TOKYOSTAY was founded with the goal to provide international people who come through Japan a most pleasant living experience, and yet we achieved more.

Our endless effort to provide better services and to create intimate bonds with each guest has earned us an extremely loyal customer base. Till today, we remain to be one of the favorite lodging options in the city of Tokyo.

In the years TOKYOSTAY was established as a company, we not only accommodated guests with affordable and convenient housing environments, but we gradually brought a community together that consists of people from all over the globe

All TOKYOSTAY properties are in excellent areas within 5-minute walks from JR Yamanote line – the main line in Tokyo – as well as other subway stations. Located in the north central Tokyo, Otsuka gives you a quaint, old town feel when you walk among the residential streets. Guests who stay with TOKYOSTAY are privileged to enjoy the charming, traditional side of Tokyo while having easy access to the bustling downtown areas.

The rooms we offer are spacious. They locate in small-unit sharehouses with only two to six rooms each. Our guests can truly feel at home and fully enjoy the shared facilities. In addition, many of our guests form long-lasting friendship with the people they stay with. Guests would have meals together while they chat about their busy days, and they take care of each other in times of need. On the other hand, privacy is entirely guaranteed inside each guest’s personal room, and the doors come with locks so that you can feel at ease in your personal space.

By the 31st of October 2015, TOKYOSTAY has hosted guests from 47 countries. They are students, expatriate employees, staff of embassies, working holiday travelers, tourists, etc. Additionally, TOKYOSTAY owns the language lounge SPEAKEASY. The motto of SPEAKEASY is: “No nationality. No race. No gender.” This place has turned out to be one of the most famous socializing locations in Tokyo for many friendly, talented and global-minded people. With such a diverse range of guests coming into our community, each bringing something with them that is invaluable and unique – they made TOKYOSTAY who we are today.

We eagerly await you at TOKYOSTAY. Hope to see you very soon.

Company Name:

TOKYOSTAY Ltd

Established:

2009

Location:

STAY&TOKYO
(TOKYOSTAY) Office,
Fujiken LK Building 8F,
2-27-3, Kitaotsuka, Toshima-ku,
Tokyo, Japan, 170-0004

Email:

info@tokyostay.co.jp

Number of Employees:

14 (including part time workers)

Telephone Number:

+81(0)3-5980-9621

FAX Number:

+81(0)3-5980-9624

Business Details:

Room and Apartment Rentals
Bar & Language Lounge SPEAKEASY

Business Hours:

Monday to Friday 10:00 – 18:00
Emergency Services 24/7
SPEAKEASY 18:00 – 24:00, Tue-Sun

Transactions:

Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank, Otsuka Branch
Asahi Shinkin Bank, Otsuka Branch

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Naomi Lea (USA)

Naomi L.

Career Change

When you live in a city as big as Tokyo, you will face many opportunities as well as challenges. All of our TOKYOSTAY accommodations are within 5-minute walks from the major train stations. For me, at least rushing to work would not be a challenge I cannot handle!

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Kseniia Kovalenko

Kseniia K.

New Challenge

I have always been looking for something that would make my heart beat faster, and I found it here at TOKYOSTAY. Now I work with a wonderfully international staff and I meet people from all parts of the world. It is bringing new experiences, new challenges and new gains to my life.

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Louis Ponsar

Louis P.

Internship

I came to Japan as a business intern to discover about Japanese culture and the Japanese way of management. I was grateful to have found an internship with TOKYOSTAY, a start-up company that connects so closely to the local community in Tokyo.

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Sindy Leroy (France)

Sindy L.

Fresh Start

What could be a better place than Tokyo to start a new life in your early 20s? The vast urban agglomeration might feel intimidating at first, but the small-unit sharehouse at TOKYOSTAY enabled me to make a transition smoothly. Now, Tokyo feels almost like a second home.

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