1st Floor of new house is now converted for lodging. Only one group can occupy 2 rooms (One is bed room another is Tatami space with mini-kitchen. The guest can put 2 Futons in Tatami Space.)
Refregerator, Toilet and Bathroom is only for guests` use
The Guests can use the first floor of the house.
The house is just built December 2015. In the first floor, there are 2 rooms. One room can be used as a living room. This room has a Tatami and Kotatsu. This space can be converted into a sleeping room in the night for max 2 person with Japanese Futon.(But we recomend to use 1person to keep comfortable space) Another room is bed room with one double size bed. In the first floor, there is a bathroom (with tub) just for your use. Our recommendation is to occupy by a couple plus friend or couple with small children.
Zugang für Gäste
just 3-4 minutes` walk from Sensoji Temple. Area has a lot of good Restaurants. The area has a traditional Geisha Union's Office(Kenban), Japanese Public Bath House. We are located in the north of Sensoji and Subway Station of Asakusa (Ginza Line and Toei Asakusa Line) is located in the south of Sensoji
Interaktion mit Gästen
We are in the second floor.During your stay, in case you need any support, guidance etc., we are pleased to help you. Every early morning, you can walk around the town with us (Japanese Blood KISHU dog named RIKI want to run around Sensoji and surroundings)
Weitere wichtige Infos
The space is not big enough for 4 big adults.
If a couple occupy the space, it will be very comfortable.
If a couple with small children, it seems OK also.
If a couple with one adult, it may OK.
Please take good care of equipments/furnitures etc., of your room
He trabajado con la compania Japonesa de Comercio Exterior por casi 20 anos. Vivia various paises en America Latina tal como Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico y Peru. Soy Hispanohablante.
Con mucho gusto estoy dispuesto en darles ayudas necesarias para que Ustedes puedan disfrutarse sus estadias en Tokio. Vivimos en Asakusa un lunar donde se puede encontrar con muchas cosas historicas y traditionales. Vivo con un Perro de rasa Japonesa se llama RIKI.
I have been working with Japanese Trading Firm more than 30 years. I used to live in Latin American countries such as Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Peru for almost 18 years. My second language is Spanish. Of course I do speak English also as my 3 rd language. Asakusa is a charming place where it is not necessary to put air. You can live with casual manner. We have Japanese Blood Dog (kishu inu) named RIKI.