Free alcohol disinfectant, alcohol hand gel and surgical mask for all guests. Suitable for couples, parties of less than four or families. Bookings are accepted from two or more people. Even if you use it alone, you need to make a booking for two people. You can occupy Hotel-like stylish rooms and bathroom with your own entrance and spacious balcony. It's Tokyo but it's quiet and calm. Free Wi-Fi. Handing the key is minimum service but we are ready for maximum by your requests.
“Great host and accommodation! Host is too kind to pick us up from the nearest station and even drop us to the supermarket. Very clean and nature like unit. Will come back again sure”
Our place is best choice for those who would like to visit big cities and great nature, spending more than 5 days. You can feel safe and comfort in a quiet residential area.
“The TRDL / 'Too Long, Didn't Read' version of my review is that Ken is basically the most amazing AirBnB host ever - and I say this as a host myself and a regular guest of hotels and private accommodation in multiple cities and countries around the world - and a genuinely fantastic person. The full version is here: on the day I was due to fly from London to LA then on to Tokyo to meet my 64-year-old father who was flying in from Melbourne to meet me so we could attend the Rugby World Cup semi-final (a trip we have been planning for over three years), I had an accident at Heathrow Airport and badly cut my finger. I was advised by the staff who performed emergency first aid that I really needed to go to hospital to get stitches, and as I wasn't prepared to miss my flights, I knew I had to seek medical attention immediately upon arrival in Japan. Obviously not the best way to start a 28-hour long stint of international travel! I messaged Ken to explain the situation and honestly, his response was heroic. Ken met my Dad at Narita International airport then collected me off my second long haul flight and took us both to the emergency room at a hospital near the accommodation. Ken stayed with me as I was seen by multiple nurses and a doctor, translating for me - I speak exactly three words Japanese - and bearing witness to the kind of gory injury, maintaining good humour and kindness throughout. Once I was all patched up, Ken drove Dad and I back to the accommodation to check-in. With all the extra time spent getting medical attention, this meant we arrived after midnight, and Ken even made sure we had swung past a late-night convenience store to buy snacks and drinks so we had supplies. There is no way my Dad and I would have been able to figure all this out on our own with the language barrier and jet-lag... honestly, if Ken hadn't rescued us we would have had a VERY stressful, expensive and upsetting first 24-48 hours in Japan, and we are just so grateful for the above-and-beyond support and assistance. As if this effort was not enough, a few days later Ken messaged to ask if Dad and I wanted to join he and another guest of his at a demonstration of samurai warrior arts at a local park in Machida. Again, Ken acted as our guide, translator and friend out of the goodness of his heart. It was an absolutely incredible experience, and one that we would never have even known was occurring if Ken hadn't notified us. The parade and subsequent demonstration of martial arts, swordsmanship, horse riding and archery (which were done at the same time) wasn't a touristy thing at all, in fact we were two of only a very small number of non-Japanese people watching the spectacle which was just so cool. The apartment itself is exactly as advertised: very compact; very clean; containing everything you need in a small space (I was grateful to be able to do some laundry); and an extremely economical option to stay close to Tokyo and - importantly for us - relatively close to Yokahama Stadium for the rugby. The most incredible value of the "Belong Anywhere" apartment is Ken himself... the way he went above and beyond for us as his guests was just mindboggling, and we feel lucky to now count Ken as our friend :)”
This is a great apartment for up to 2 guests in a nice suburb within easy reach of Shinjuku. The apartment is an easy 7 minute walk from the station and there are many shops and a beautiful Temple close by.
“It was close to the station and there were convenience stores and supermarkets around and it was very easy to live. Room was thin, but sound of train was not bothersome, too, it was clean and good”