Welcome to our cozy house! I'm Yukari .I live in same building with a daughter and my husband. The room has tatami mats and shoji.You can relax with a futon laid down. There is also beds in the western-style room, so please let me know what you want. Each room is also equipped with an anti-virus air cleaner.Don't worry. We had a Okonomiyaki restaurant on the first floor, love to communicate ,eating and drinking. Please feel free to ask anything.
“Yukari and her home exceeded my expectations! She made me feel right at home from meeting me at the train station, lunch in her restaurant, telling me about her neighborhood, to meeting her mother-in-law. She was always message away if I had any questions. Her accommodations were more than a enough for a person travelling alone (which was me) or with a family. Do not be concerned with her location in relation to Tokyo. I would take the bus (a maybe 5 minute walk from her house) to the JR Line or walk. And there was a 7-Eleven less then a mile away. Which I went to daily after a busy day of sightseeing. I would definitely stay at her place again! After my experience I see why she is so popular. Thank you again Yukari!”
ホスト滞在型一軒家の一室です。 ※注意※ この部屋は1人しか泊まれません。 2人でご利用の場合はPrivate room in Yokohama 2をご利用ください。 主なアクセス ・みなとみらい…20分 ・横浜中華街……25分 ・パシフィコ横浜…20分 ・横浜アリーナ…30分 ・羽田空港空港…40分 ・新横浜(新幹線)…20分
“This was an excellent place to stay for my work trip to Keio University. My commute was a 15-min walk to the Tokyu line and then 15 min on the train, and the room had a desk and couch for me to work at in the evenings. The neighborhood has a unique character with the small, windy, and somewhat hilly roads. A 7-11 is 3 min away on foot. Tomoe was an excellent host -- it was raining when I arrived at the nearby train station, so instead of walking the ~20 min with my luggage from the JR station, she came to pick me up in her car. This was certainly above expectations. I highly recommend staying here if you want to visit the greater Yokohama area and want to stay in a residential area.”
A new apartment. By bus, even Hodogaya is 8 minutes. It's a train for 21 minutes to Kamakura. The bathroom and the restroom are different. There is also a mini kitchen. It's for exclusive use of course.
“Hiroyuki-san is an excellent Airbnb host and there are many little touches with his apartment that would suit any traveler. The apartment is easy to find from Hodogaya Station and the bus at stop No. 1. Then you get off 4 bus stops later and its an easy, slightly uphill walk to the apartment. This is a Japanese style apartment with futon sleeping arrangements and its probably best for 1 or 2 adults. I was there for nearly 2 weeks over the Rugby World Cup and used the apartment more as a base for my belongings as I travelled around Japan to various games. Might suit someone for similar use in 2020 for the Olympics? All you need is in the apartment and there is a great washing machine/dryer for clothes. Also should have mentioned earlier, there is an excellent little supermarket at the No. 1 bus stop at Hodogaya Station and its open until midnight. 2 or 3 nice restaurants close the Bus Stop No. 1 as well. Catching the bus back to the station or to Yokohama Station is easy, look for the stop across the road where you got off on your way to the apartment. Thoroughly recommend.”