Our guest house has two bed rooms with 4 single beds and 2 sets of Futon. So availability is 6 person. The capacity of the house is 70 m2. It is quite roomy for 6 person. As we provide kitchenware and tableware, you can cook by yourself. Or you buy foods such as Yakitori, Sushi, Japanese delocatessen at the shop of shopping street.
Tokyo is a wonderful place to visit, and our stay in Kei`s guest house made our holiday extra special.
Kie came to meet us at the train station to guide us to his lovely guest house.
The area where we stayed is Fabulous and the local people are friendly and helpful.
Thank you Kei for your kindness on our arrival to your wonderful country.
This beautiful guesthouse is easily reached via the Keikyu line, which connects to the Shinagawa station. From there the JR Yamaonte line can connect to all the popular stations (Shinjuku, Akihabara, Ueno, etc.)
Although the location is not the most central there are other benefits, my favorite one was walking through a charming plaza full of restaurants, convenience/toy stores and other specialized stalls. Some of the nearby restaurants were very good.
We missed Kei’s email asking him to be notified when we arrived so he could meet us at the station, but his explanations (and maps) were so good we eventually met him directly at the guesthouse.
The guesthouse was very nice (looked exactly like the photographs) and had the basic amenities.
Every appliance (washer, heater, vacuum, DVD player, etc.) had notes with English descriptions and everything was very well organized.
Although the house was not equipped with a clothes dryer, there is a close by laundromat (for rainy days). Seems Japanese houses usually don’t have dryers (as this is seen as a waste of space and electricity) and it is evident by all the hanged clothes in all the houses around.
We only saw Kei twice, but he helped us a lot via emails (replying to questions, restaurant reservations, etc.) He is a great person, very responsible (replying extremely fast to emails) and went the extra mile to meet our expectations.
Would we stay here again? Absolutely! (if we are allowed.... of course).
My son (15 years old) asked me if we could return to Comiket (Comic Market) next year, and to stay at Kei’s guesthouse again.
Thank you Kei for all the memories.
Our family's first trip to Japan and Kei, the owner, made it so memorable. He was able to accomodate our last minute booking, picked us up at the station, gave us a sake and chocolates as a welcome gift. The house is a traditional japanese house, with kitchen, tub, washing machine. We had some misunderstanding with the check out date, but we are extremely grateful that Kei is very respectful, called us, waited for us (we were 40 mins away) and did not throw our things outside while he prepare the house for the incoming guest. It's like 10-15 mins walk from the Zoshiki station, very convenient to buy food at 711, bakery along the way. We loved our stay and will definitely stay at this house again. Thanks Kei!