This apartment is a "get what you pay for" place. I was mainly looking for a place to sleep at night and leave our stuff while we were out, as we were only staying for two nights. The apartment is very close to a subway (keisei, not JR), so if you don't mind the 30 minute trip to Tokyo, it's not too difficult to get to places. There is a 7-11 and a take out food place nearby, which was convenient. Paul was very responsive, responding within 15 minutes of all my questions and concerns. The place itself is just ok. A little older and rundown, but not super dirty. It's small, but nothing unexpected. It was okay to fit two people comfortably. I didn't cook in the apartment, but it looked like all supplies were there if needed. The wifi would have been helpful if it worked. I messages Paul about the wifi, which he insisted the instructions were in the PDF he sent and on the back of the device (they were not). Anyway, after 4 people could not figure out how to connect to the wifi, one of the neighbors was nice enough to let us borrow his (also supplied by Paul) since he was not using it. This one was a little spotty. Sometimes it was difficult to connect in the apartment, especially during the nighttime, but otherwise worked ok. The cold water in the kitchen did not work, which Paul had mentioned to us before we checked in, but after we booked the room. This wasn't too much of a hassle. The water in the shower was fine. The biggest problem I had was the unwanted guests. We were joined by a spider and greeted by a cockroach the night we checked in. It quickly scurried into the cracks of the bathroom floor. Although I never saw it again, it made me paranoid for the rest of the stay. Honestly, if you don't mind the cons, are on a really tight budget, and just looking for a place to sleep, this place might be ok for you. But don't expect it to be anything that it isn't.