Budget dormitory (D2) in a female-only share house. The house is conveniently located a 15 minute walk from Nakano station/Nakano Broadway. 10 minutes from Takadanobaba & 1-stop to Shinjuku from Nakano Station's Chuo Line, offering great access to all of Tokyo.
Residents in the share house are a mix of Japanese and international women, making staying in this house a great chance to make friends and improve your language skills.
Bookings include a complimentary welcome box, towel and soap!
A budget dormitory space in good location in Tokyo. There are 6 dormitories in one room and each space can be closed with a blackout curtain. Aside from the bedding space, there is also a space for you to hang clothes. The length of the bedding space is shorter than regular bed, so it's not suitable for girls taller than 165 cm.
We provide cleaning service for the common spaces once a week, but you are responsible of cleaning your private room during your stay. Residents in the house take turns in putting out the garbage according to designated dates.
Disponible para huéspedes
The house common spaces are shared among 8-14 female residents.
You will be sharing.
2 shower rooms
2 washing machines
1 equipped kitchen
1 dining room
1 common computer
a rooftop balcony
Atención a los huéspedes
We do not have live-in staff working at the house, but we provide services in English during office hours (10:00-18:00) 7 days a week. In emergency cases, we also response to emails outside working hours. You will be sharing the house with long-term Japanese residents as well as short-term visitors. Interactions between housemates are encouraged!
Otros aspectos destacables
Please be aware that we cannot do check ins outside of the stated hours as we do not have staff living at the house.
No smoking and no male visitors in the house.
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Hi! I'm a female small business owner specialized in managing co-living and co-working space for women in Tokyo. I love exchanging knowledge and experiences with my friends from abroad, and therefore, aiming to create a harmonious environment where Japanese and international women can live and work together.