Event coordinator, artist & writer. I speak English, Japanese, and Spanish. Most of the time I am living in El Segundo with my family.
This is a condominium that I have been renting from August 2011 to accept the people who need a temporary habitat, especially the tsunami victims from Japan. However, through the experience of accepting people without any system, it was very hard to support people. I decided to be a member of Airbnb to learn about their support system and policies.
Since November 2011, I have already had more than 100 people through Airbnb. This is very interesting experience. it is like "off line social media reality world" I had some bad experiences, too. Every time something happens, I report to Airbnb. There are people who want to pay cash to me. But I strongly suggest you to "go through Airbnb" That is for both host and guest. You never know what kind things are going to happen to you. I think that people who started Airbnb is so brave,seriously.
As I am pretty busy with my own job as an event coordinator and several community activities, There are so many nice reviews about me. But the reality is that I have some guests that I couldn't take care of in proper way. Mostly it is because I don't have enough time to stay here. I try to provide this place as it is. I am very easy going and flexible, friendly enough to accept so many people within this short time.
Please remember to contact me before you check in and send me enough information about your stay and yourself for me to accommodate for your plan with time.