About the Homestay
Hi! We are a family of four, me, my husband and 2 friendly kids.
We are enjoyning cultural exchange by hosting our guests.
Our home is an independent house. Guests can enjoy the entire first floor exclusively, with fully equipped bathroom / kitchen and dining room. Me and my family live at the second floor so guests can enjoy all the access in the first floor for 24 hours.
Our house is located 17 mins. to Ueno station, 18 mins. to Asakusa Station and 30 mins. to Tokyo Station by train.
The nearest train station is only 4 mins. walk from our house.
Very convenient area. Within 3 - 7 mins. walking distance, we have a big shopping center, some super markets, many cafes, restaurants and a local shopping street where you can find real life of the residents of this area. In the shopping center, there are all kinds of Japanese products so it is suitable to get unique and inexpensive souvenirs.
This area is also safe, clean and quiet.
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
Bedrooms available for booking
About the Area
Our house is located 17mins. to Ueno station,18 mins. to Asakusa station and 30 mins. to Tokyo station by Train.
The nearest train station is only 4 mins. walk from our House.
This area has big shopping mall, super markets, discount shop, convenient stores, spa, movie theater all kinds of clinics in walking distance.
Local Area Facilities
- Shopping Centre
- Bus Stop
- Train station
Hosts can offer a complimentary light breakfast at their discretion. All other meals will incur an additional cost. Meals and any additional payment should be arranged directly with your host.
Included in the stay
- Use of Kitchen
Only registered guests are allowed in our house.
If house key is lost, the cost to replace is JPY5,000, so please be careful not to let that happen.
As this is the residential area, please pay attention not to make loud noise, especially after 9:00pm.
Smoking is not allowed.
We had a wonderful stay with Naoko and her family! This was my boyfriend and I's first visit to Japan and we couldn't have had better hosts to help us get accustomed to our new surroundings. Naoko is so kind and friendly, and was nice enough to meet us at the train station when we arrived-- she even brought along umbrellas because it was snowing! Her home is very comfortable and we were allowed access to the first floor while she and her family stayed on the top floor. Our area included a futon room and a small kitchen/entertainment area, plus shower room and bathroom. We really enjoyed spending our mornings here and being able to relax and get ready before heading out to explore Tokyo.
Naoko was so kind as to prepare us lunch on our arrival day, and we had fun learning how to make temaki sushi! The next day, she invited us to join her and another homestay family for a homemade okonomiyaki dinner. We got to eat lots of okonomiyaki and spend time with the other guests, as well as Naoko's husband and two children. It was such an unforgettably wonderful experience getting to have a homemade Japanese dinner while learning to make origami with the kids! My boyfriend and I were so touched by the kindness and generosity we were shown. I am so grateful to Naoko and her amazing family; we hope to stay with them again the next time we visit Tokyo!
The best. An experience that you will never forget. Always helping and kind host that never let you hanging without an answer.
Naoko is a terrific host. Her home is an independent house, in which the guests can enjoy the spacious entire first floor, with fully equipped bathroom / kitchen and dining room. She lives at the second floor with her husband and two very adorable kids. Around her home there are a lot of restaurants and shops, including a wellness centre and a natural hot spring, which looks appealing, unfortunately our trip was too packed to try it out. Naoko's home provides an ideal homestay destination for travellers who wants to experience local Japanese family lifestyle with convenient transportation to center Tokyo.
Naoko was a very kind and accomodating host. She picked us up from the station and even prepared dinner for our first night. Really took care of me when I got sick unfortunately. Definetly Would stay here again if I have a chance to visit Tokyo again.
Naoko was so kind to share her house with us. She picked us up from the station, took care of all amenities (tatami, towels, kitchen, washer and dryer) and let us stay in a well sized space. Naoko is well traveled and easy to talk to about different experiences. Thanks so much Naoko :)
Ms Naoko is a nice host and her place is well kept.
The room is spacious and has all the basic needs for guests.
It is about 10 mins walk from Nishiarai train station, on flat ground.
There are 2 malls nearby to the place. One beside the train station and the other about 10 mins walk from home.
Is a peaceful neighbourhood and very safe during the night.
Recommended for those who wish to experience staying in a family home while in Tokyo.
Naoko and her family are welcoming, helpful and friendly.
It was nice to know them and I hope to have the opportunity to go another time to stay with them.
The available space is clean and equipped with every comfort.
The district is quiet and convenient to restaurants, shopping centers and the train station from which you can easily reach the center of Tokyo.
I highly recommend a stay from Naoko and her beautiful and warm family!
Naoko is a very attentive and kind person who made sure I had a nice time in Japan. She showed me around the neighborhood, she invited me to family outings on several occasions, and even prepared fruit plates for me when I fell sick. Her two children are also very fun to be around.
The guest room is a traditional Japanese-style room, which means the isolation is not that great, and that there is a futon. Having said that, I had no problems sleeping. There is a kitchen, toilet and shower (not shared with the family) which I could use whenever I wanted. That was really convenient and is something that you don't normally get to see during a homestay.
Train connections are very good and straightforward, I found myself not even looking at the train schedule after the first few days. There are many facilities in walking distance (supermarkets, a shopping mall with a cinema, massage and hair salons, karaoke, gyms). It's a suburb area of Tokyo, so it's a good place to relax after having too much fun in the city centre.
All in all a host I can recommend. Naoko won't bother you if you just want to do your own thing, but she will be there for you in case you need any help or just want someone to talk to.
We only stayed for one night at Naokos place, but it was a very nice environment and i can recoment it to everyone else.
Very kind and welcoming family! Thank you for letting me stay at your place.
How do I book?
Contact the host to check their availability and ask them any questions you have about staying with them. Once the host confirms they’re available for your dates, you can complete your booking.
When do I pay?
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When can I share my contact details?
Host and Guest email address, phone number and home address will be exchanged in a confirmation email sent to both immediately after a booking is completed. It's against our policy for Guests and Hosts to exchange direct contact details via our messaging system.