• Otsuka 7-3

    Otsuka 7-3

    Price per month: ¥ 79,000
    Extra guest : ¥20,000/month (for each guest after)
    Security Deposit: ¥30,000
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    Available after TBA

    Max

    Room facilities:Air conditioner, Bed, Chairs, Table&Lamp

    Room size:14,9m²

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  • Otsuka 7-2

    Otsuka 7-2

    Price per month: ¥ 78,000
    Extra guest : ¥20,000/month (for each guest after)
    Security Deposit: ¥30,000
    Not Available

    Available after TBA

    Max

    Room facilities:Air conditioner, Bed, Chairs, Table

    Room size:9.95m²

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  • Otsuka 7-1

    Otsuka 7-1

    Price per month: ¥ 77,000
    Extra guest : ¥20,000/month (for each guest after)
    Security Deposit: ¥30,000
    Not Available

    Available after TBA

    Max

    Room facilities:Air conditioner, Bed, Chairs, Table

    Room size:9.95m²

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Facilities

  • Bathroom
  • Dining-kitchen
  • Internet
  • Microwave oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Table
  • Toaster
  • Toilet

Description

The apartment building is located in a quiet residential area. Otsuka has a lot of traditional old streets, where you will find many nice and cheap Japanese restaurants.

 

Check In Time

Flexible

Check Out Time

10:00

  • Bathroom
  • Dining-kitchen
  • Internet
  • Microwave oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Table
  • Toaster
  • Toilet

Calendar

Rules of Stay

– Smoking: NO smoking within the properties (room or balcony).
– Pets: Pets are NOT allowed.
– Quiet hours: Try to keep the noise down after 10pm. Keep in mind that the house is located in a residential area.
– Accidents: We are not responsible for accidents or the loss of personal belongings inside the apartment.
– Hygiene: To avoid insects, remember to shut the windows often or use the window screens. Take out your trash regularly.
– Damage: Please be kind to our utilities inside the Share House and Room.

Move IN and OUT

Procedures

Step 1

Start your search for a room/apartment

① Directly from our home page

You can find a suitable accommodation with our in-site search engine:

Start your search here (Link)

 Send us an email

You may write to us at:

info@tokyostay.co.jp

We will respond as much as we can then we will offer the suitable room for you.

Step 2

Make a Reservation

Please pay 30,000 yen as a deposit, and your reservation will be confirmed automatically.

① Payment methods for oversea guests:

PayPal or credit card.

② Payment methods for domestic guests:

Bank transfer, PayPal, credit card, or cash.

Step 3

Arrival

Please refer to this page for transportations from the airport (LINK)

By your arriving date, we will inform you how to check-in or some details in advance.

Step 4

Payments

Payments can be made by PayPal, bank transfer or in cash at the TOKYOSTAY office.

① Deposit

30,000 yen

This will be refunded after you move out at us and there is no issue or problem.

② Rent

Rent is calculated by days.

For example, if a guest arrives on the 10th of September and checks into an 84,000 yen apartment, the rent for September will be:

84,000 yen / 30 days x (30 days – 10 days) = 48,000 yen.

Step 5

Monthly Payment

Monthly payment for rent must be done before the end of the previous month. You may pay by PayPal, bank transfer or by cash in the TOKYOSTAY office.

According to the Japanese law, a 14.6% of penalty charge will apply to the rent if a guest fails to pay on time.

Step 6

Check Out

Please inform us at least 1 month in advance when you wish to move out. A guest is obliged to pay rent for the entirety of 1 month starting from the notifying date.

By your moving date, we will inform you how to check-out or some details.

With PayPal, we will be able to refund the deposit after checking your room condition.

Please do not leave garbage behind and please remove the furniture you have brought with you. Additional charges might apply if the room was not returned to its original state.

Thank you for choosing TOKYOSTAY and we dearly hope to see you again in Tokyo.

Transport

Time distance to main stations (by train):

  • Ikebukuro (10 min.)
  • Shinjuku (20 min.)
  • Shibuya (JR, 26 min.)

Neighborhood

The property is located in a quiet and very convenient place. It is less than five-minute walk from JR Otsuka station and there are a supermarket, a 100 yen shop and many restaurants and bars in the surrounding area.

Otsuka

Otsuka

The Otsuka area once flourished as one of the largest entertainment districts in Tokyo. In the early Showa era, it was known to be a center of the popular culture, with over 700 geishas working there and a large department store to attract people. Even today, there are still eight geishas in the Otsuka geisha district, giving nightly performances of Japanese ballads and shamisen. Not far from Otsuka station, the Tenso Shinto Shrine sits on a hill. Surrounded by 600-year-old ginkgo trees, it quietly watches over the town of Otsuka. From the South Exit to Otsuka station is Minami Otsuka San-chome Street, widely known for cherry blossoms. The annual cherry blossom festival in March attracts many to visit the flowers in full bloom. The Toden Arakawa Line nearby is the only remaining tramway in Tokyo. Roses are planted on both sides to the tramway, which is a beautiful sight to see all year round. Entering the large commercial building inside Otsuka Station, you will find a great selection of supermarkets, grocery stores, and restaurants. Moreover, Otsuka Station is an important transportation connection point, with JR Yamanote Line, Marunouchi Line, and Toden Arakawa Line all in the area. Most TOKYOSTAY apartments and sharehouses are located within a 5-minute walk distance, and our residents often socialize in the Bar & Language Lounge SPEAKEASY near the north exit. In the town of Otsuka, our guests have found their new home in this international community.


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Otsuka

Otsuka

The Otsuka area once flourished as one of the largest entertainment districts in Tokyo. In the early Showa era, it was known to be a center of the popular culture, with over 700 geishas working there and a large department store to attract people. Even today, there are still eight geishas in the Otsuka geisha district, giving nightly performances of Japanese ballads and shamisen. Not far from Otsuka station, the Tenso Shinto Shrine sits on a hill. Surrounded by 600-year-old ginkgo trees, it quietly watches over the town of Otsuka. From the South Exit to Otsuka station is Minami Otsuka San-chome Street, widely known for cherry blossoms. The annual cherry blossom festival in March attracts many to visit the flowers in full bloom. The Toden Arakawa Line nearby is the only remaining tramway in Tokyo. Roses are planted on both sides to the tramway, which is a beautiful sight to see all year round. Entering the large commercial building inside Otsuka Station, you will find a great selection of supermarkets, grocery stores, and restaurants. Moreover, Otsuka Station is an important transportation connection point, with JR Yamanote Line, Marunouchi Line, and Toden Arakawa Line all in the area. Most TOKYOSTAY apartments and sharehouses are located within a 5-minute walk distance, and our residents often socialize in the Bar & Language Lounge SPEAKEASY near the north exit. In the town of Otsuka, our guests have found their new home in this international community.


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