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I work for Adobe in Utah. I have a family (one wife and one boy) in Japan. I travel to US frequently for business (and for hiking and skiing :)
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Mak was courteous and observant of house rules. I would recommend him again.
Makoto Shimizu returned for a second stay at High Avenues Modern. He is a lovely guest who lives and works in his native Japan as well as in the United States. I look forward to his next stay and in the meantime I highly recommend Mak to other Airbnb hosts without hesitation.
This stay was a three-pete and we obviously love having Mak stay with us! He is a great guest in every sense - clean, quiet, considerate. He shortened his original length of stay, but no matter, we enjoy his company and look forward to seeing him again!
Mak is a 'repeat' guest and we were so glad he booked another stay with us! He is so knowledgeable and speaks perfect English! We enjoyed discussing our love for all things healthy and even though he gave us a scare when he was gone for three days, it was all good because he had ventured off with work colleagues to the top of Utah's tallest point, King's Peak! We how to see Mak many more times!
Makoto Shimizu is a very nice person and a wonderful Airbnb guest. I really enjoyed having Mak, and his 13-year-old son Ikumi, here for a short stay. Mak is extremely considerate, helpful, clean and communicates clearly with impeccable English. I highly recommend Makoto to other Airbnb hosts without hesitation.
Mac was here for a conference so we were mostly passing ships. he was a good guest and would welcome him back.
What a happy guy Mak is! Friendly and polite, very respectful, and kept everything clean. Although we only chatted a few times due to crossing schedules, I enjoyed our conversations. We wish him the very best for the remainder of his time here in Utah, and hope to have the chance to host for him again.