Oi, meu nome é Tomoyuki.
Minha família (eu, esposa, 2sons) está ansioso para aceitar você!
Estou recebendo positivamente não apenas uma estadia de curto prazo, mas uma estadia de longo prazo.
◆ Os seus 10 benefícios de homestay em nossa casa.
(1) Perto da estação JR. E, você pode ir para a estação de Shinjuku em 40 minutos pelo trem de staiton mais próximo.
(2) Há um vaso sanitário e um chuveiro para uso exclusivo de você em seu quarto.
(3) Supermercado, restaurante * 1, bancos, loja de conveniência * 2, Correios estão na faixa de 5 minutos a pé.
* 1, incluindo sushi, Ramen. * 2 Seven-Eleven.
(4) O ar limpo e nenhum ruído.
(5) Você pode obter consultor de viagens de vocês. É mim :-) Tomoyuki.
(6) Você pode comer uma refeição Japanease especial minha esposa preparados a partir do momento de time.So delicioso!
(7) Vamos ir a vários lugares com a nossa família, se quiser! Viajando, Onsen (温泉), Japanease restaurante, passeios, shoping, caminhadas, praticar esportes e assim por diante.
(8) Você sempre pode usar o Wi-Fi no seu quarto.
(9) Você pode experimentar Japanease eventos tradicionais com a nossa família.
(10) Você não tem curfew.So você pode voltar para casa como você gosta.
O Resumo Espaço
Nosso prédio foi reformado há alguns anos atrás. Nosso tipo estúdio lugar é 13㎡.We têm uma cozinha, um banheiro (chuveiro, banheira, WC estilo ocidental), em estilo japonês), e espaço armazenamento.
Primeiro convidado: Single / Cama Futon ou
Segundo convidado: Single / Futon
Mesa, condicionador de ar, caixa de lixo, secador de cabelo, máquina de lavar / secar roupa, bicicletas, acesso Wi-FI, máquina de ebulição.
※ Para roupa, por favor use uma lavanderia nas proximidades
Conjunto Shampoo (shampoo, condicionador, sabonete)
toalhas de banho (※ 2 toalhas por pessoa)
5 minutos de caminhada até a estação mais próxima "Higashi Nakagami".
Nossa casa está localizada em um bairro tranquilo e você pode desfrutar de uma atmosfera calma.
Instalações nas proximidades nosso lugar
Loja de conveniência: 3 min. Andar
Mercearia (Super mercado): 1 min. Andar
Banho público: 1 min. Andar
Laundromat: 1 min. andar
※ Existem vários, muitos, poucos, restaurantes, necessidades diárias loja, você pode andar dentro de 5min.
Tempo necessário para ir para a área principal.
Haneda Airport: 80min. de trem
Narita Airport: 120min. de trem
Shinjuku: 40min. de trem
Shibuya: 45min. de trem
Akihabara: 45min de trem
Harajuku: 30min de trem
Asakusa: 60min de trem
Roppongi: 60min de trem
Pontos turísticos locais recomendados
「Memorial Park Shouwa」
「Akishima Hot Springs" Yuraku no sato "」
Outras coisas a Nota
Endereço: Tokyo Akishima cidade cidade tamagawa 4-6-6 # 101
Por favor, procure o endereço acima em (website hidden) mapa.
Podemos falar Inglês e Japonês.
Estamos muito fácil ir pessoas.
Política de Limpeza
Nós não entrar na sala e limpo durante a sua estadia para proteger sua privacidade.
Instalações na casa
- Acesso à Internet
- Alarme de incêndio
- Alarme de incêndio em cada piso
- Non Smoking
- Ar condicionado
Quartos disponíveis para reserva
Sobre a Área
Este lugar tem tanto a grande acesso ao centro e atmosfera calma como o país. Por que não aproveitar lento viver com fontes termais, grandes parques e Mt.Takao que ganhou 3 estrelas para a qualidade no Guia Michelin?
Instalações na área local
- Shopping center
- Parque de diversões
- Esportes náuticos
- Arena esportiva
- Clube de saúde
- Ponto de ônibus
- Estação de trem
Os anfitriões podem ou não oferecer um café da manhã simples de cortesia, a seu critério. Todas as outras refeições, incluindo um café da manhã completo, podem incorrer em um custo adicional, se oferecido. Refeições e qualquer pagamento adicional devem ser organizados diretamente com o seu anfitrião.
Incluido na estadia
- Café Da Manhã Simples
- Acesso à Cozinha
Regras da casa
Reembolso de 50% até 30 dias antes da chegada, exceto taxas
· Para um reembolso de 50%, o cancelamento deve ser feita 30 dias completos antes da verificação de locais de listagem no tempo (ou 3:00 se não especificado) no dia do check-in.
· As taxas de limpeza são sempre reembolsado se o hóspede não check-in.
· As condições de cancelamento podem ser substituídas pela Política Guest reembolso, cancelamentos de segurança, ou circunstâncias atenuantes. Leia estas exceções.
· Os impostos aplicáveis serão retidos e remetidos.
assuntos proibidos: Esteja ciente do seguinte.
Nenhum menores (inquilinos devem ter mais de 18 anos de idade).
Nenhuma entrada para não ocupantes
Nenhuma atividade com fins lucrativos, (isto é para residente em somente e não para outros fins)
Não há pessoas de fora podem ser trazidos para o seu quarto.
Não há cartazes ou fotografias ou outras mercadorias devem ser colocados em sua janela, pois isso pode causar danos ao nosso hotel.
Não utilização de nosso aquecedor, fogão, prima de ferro e outros produtos eletrônicos, exceto quando emprestado a você.
Sem ruídos excessivos, cantando alto, odores ou mau comportamento para com os outros.
Nenhum dos seguintes bens podem ser trazidos em: todos os animais, exceto cães-guia, pássaros, estimulantes, drogas, medicamento que é proibida por lei, explosivos e gasolina, produtos químicos que podem prejudicar o seu corpo, armas não licenciadas, espadas e armas semelhantes, mercadorias que se encontram em grande número e pesado, itens que têm um odor ruim, lixo e coisas que são anti-higiênico,
Obedeça a ordem pública e manter a moral básicos
Nenhuma distribuição de folhetos publicitários na vizinhança
No movimento da empresa, desde móveis ou utilização de mobiliário de modo inadequado. Sem remodelação do seu quarto e mobiliário.
Seus pertences deve ficar no seu quarto
Sem entrar em outros quartos para além do seu quarto reservado (exceto no caso de emergências ou circunstâncias inevitáveis)
Nenhuma coloração do cabelo e uso de agente de branqueamento em seu quarto
Nenhum comportamento anti-higiênico e perigoso
Disclaimer: Nós pode rescindir o contrato da sua estadia para qualquer um dos abaixo.
Membership com pessoas relacionados com gangues, terroristas e quaisquer grupos relacionados.
Qualquer hóspede que faça o seguinte: violência, ameaças, extorsão, exigências descabidas, jogos de azar, drogas sem licença, armas, posse e uso de espadas e artigos semelhantes, de outras acções ilegais e aqueles contra a ordem pública e sem moral básicos.
Todos os convidados com uma doença altamente contagiosa
Quaisquer hóspedes exigentes serviços irracionais e outras exigências descabidas
desastres naturais, instalações quebradas e outras situações inevitáveis
Fumar na cama e travessuras com equipamentos de incêndio, qualquer comportamento que pode provocar um incêndio.
Qualquer hóspede que permitem que outros para ficar em seu quarto, em vez de si mesmos.
Não é permitido fumar.
Great host, very very friendly and helpful. From my side I can only recomend staying with him and his wonderfull family.
I spent almost a month in Tokyo and had a great time. This is also thanks to Tomoyuki and his wonderful, caring family. I really enjoyed the time we spent together: all the dinners and activities like going to an onsen, or having a little birthday party were great and hearth-warming experiences!
I'd like to stay here again! :)
Tomayuki and his family were very nice and very helpful. We stayed here to be out of Tokyo and a little closer to the stadium for the Rugby World Cup, which suited us. The room was very tidy and clean but I would not recommend for two people as it is very small. 1 person would be perfect. The train station was an easy 5-10 minute walk and there is a bakery, bath house, small supermarket and other retailers nearby.
Este hóspede atribuiu ao anfitrião 5 corações, mas não deixou nenhum comentário.
Tomoyuki's homestay was absolutely perfect for us. He was super helpful and went above and beyond what we expected. The accomodation was very clean and was extremely well equipped with everything that we could have wanted or needed. We would absolutely stay with Tomoyuki and his family again, they were just so lovely.
Stayed for 2 weeks and I wished I'd stayed much longer, I had a great experience a very welcoming and friendly family to stay with, that has very good home cooking as well. the area itself is beautiful and my room was so cosy and relaxing, I will definitely be back in the future!
In October 2018, I spent 7 days and nights with the family of Tomoyuki in the wonderful city of Akishima in Tokyo prefecture. I am already well acquainted to the area, as my very first home stay was in Tachikawa, a city close by, which I somehow fell in love with and which I try to visit every time I am in Japan.
My home stay at Tomoyuki’s place still was more an “accident”, as the friend I wanted to visit in Kyoto became sick and couldn’t accommodate me. So when the urge to find a place in Kyoto or Osaka arose, it unfortunately turned out that there was no place for me to stay. Same in central Tokyo area … So I somehow had to find a place in a time frame of maybe four days before my plane was leaving for Japan. Tomoyuki was quick to react and immediately accepted my request, though from the beginning he told me that it was absolutely okay if I first checked if I liked the place or if I wanted to leave earlier.
As said before the area was more or less well-known to me, so I had no doubt it would be a great stay and said “no worries”.
My travel from Tachikawa station to Akishima went pretty smooth, and I had no problems to find the house. The way is easy to remember and Tomoyuki did a great job in describing it!
Tomoyuki and his family weren’t there at that time, as they had to take care of some business, but left the keys in a place we agreed upon earlier.
Surprisingly for me it turned out that I didn’t live in the families house, but had an own small apartment that was just located in the same house. The room was not all too big – at least for a big guy like me – but it was cozy and provided enough space for me and my luggage to feel comfortable. (At least I felt comfortable, can’t tell you what my luggage felt).
After the first “shock” of being completely responsible for myself, it became apparent that everything still was taken care of. I had a bed, a toilet, a kitchen niche with cooking equipment and (most important) a place to put on my laptop computer and internet connectivity.
I would like to express that this was pretty uncommon for me and I at the beginning felt a bit awkward. I mean – this was more like a holiday house, not a home stay in a common sense. It’s hard to explain and I don’t want you to get a wrong impression, but please understand that it is a different way of home-staying than you might be used to.
I am more used to taking part in a family’s life – interact, help and be helped, but in this case it felt more like living next door to each other – like … let’s say … like neighbors.
The first time I met Tomoyuki and his family in person I got quite a strong impression. All of them just radiate the energy of a heartwarming, wonderful family which you absolutely want to be part of. The boys are adorable and energetic, Tomoyuki is a great listener and a mind full of ideas and fun and his wife made the impression she was so amazed by the pure energy of the three other family members I from time to time wanted to pat her hand and explain to her that I felt the same.
In an earlier review I talked about how I felt on my very first home-staying, being afraid of breaking into an existing family and disturbing them. Well … yeah … that was exactly the feeling I had at this moment.
Normally I am a pretty straight-forward person. I immediately know if I like someone or not. In this case it was hard for me to make out a point from where I could tell how I should (and could) react to the family. I missed the interaction in the beginning pretty much, especially as there was another guest doing stuff with the family I am used to doing with a home stay family: Going somewhere together, having dinner, playing and so on. I really got the feeling of “maybe they don’t like me”?
In a short period of just a few days the building of a relation to the family accommodating you is not easiest. (And to be honest – that’s the reason I do home-staying for: Being with a family, getting some insight into the life of another culture, and maybe understanding how and why people in different countries are – or are not - different). I know: It can always be an on and off relationship before you finally find a way to connect.
In this case it took maybe three, four days for us to bond, and after that things went pretty different. We did barbecue together, went to a public bath and I did a lot of stuff with the boys (they broke my record on Duolingo trying to learn English …). But that was just a short period. Three days later I already had to leave, which at that moment hit me quite hard, as I just had found a way of interaction and started to feel comfortable.
So don’t get a wrong impression, please. This family is wonderful and heartwarming. It just maybe takes you a bit longer to really find a connection point.
The house of Tomoyuki is located maybe a 5-10 minute walk away from Higashi-Nakagami station, where the local train between Akishima and Tachikawa is stopping. The next bigger hub is Tachikawa, from where you can take different lines towards Tokyo and other hubs in the greater Tokyo area. Notice that to central Tokyo it will take you somewhere between 30 and 50 minutes, depending on the train you take.
And if you don’t want to enjoy the pulsating heart of Japans capital, you can spend your time exploring Akishima and/or Tachikawa. There are many places to see, and especially the Tachikawa Showa-Kinen-Park is a beauty in Spring, Summer and Autumn.
Maybe you just want to go down the road and meet Japanese locals? Then the suburban area around Tomoyukis house will be the perfect spot for you.
I for example met an elderly woman there. Her English was bad, my Japanese worse, so we understood each other perfectly and went to a shop near Higashi-Nakagami station, where she showed me some fruits and ingredients for Japanese cuisine.
Another day I met a former box champion (at least he told me he was a box champion) now running a gym in Akishima.
Though it was just a rather small stay, I made the acquaintance of quite a lot of people who were amazed to see a big European guy walking in the center of the suburbs trying to speak Japanese and of course they were eager to learn more about who I was and where I came from.
A wonderful experience and especially the last evening at Tomoyukis house, meeting his Father and Mother and dining with the whole family exchanging wonderful and funny stories was the final highlight to my time in Akishima.
But then again – on the next day I had to leave early on a 7-hour ride from Akishima to Fukuoka. And during that time it struck me that I, though I had felt weird in the beginning, already missed the small energetic family I left near Higashi-Nakagami station. I just didn’t have enough time around them.
Which is a perfect reason to come back one day …
Such a nice family. Cutest funniest kids too. It's hard to enumerate all the nice things they did for me, so I'll give a short list here: took me to a zen temple to meditate for two hours one morning (at the crack of dawn-ish); brought me to an old authentic unagi (eel) restaurant for a feast; invited me to floorball practice (crazy fun); introduced me to a number of other travelers, all of whom were really interesting; brought us to a sentou (communal bath house); the list goes on. But their personalities and warmth were perhaps the greatest gift. Highly highly recommended!
Tomoyuki is a great host, and is very passionate about making the experience for the guest as good as possible. The rooms are maintained very well with a toilet and sink, but are suited better for one person, maybe two if you go outside a lot and only come back to sleep. For this reason I ended up having my most memorable experiences during my stay with Tomoyuki.
The location is perfect for the suburban Japanese experience. I stumbled into a small street festival once and was very confused, so a friendly (drunk) Japanese man tried to explain it to me in the simplest way possible. I loved interacting with people outside of the main city. They are always surprised to see an American wandering the streets ordering ramen in Japanese. It is very helpful to be able to understand even a little Japanese when coming here. It would be very rare for restaurants and stores to have English menus or labels. Getting around using trains and buses is still possible with English only, but you will lose a lot of opportunities for interaction if you do not speak the language. The locals are not as proficient in English as they are in the heart of Tokyo.
The proximity of Tomoyuki's home to Nakagami Station is unbelievable. It's a less than 10 minute walk to the station which take you to Nakano or Shinjuku stations in the city, and from there, anywhere you want. There is also a grocery store less than 2 minutes away, which I frequented for most of my meals. In terms of local attractions, there are a few parks and shrines nearby, but nothing crazy. There are many small noodle shops and vendors selling directly out the front of their house, which can only be found outside the city.
This homestay is perfect for those who do not want the standard tourist experience. It will force you to explore and meet people. You will get to experience the gorgeous Japanese architecture that is mostly lost inside the cities, and the humbled and modest Japanese locals which have become my absolute favorite people in the world.
When I improve my Japanese ability, I would love to stay with Tomoyuki again for my second trip to Japan! - Patrick
I really have no words for how thankful I am for having met Tomoyuki and Maki, and how sad it made me have to leave. Staying with them has been an amazing experience, to say the least. They are the most caring and helpful family I have ever had the pleasure of staying with. Dinners with them were always fun and delicious, and I really loved being with Tomoki and Tomonari.
The room was perfect, and the time I spent with them was incredible. Whether it was with them, their family, at a ramen restaurant or at an onsen, I always had the best of times. It was truly incredible, and I can't wait to visit again.
Thank you Tomoyuki, Maki, Tomoki and Tomonari, for everything.
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