go.
Bedsheets, bath towels, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, iron, iron board, hair dryer are provided.
Everything inside the apartment
Interaction with Guests
E-mails, Online chat applications. When I have time, I can greet you in person
Great fun neighborhood. Full of characters and cultural mix. Harajuku is a paradise for Japanese teens and tourists alike. Takeshita shopping street has inspired world renown designers by its unique fashion goods. Omotesando is great for high-end brands browsing. You can enjoy walking to Shibuya through Omotesando street or walk to Shinjuku through Yoyogi as well. The majestic Meiji Shrine is only 5 min walk from the apartment. Families can enjoy a picnic at Yoyogi park, watching Sakura blossoms or greenery.
This apartment is very close to JR Harajuku station. It's convenient to anywhere in town! You can walk to Takeshita street, Meiji shrine, Yoyogi park, Omotesando, Shibuya so easily!
Other Things to Note
*Note for English-speakers* There is no outdoor pool. I checked the hot tub option to indicate hot water is available in Chinese.
- Smoking is not allowed inside the studio. You can smoke on the balcony.
- Please take off your shoes at the room's entrance
The studio was small but it's got everything you need! Very cosy and very comfortable, also the place is quite clean. The location is awesome, making it easier to get to places in Tokyo. It also has a folder of recommended places to go to, and how to get there- which I think is a sweet thing to do. Overall, I would not hesitate to come back!
Great stay! Room comes with Cooking Facilities and Utensils! Bed was nice and cosy, but the room is abit tight for 3 people. Host gives excellent directions towards the apartment as well!
Location is the best. If you're 2 big adults, I would suggest you get a bigger room. This room is just right for single or 2 regular sized adults.
It is a small flat with a fantastic location! Good when you want to sneak in with all your shoppingbags. Jan answered quickly on our questions and it was easy to check in. We slept very well during our stay. The flat is just a short walk from the subway and easy to access from the airport.
Amazing locstion just off the main streets of harajuku. 10 second walk ! Very small though so dont expext to want to spend much time in the room even by japanese standards. But when your so close to everything why would you. Was clean and cozy and the host was very helpful.
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About the Host, Jan
Hi, I'm a friendly Thai female IT professional who has been living in Tokyo for longer than 10 years. Tokyo is my second home. I'd be happy to answer your questions or give you recommendations about this amazing city -- straight from my experience. Hope you love Tokyo like I do and come back again to visit us.
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