Pular para o conteúdo
Welcome to my apartments!!Please use it as your stay in Tokyo. You will enjoy it.
Welcome to my apartments!!Please use it as your stay in Tokyo. You will enjoy it.
  • Welcome to my apartments!!Please use it as your stay in Tokyo. You will enjoy it.
  • Semi double size(122×195cm)bed
  • kitchen area
  • "Manekineko" is an ornamental beckoning cat.
It is usually made of clay which is often found
in restaurants and shops in Japan. It is believed
to draw visitors and customers.
  • Calm House near Shinjuku/Shibuya#503
  • Access from Narita Airport / Haneda Airport & Tokyo Station
  • Access from Narita Airport / Haneda Airport & Tokyo Station
  • Aceesses From Tokyo Main Stations
  • You can relax,
  • 「Japanese sword」"Tenugui" a piece of cotton cloth has been always essencial tool for the Japanese. Not only was it used as a wiping tool like a towel or a handkerchief but it was also used as a bandage or a headwear in the old days.
On the other hand, since it was possible to dye various graphic design on the Tenugui, it came to be used in the place of a greeting card or a business card.
And recently people have found more various way to use it from place mats to a tapestry for decorating their homes.How to use this piece of cotton cloth is up to you!
  • Entrance,Semi double size(122×195cm)bed
  • You can cook. Frying pan, there is a dish, seasoning.
  • It is the bathroom of your dedicated.
  • Washing machine
  • Clock
  • Balcony
  • You can cook in the kitchenette.
  • Calm House near Shinjuku/Shibuya#503
  • You can let the laundry dry on the balcony.
  • “Keio New Line”route map.
  • Train map.
  • Hatagaya Station is 2 metro stops from Shinjuku.
  • "Hatagaya station"entrance
  • Shibuya bound bus.To Shibuya it will arrive in about 25 minutes.
  • It is recommended to go by bus to Shibuya
  • There is a McDonald's in hatagaya station
from my place, it takes 5 minutes to walk
  • “daiei” supermarket from my place, it takes 5 minutes to walk
  • 24-hour supermarket in the station building of Hatagaya.
  • “Seven Eleven” convenience store from my place, it takes 7 minutes to walk
  • “Family Mart” convenience store from my place, it takes 5 minutes to walk
  • There is a Lawson. It is open 24 hours a day.
  • “MOS BURGER ” A hamburger shop from my place, it takes 2 minutes to walk
  • “Kaisen Don”Sashimi Rice Bowl shop from my place, it takes 5 minutes to walk
  • “Noren” store curtain.Shop curtains adorn the entrance ways of Japanese restaurants. They usually have the shop's symbol or crest printed on them as an advertisement. They are hung outside when the shop is open and taken down when it is closed.
  • coffee shop from my place, it takes 5 minutes to walk
  • “Yuzu no ki ” soba shop from my place, it takes 5 minutes to walk
  • Supermarket from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • Liquor store  from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • Supermarket from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • Flower shop from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • Variety store  from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  •  pharmacy  from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • Japanese Snack shop  from my place, it takes 4 minutes to walk
  • “Gamushara”ramen house from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • coffee shop from my place, it takes 3 minutes to walk
  • It takes just 20 mins on foot to get to Shinjuku!
  • Classic-
Shopping distric. Japanese
  • Japanese sword shop shopping district a 2-minute walk.
  • Shinjuku until 2 Station!
This photo electric town!
  • In front of the Shinjuku i-Land Tower
  • Festival of autumn!
  • “Cherry blossoms”
Cherry blossoms bloom between late March and April, in Tokyo, Osaka and Kyoto.
  • Japanese people love cherry blossoms not only because they are beautiful but also because they only bloom for a very short period.
  • “The kimono” is the traditional Japanese national costume worn 
with a sash, or obi. It is principally made of wool, cotton and silk.

Nowadays young people wear the kimono less frequently and only 
for special occasions, such as the New Year's Day, Coming-of-Age 
Day or wedding receptions.

Even though it's beautiful to look at, the kimono does not allow 
much freedom of movement and is quite expensive compared 
to Western clothes.

Few young people can put on a kimono by themselves either, and 
some go to kimono schools to learn how to put one on.

The informal cotton kimono worn in the summer is called yukata.
  • Calm House near Shinjuku/Shibuya#503
  • Welcome to my apartments!!Please use it as your stay in Tokyo. You will enjoy it.
  • Calm House near Shinjuku/Shibuya#503
  • Calm House near Shinjuku/Shibuya#503
1 / 58
Welcome to my apartments!!Please use it as your stay in Tokyo. You will enjoy it.