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☆New 20%off☆Art in residence EDO NAGAYA asakusa

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☆New 20%off☆Art in residence EDO NAGAYA asakusa

4 guests2 bedrooms4 beds1 bath
4 guests
2 bedrooms
4 beds
1 bath

This detached one-story house was built 93 years ago and was once a typical type of housing in this area. We call this style “Edo nagaya”, a row house in past periods. In Tokyo, now it is rare to see this type of buildings which still survive after having witnessed wartime. You may here discover the history of common people during several eras such as Edo, Meiji, Taisho, and Showa periods. Inside the house, we have done renovation works with a particular manner, in order to conserve its original


Hair dryer

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
2 single beds
Bedroom 2
2 single beds
Common spaces
1 couch

House Rules

No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 11AM


27 Reviews

Andrew User Profile
November 2018
A rare chance to experience the inside of an old Japanese house. You’d have no idea what it was like on the inside from just seeing the outside. Yes - the building shows it’s age and modifications over the years but go expecting that and you will enjoy. I suspect it may get quite…
Mandy User Profile
October 2018
The owner of this place is a great host! responses were quick and helpful. there’s two station nearby, Omurai and Keisei-Hikifune. Both are almost the same distance and convenient depending on destination. As stated, house is old and you can smell the wooden ambience and feel as…
Mark User Profile
September 2018
This place was so interesting and I could not wait to stay there. It was spacious and well provisioned, perfect for one or two people to stay there. It looks a bit rustic from the outside and has some nice traditional touches but does also have all modern amenities like wifi, r…
Rudy User Profile
September 2018
Our stay at this place was a big highlight of our recent Japan trip. Definitely high up among the best Airbnb experiences we had so far. After a bunch of nights in regular Japanese hotels (which can be a bit 'sterile' after a while with their small uniform bathrooms and tiny beds…
Crany User Profile
September 2018
It's a great time when we spent there. A place with old time feeling and short distance to the train station. Would like to be there again. See you soon
Lluís User Profile
August 2018
It was a wonderful week in Sumida area with Daiko, wife and daughter. The old house, like a old houses of Edo era, was the perfect place after landing in Tokyo. If you arrives to Japan and it is your first time in this country, I suggest you the Daiko house before enter to the b…
Andrea User Profile
August 2018
Amazing traditional place to stay! the house is cool and stylish, and location handy. Host friendly and very responsive all the time. Only weakness, bed linen and towels not very clean. Highly recommended for a traditional inspired experience.

Hosted by Kuu

Sumida, JapanJoined in February 2018
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27 Reviews
Hello, I’m your host, Kuu Sumida. I am one of the members of “air Sumida”, Sumida stay and creation laboratory, which is conducting area studies and social experiments in Sumida ward, Tokyo. Providing accommodations, I would like to support your projects.
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Response time: within a few hours
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