A clean, newly renovated and beautiful house which has 2 large bedroom and 1 large living dining room, equipped with almost everything you need!
The place is located at residential area so you can relax after your exploring day.
Only 7 min to the station.
- Nippori: 10min
- Ueno: 14min
- Asakusa: 20min
- Akihabara: 22min
- Good access to Narita and Haneda airport
Home WI-FI/Chromecast is provided!
※This is a short stay apartment so you need to conclude a fixed term lease agreement with us.
The house is only 7 minutes Horikiri-shobuen Station, great hub between Airport and tourist attractions.
Quite easy to come from both Narita and Haneda airport!
It's perfect for up to 5 adults with 2 large bedrooms and 1 living/dining room.
We never put different Airbnb guests at the same time, so if you book, it's all yours!
In this house you can use entire house by yourself with 2 bed rooms and 1 big living/dining room, bath room with bus tub (Full automated heating/reheating function), toilet.
- Living/Dining room
- Semi-double sofa bed
- Semi-double futon ×2(1 for a sofa bed)
- Full size kitchen
- Bath room with bath tab
Bed Room 1
-Double bed x2
Bed Room 2
-Double bed x2
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We will supply you with;
- TV (with Chromecast function)
- Home Wifi
- Clean bath towels and linen
- Body soap, shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, and tissues
- Hair dryer
- Full sized kitchen
- Fridge and microwave
- Plates, glasses, Wine glasses, cups, silverwares, and chopsticks
- Bathroom with bathtub (Full automated system)
- Air conditioners
- Washing Machine
Home supplies such as body soap, shampoo, conditioner, toilet paper, tissue, skin care products (lotion and cotton) and tooth paste are the one of services, so when those run out, please buy another one by yourself. We DO NOT restock and please DO NOT use spares in the room. We offer reasonable accommodation fee instead of it. Thank you.
Horikiri is great area.
There is a famous park called Horikiri Iris Garden (堀切菖蒲園) Which is very close to the house.
The garden was created during the Edo period, one of many iris gardens which flourished at the time as sightseeing destinations. The garden's irises reach their peak from early to mid-June. Other flowers such as Japanese apricots, tree peonies, winter cherries, and wisteria come into bloom throughout the year. The Seikan-tei restaurant, which is outfitted with a casual cafe corner, operates on the garden grounds and serves seasonal Japanese dishes.
Located in the northeastern part of Tokyo and bounded by the Edogawa, Nakagawa, and Arakawa Rivers, Katsushika Ward boasts of a prominent green riverine environment in the heart of Tokyo. Amidst the rich natural settings, warmhearted local residents cherish close and friendly exchanges in their daily lives. The essence of the shitamachi atmosphere (a term referring to the backstreet residential districts of Tokyo) remains noticeable in the ward.
Shibamata, a shooting location for a series of famous Japanese films,is home to a wide variety of popular historical spots such as Daikyo-ji Temple founded in 1629 (commonly known by the name "Shibamata Taishakuten"); a memorial hall that reproduces the film scenes shot in Shibamata; Yamamoto Tei, a refined Japanese shoin style of residential building that also incorporates Western-style architecture; and Yagiri-no-Watashi, the only traditional watashibune (ferryboat) service currently available in Tokyo. The ward has been working hard to preserve these assets to convey a traditional, typical image of Japan for future generations.
Other popular destinations in the ward include Horikiri Iris Garden, which is listed among "the best 100 beautiful scenes during the Edo Period" and was painted by Hiroshige Utagawa and other great ukiyoe artists, and Mizumoto Park, a leading metropolitan park in Tokyo noted for its beautiful riverine landscape. In the garden/park, famous Japanese irises, designated as the ward's flower,can be enjoyed early in summer(June).
Katsushika Ward is also linked to a Japanese association football manga that is popular throughout the world. Bronze statues of the manga's characters, located within the ward, attract many visitors, contributing to the vitalisation of the ward.
◉Convenience store, supermarket
・Family Mart Higashi-Horikiri 1-chome 1min on foot.
・Akafudado(Supermarket) 8min on foot.
At the eastern tip of Tokyo is Katsushika City. Packed with the retro flair of the shitamachi*, this district is brimming with budget gourmet eats from the past and it's just a 30-minute train ride from Tokyo's central area. Here are our 2 top picks for local specialties!
*Shitamachi is the area of Tokyo where the common people, merchants and artisans lived during the Edo period.
For here we choose two staple dishes that are very well known and loved by Japanese people. We have the lesser-known koppe pan (soft bread rolls) and oden (a traditional hotpot dish).
As you explore each restaurant we hope you will discover different part of Katsushika, each with their own unique vibe and special places to see.
------Yoshida Pan: Snack on Japan's Nostalgic Bread--------
If you visit Japan you will likely encounter these soft bread rolls called koppe pan. They are often given to school kids or enjoyed by adults as an energetic snack. Koppe pan takes its name from the French word coupé which means cut, and pan, which is the word used for bread in Japan. A beloved and nostalgic snack for many, koppe pan comes in innumerable varieties, both sweet and savory.
Yoshida Pan offers more than 50 different fillings, including seasonal flavors and weekend limited editions. Many of the fillings are recognizable by us westerners, like jam, custard cream and peanut butter. If you'd like to taste something more Japanese try the red bean paste (180 yen), matcha (200 yen) or black soybeans and kinako (200 yen). If you're not afraid to push your boundaries you might want to go for the classic yakisoba koppe pan, where they fill the roll with noodles grilled in a sweet and sour sauce. You can also make your own combos, like the red beans, matcha and whipped cream.
Choose your filling and watch them spread generous portions of it on the bread right in front of you. You can also grab a triangle-shaped pack of milk to go with them.
The shop is located in Kameari, a town that became the background for the famous manga Kochira Katsushika-ku Kameari Koen Mae Hashutujo (This is the police station in front of Kameari Park in Katsushika City). It isn't rare to see people getting a koppe pan at Yoshida and enjoying it in Kameari Park, where the home of the manga's protagonist Ryo-san is.
Yoshida Pan | 吉田パン
Address: 5-40-1 Kameari, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (Closes at 1:00 p.m. on Mondays) closes early if sold out.
Access: 4 min. walk from JR Kameari Station
*This shop is takeout only.
-------Nimousaku: Traditional Oden with Style---------
If you really want to dive into the shitamachi atmosphere, a visit to the retro town of Tateishi is due. Close to the Keisei Tateishi Station, this popular joint mainly serves oden and a handpicked selection of sake.
Their steaming oden pot is filled with classic dishes like daikon (210 yen) and some alternative choices like their basil-topped tomato (410 yen). Most ingredients are homemade and everything is prepared with love and care.
A great pairing for oden is atsukan (warm sake). They also have natural wine and other drinks. While their main thing is oden, here you'll also find many staples of the Japanese home-cooked cuisine.
Oden Nimousaku | おでん二毛作
Address: 1-14-4 Tateishi, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
Hours: 2:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. (Saturdays 12:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.)
Closed on Sundays and 3rd Monday of the month
Access: short walk from Keisei Tateishi Station on the Keisei Oshiage Line
Tipus de propietat
Katsushika City, Tōkyō-to, Japó