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I am an electrical engineer and work for a company constructing petrochemical refineries abroad.
Then I am very interested in interacting with people in different cultures.
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We arrived at So's after biking through the rain from Tokyo. He helped us with our bags and found a place for all our wet gear. There was a warm bed and towels at the ready. He is a gracious host with a beautiful home.
It was a simple and adequate sleep and go set up. I slept on a futon in the kitchen in the small studio apartment with So in the living room/bedroom separated by a sliding door. Bathroom is tiny and I meant tiny but adequate. Directions are a bit difficult if you don't read Japanese/Kanji Chinese. It's about one hour from Haneda airport on crowded subway/trains from early morning.
^_^It is also very good.I like there very much.
So was helpful, met me at the nearest station and we even had a nice dinner together in a restaurant nearby. His apartment is quite small and it was very warm in July without air conditioning, but it was also quiet and the mattress was comfortable.
So san was very friendly and hospitable. He is full of helpful information and is willing to share. The living area is small and outside of the city; perfect if you want to come back and relax after spending the day (and night) surrounded by people and flooded in lights. I recommend staying here if you don't mind roughing it a bit; taking long rides/walks into the city, sleeping on a futon, and eating local food. Again, it was a great experience! The only downfall to staying here is that you have to work around So san's schedule, which usually involves early wake-ups (5/6AM), besides that all was good.
So is a nice guy. It was little confusing to get to his place. He later met me in the city and led me to his place. I recommend this place for anyone who needs a place only to sleep. The bathroom is also more of a Western style with toilet, tub, and sink all in the same room. It's also quite small.
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Shibasaki is a really nice and helpfull person. He gave me lots of advices and told me many things about the Japanese culture.
The accommodation is quite well located and provide all the basics.
I strongly recommend it to all traveller who is looking for a cheap place and a nice host to talk with.
this is a great place if you are not a picky person. it provides almost all basic things, but to be honest, the toilet is a bit dirty. anyway, my toilet is not clean as well. the transportation is best. just walking distance to 天王町 station.
Very nice stay and close to public transportation - ideal place to stay during your visit in Tokyo!