安静,舒适,宽敞的东京住宅!

Itabashi/Ikebukuro - Itabashi-ku, Japan寄宿家庭

关于此寄宿家庭

城市 舒适干净
  • 欢迎
  • 男性
  • 女性
  • 情侣
  • 家庭
  • 学生

(我是'寄宿家庭'的新手,但我已经在另一个网站上主持了超过4年。我有2个私人房间可供预订,R1和R2 ......两个房间都在3F)
曾经想过想要留在当地的家中,在您访问东京期间沉浸在当地的生活方式和文化中吗?保证旅行的最佳方式是体验文化,而不是将其视为旅游者。
位置便利,坐落在一个安静的安全住宅区,火车到池袋8分钟,新宿18分钟,涩谷29分钟,CBD大手町/东京站21分钟。乘火车或公共汽车到市中心不到30分钟。
舒适,温馨......甜蜜的家!

房屋设施
  • 花园
  • 自行车
  • 洗衣
  • 停车场
  • 电视
  • 网络连接
  • 烟雾报警器
  • 空调

可预订客房

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R1 ..宽敞的单人间可容纳2人
每晚每间 ¥4,588
双人房
留宿2

卫生间 分享(与家人/其他客人)
1 单人, 1 日式床垫 床位

客房可订无房可住

您的私人房间位于3F,配有1张舒适的单人床(100x200cm)和房间内的空调/暖气。您的私人卫生间配有卫洗丽系统,坐浴盆和座椅加温。

设施
  • 书桌和灯
  • 空调
  • 梳妆台/抽屉
  • 衣柜/衣橱
  • 床头柜/床头桌
  • 镜子
  • 吹风机
 1 位客人
2 位客人
每晚价格
¥4,588
¥5,588
R2..Cozy主卧室... 21分钟到东京/新宿站
每晚每间 ¥5,142
双人房
留宿2

卫生间 分享(与家人/其他客人)
1 单人, 1 日式床垫 床位

客房可订无房可住

您的私人主卧室位于3楼,配有1张舒适的单人床(100x200cm)和房间内的空调/暖气。您的私人卫生间配有卫洗丽系统,坐浴盆和座椅加热。

设施
  • 书桌和灯
  • 空调
  • 衣柜/衣橱
  • 床头柜/床头桌
  • 镜子
  • 吹风机
 1 位客人
2 位客人
每晚价格
¥5,400
¥7,188
周租价
¥36,000
¥50,316
您选择了夜晚入住价格预订费总计

关于此区域

距离附近的2个站点仅有几步之遥。
最近的车站是ITABASHIHONCHO ...步行5分钟即可到达MITA Line.Exit A3。
TOBU TOJO线的NAKAITABASHI站 - 步行10分钟。

想要在不远离城市的情况下尝试日本温泉吗?附近有天然温泉/温泉水疗中心,骑自行车10分钟值得一游...... Sayanoyudokoro温泉(温泉)
距离Shakuji河有6分钟的步行路程。在樱花季节,超过10,000树的樱花将盛开。优秀的地方可以看到樱花和沿河有趣的自行车/慢跑路线。
Sunshine City / Pocket Monster商店/ Namja Town /动漫商店和咖啡馆,餐馆.....所有都可以在池袋找到,乘火车只需8分钟。
东京大佛(Tokyo Daibutsu)是日本第三大佛像,距离酒店仅有几站路程。

当地设施
  • 公园
  • 健身房
  • 图书馆
  • 购物中心
  • 餐厅
  • 公交站
  • 火车站
  • 医院

餐食

请注意此房费只包含一顿简单早餐,中晚餐需额外收费。餐费和其他额外收费需与房主直接商谈。

包含在寄宿中
  • 使用厨房

房屋使用规定

客人可以在花园外吸烟。
办理登机手续的时间是下午2点之后的任何时间(灵活),并在上午11点退房(灵活)。
房子里没有鞋子。没有访客或额外的客人超出预订。
丢失钥匙,你将被收费...... 10,000日元。失去了自行车...... 6000日元

仅室外可吸烟

5 评价

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    United States
    年龄 25 - 34

    5 心
    六月 2019

    The stay was amazing. When I booked the room Serina immediately contacted me and sent me all of the directions to her house, including options I have never thought of. The directions were spot on. I got to her house pretty quickly. The room was a very good size with your own bathroom on the third floor. Everything was provided, a towel shampoo and some body wash. Which is amazing for those traveling light. When I sat down with Serina we had some really good conversations, I felt like we have known each other and were separated for only a short time. I felt right at home. Serina gave me great instructions on how to get places that I wanted to visit and even pointed out a few that I haven't thought of which turned out to be really fun. I would highly recommend staying here as the house is super clean and has a nice home vibe in a residential neighborhood away from the noise of the city, yet still very conveniently located next to 2 subway lines. Serina, thank you so much for having me over and making me feel welcome in your home.

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    France
    年龄 25 - 34

    5 心
    五月 2019

    Le logement était proche du métro et Serina est juste géniale accueillante souriante très dispo dès qu’on lui demandait un renseignement on avait la réponse directement n’hésitez Pas foncez chez Serina !

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    Austria
    年龄 35 - 44

    5 心
    四月 2019

    Before getting to my actual review, let me first say a few things about myself, to give all the following things some better context:
    My name ist Stefan, I'm a 37 year old traveller from Europe and about a year ago it happened that I somehow fell in love with Japan. Even though I only speak a few words Japanese (and my English skills are on a rather average level) I ended up being very interested in everything that's connected with that miraculous country. From culture to society - you name it. In addition to that I would also describe myself as a person and tourist who can - depending on the situation - be both extroverted (with an extro-portion of childlike curiousity) or someone who - if necessary - plays on the more introverted side of life, someone who is perfectly fine staying quietly in the background or 2nd row.
    My second visit to Tokyo I wanted to be fundamentally different to my first one I had exactly a year ago. This time I wanted to leave my comfort zone. This time I also wanted to leave all the safety of an ordinary tourist's life behind - like living in an isolated, quiet and sterile hotel room. I wanted a more personal experience. One, where I hopefully could get at least some small but unforgettable peek inside of the inner workings of Japan. And so it happened that I came across homestay.com and across Serina's profile as well - the one, that nearly instantly catched my attention with just one word: "easy-going"...

    To give everything some more perspective: I stayed for a whole week at Serina's place.
    Although I've been to Tokyo once before I've neither used any real subway lines there nor have I been in any of Tokyo's vast suburbs - I've exclusively spent the days of my first trip to Japan in the central districts of Tokyo.
    So, about a month before I flew over to Japan worries kicked in on my side and I asked her for the very first time about what would probably be the easiest and safest way to get to her place. She answered both promptly and extensively on which line to take, where to change lines and so forth. Nice! But then, a few weeks later, I had to ask her some more things again. This time it was on how much it would actually cost to get from the centre of Tokyo to her place and back, how much credits I should put upon my public-transport-card and a few tricky questions. Again she answered me with a long message, explaining me in precise detail on how much each and every connection would cost me and how much credit she would recommend me to load onto my Pasmo card. Fast forward two weeks. A self-inflicted nightmare ocurrs. On my arrival day in Tokyo I realized that probably due to my excitment about the trip I totally forgot to bring all the documents with me on how to get to her place...So I nervously asked her a third time about directions, subway lines and transfers. Just in case I haven't mentioned it before: Yes, I'm also one of those tourists who get easily afraid or worried about getting lost on unfamiliar terrain. Even more in a megacity and maze-like place as Tokyo is in my eyes. Well, Serina somehow dealt with my troubled situation in a very experienced and calm way and sent me yet again a very friendly message, detailing every turn and transfer I had to take. So much about Serina's miraculous patience and helpfulness then - I think readers might get the idea about those two unique characteristics of her! Definitely something that's not for granted among hosts these days.

    Well, as anticlimactic as it may sound in retrospecitve but later that day I arrived safely at her doorstep. No humans got lost, no drama, no nothing. Thanks to Serina's written guide of course and her hints on what things to look out for on my way to and through Itabashi-ku.

    After an incredibly friendly and warm welcome she showed me my room and the rest of her house - all while giving me the impression of being a very welcomed guest all the time.

    I'd say that it usually takes me about 3 to 5 days till things become familiar between the guest and the host, till things losen up a bit, till some mutual trust gets established in between people. Well, in Serina's case things worked out quite different - in a very positive way! From the very first moment on I felt and could respond to her open-mindedness, humour and helpfulness, which led us right after my arrival to some nice chitchat at her kitchen-table. Two days later there were already some slight signs of nice & reoccuring traditions: the shared drinking of tea before leaving the house and the curious chitchats in the evening about how the day was for each of us. Soon I realized that even though my actual home is thousands of miles away Serina gave me that very heartwarming feeling of having some lovely homebase in Itabashi-ku too. Each time I went home from the subway station straight up to her house's doorsteps I was looking forward to sharing a few words with her before finally going to bed.

    Speaking about the bed: my room in Serina's house was for Japanese standards very, very spacious. The bed: large enough for "big & heavy guys" like me. The matress: so good that I actually had to readjust my getting-up-plans in the morning on more than two days because it simply felt so good to stay a little bit longer in bed. Beside the wonderful bed there also was: an extra cupboard, enough space in the room for a large suitcase and an extra desk to do some paperwork too. Wonderful! Just as on her profile's pictures! Oh, and did I mention the extra bathroom on the same floor? One more wonderful thing!

    Speaking about wonderful things: probably one of the most unexpected suprises while staying at Serina's place was its location in the suburb of Itabashi-ku. Don't get me wrong: having a place to stay at the centre of Tokyo has certainly many advantages. Being right in the middle of all that craze, no worries about transfers, no fears about missing the last train to somewhere. But then living in the centre of Tokyo might let you miss the sensation of that very special peace that's within Itabsahi-ku. Rushing out of the crowded centre of Tokyo, getting off the train at Itabashihoncho and then standing in those tiny, calm and so peaceful suburbian streets of Itabashi-ku. Wow. I will never forget that exciting and special feeling when the pulsating rhythms of that incredible city shift so drastic- and wonderfully. And then there's the fact that nothing, absolutely nothing is missing or wrong about Itabashi-ku.
    Firstly the connection to the city centre: up until late night there are trains coming from and going to Shinjuku or Shibuya, which are both not too far away. Between the Subway station and Serina's place is a 24/7 Convienient store, some nice restaurants and of course there's also a good variety of vending machines for the thirsty traveller too. It's all there. Nothing to worry about.
    And in case there's still something that's nowhere to be found there's still Serina's helpfulness and local knowledge! No matter if it's a place to wash and dry clothes, a recommended Okonomiyaki restaurant or a larger supermarket - Serina's there, always with some nice tips and directions up her sleeve (and what was even more important for me: the way she describes directions worked flawlessly with my kinda twisted sense of orientation! not one single place she has told me couldn't be found be me. It's a miracle!)

    After 7 days of staying at Serina's place I have to draw a very simple and charming conclusion: without the tiniest of doubts it was purely a joy to stay at her place and an honor for me to be her guest; the way she cared about me and all my wishes (thanks for the japanese dinner, the bicycle tours, the little hanami-celebration, all the laughter, the insider stories and so much more - nothing was left open, all and more got fulfilled!) still leaves me speechless and touched - I really do hope she shares that generosity, kindness and heartwarming hospitality with many more upcoming guests!

    and lastly let me come to an end with a very special anecdote about the forementioned self-description of her of being an "easy-going" person...well, it's a bit of an embarrassing story to tell but then: for four full days I used to call her - in all my blinded self-confidence - by the wrong name! I don't know exactly why but I ended up calling her Erina instead of Serina all the time...how shameful! But after all Serina was and is indeed undoubtedly an easy-going person: she just smiled at me and told me in a very charming way about my tiny but four-days-long mistake. No drama, no nothing. Just some laughter and a blushed face on my side. Hehe. Remembering that moment makes me still laugh about the wonderful time I had with her in Itabashi-ku!

    Thank you so much my friend for that very special moment and all the other unforgettable ones! If anyhow possible I'd be more than happy to come back to Serina's place again! Nothing less than Five Stars!

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    France
    年龄 25 - 34

    5 心
    三月 2019

    We have really enjoyed staying at Serina's home and appartment. The places are clean, equiped, and well located in the city.
    She is really kind, and give us many informations about the city and the transports.
    We hope all the guests enjoy their stay as we did.
    Manon and Hélène

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    United States
    年龄 25 - 34

    5 心
    一月 2019

    Serina was a great host. She was able to help me navigate my way around the city since this is my first time in Tokyo and had no familiarity with the subway system. Her place is clean and easily accessible from the subway station. The local hotspring is a nice place to go in the morning and a fun experience. I highly recommend borrowing Serina's bicycle and go by yourself to experience the local life. Everyone rides the bike in the area.

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