Otsuka Station (7 min. walk)
The room could be rent monthly!
Newly built in 2018, this is a cozy and high quality apartment which is only 5 mins on foot from Otsuka Station. Highly accessible to Shibuya, Harajuku, Ueno, Asakusa, Shinjuku, Tokyo,Ikebukuro, Roppongi, Akihabara by JR Yamanote Line without transfer. Besides, all furniture and electrical appliances are all brand new and all you may need for Tokyo living just one step away from my house.
-If you’re looking for a change of pace from the hyperactivity of Tokyo, this area is for you. Otsuka has the nostalgic feeling of downtown Edo (old Tokyo). Tucked within its back streets are small shopping arcades and old izakaya.
-From Otsuka station by train it is directly to Tokyo station, Akihabara station, Ikebukuro station, Shin Okubo station, Shinjuku station, Shibuya station, Tokyo station and so on, so do not worry about getting over riding due to language problems
-From 5 mins on foot from Otsuka station to the house. 2mins to convenient store and 4mins to supermarket. My house is located in quiet area so no need to worried be bothered by noise during night.
-Since the house is newly built in year 2018, the house is design in simple and modern style with fully space utilization.All furniture and electrical appliances are all brand new and bought from famous furniture store which I wish to create a warm atmosphere to my guest when they stay in my house
-The kitchen come with microwave, refrigerator, electric kettle, kitchen supplies (pot, frying pan, dish) etc are prepared. For those who likes to cook, you can go to supermarket nearby to buy local fresh ingredients and enjoy cooking time in house which you wont able to experience if you stay in hotel.
-1 toilet, 1 bathroom comes with bathtub and basin in the house which are separated so that 3 person can use it at the same time which can lessen your preparation time before go out. To minimize the weight of your luggage, we do also provide basic cleaning kits such as shampoos, conditioner, towels, body shampoos, hairdryer and washing machine in the house
-Tokyo has excellent public transportation, and its subway lines, JR trains and buses make it a breeze to travel around the city. Only one stop you can reach Ikebukuro which is a famous district among tourist which you could find Bic Camera, MUJI, Ichiran Ramen, Animate and few department store
-There is the Otsuka Shopping street and Tenso Shrine nearby, there are many kinds of restaurants, cafes, convenience stores, etc. It is the most convenient place for stay which you could experiment the local life here
-Route access in picture with an explanation from Haneda airport and Narita airport to my house will also be provided to guest after reservation confirmed.So it will be hassle free for my guest to reach my house.
Otsuka station is near to Ikebukuro station, on Tokyo’s busy JR Yamanote line. Conveniently located a few minutes from the metropolis’ bustling business, shopping and entertainment hubs, Otsuka is its own relaxed version of Tokyo.
The station itself is not too big. However, the area is bustling with people every August when more than 1,000 dancers participate in the Awa Odori dance festival. Other than that, the station area is a respite to those who are hanging out in Ikebukuro.
If you’re looking for a change of pace from the hyperactivity of Tokyo, this area is for you. Otsuka has the nostalgic feeling of downtown Edo (old Tokyo). Tucked within its back streets are small shopping arcades and old izakaya. One local bar to try is Edoichi, for some sashimi and (mostly) warm nihonshu (rice wine.)
A local Buddhist temple about a five-minute walk from the station fits right in with the nostalgic atmosphere. Built in the 1600s, Gokoku-ji is famous for being one of the only temples to survive American air raids during WWII.
After a bit of sightseeing, travelers may be ready for some food and drink. For food, there are numerous and cheap seafood, donburi (rice bowl) and yakitori restaurants. For those who want a drink, try some local joints like Speak Easy Bar, Bakushuan Otsuka for craft beer and Leandro wine bar.
Otsuka is your place for a reasonable bite to eat or a lively late-night rendezvous.