The house is located in the prime location of Ebisu, Shibuya.
Experience a high concentration of restaurants, cafés, izakaya, ramen shops, bars, and old-fashioned tachinomi ("stand and drink") bars.:)
The house will be entirely yours during your stay. :)
Top 3 things it is unique:
1. House and bedroom size is spacious and functional.
2. Location is easy to access to top cities of Tokyo which is Shibuya and Shinjuku.
3. Close to JR Yamanote Line and easy direct transport to Haneda and Narita Airport.
Enjoy full access to a 2 bedroom house in the prime location of Shibuya, during your vacation.
*The house is equipped with a kitchenette with the basic items you need to cook simple dishes. The kitchen is fully equipped with a stove, microwave, fridge, kettle, plates, cups, mugs, and silverware.
*For dining, there is a bar height table by the kitchen area.
*Sleeping area, there are 2 bedrooms available with 1 double bed and 1 single bed.
*There is a separate bathroom and 2 toilets are available for use.
*For your laundry needs, there is a washing machine at the property and there is also a nearby coin laundry mat (2 minutes away) across the nearest convenient store LAWSON 100 Yen Shop.
• Amenities include shampoo, conditioner, and body soap. Towels are also provided for each guest. I have also provided a hairdryer.
• The Internet is provided for free. Pocket WiFi can connect up to 5 devices and is portable to use anywhere.
I would like to interact with the guests as much as possible! However, I work during the day on weekdays and sometimes on the weekends too. Please let me know if there is anything I can assist you with during your stay!
Ebisu (恵比寿) is a major district of Shibuya-ku in Tokyo, Japan. It was developed on the site of a former brewery and is now home to Yebisu Garden Place. It is renowned for food and drink, with a high concentration of restaurants, cafés, izakaya, ramen shops, bars, and old-fashioned tachinomi ("stand and drink") bars.
1.Yebisu Garden Place
Yebisu Garden Place is a shopping and cultural center located in Ebisu. It has a sloped promenade leading to a large central plaza covered by a wide glass arch. The area regularly hosts events and markets on weekends.
It is accessible via the Ebisu Skywalk (a fast-moving covered walkway) from JR Ebisu Station East Exit, which takes approximately 5 minutes on foot.
2. Sapporo Breweries headquarters;
3. Museum of Yebisu Beer;
4. Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography;
5. Château Restaurant Joël Robuchon, a replica of a Louis XVI French château which houses three Michelin-starred restaurants (L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon - 2 stars, La Table de Joël Robuchon - 2 stars, and Le Chateau de Joël Robuchon - 3 stars)
6. Yebisu Garden Place Tower, a skyscraper with "sky dining" restaurants on the top 38th and 39th floors with panoramic views over Tokyo.
7. Atre shopping arcade;
8. Glass Square, a self-enclosed shopping center; and
9. Mitsukoshi department store.
*Yebisu Garden Place also offers annual winter illumination. It is one of the most popular winter illumination event in Tokyo which has been held for over 20 years. It contains ov LED lights and a Baccarat crystal chandelier that is 5m large x 3m wide "It’s the world biggest Baccarat chandelier created with 8,472 pieces of crystal parts and 250 lights by 70 skilled craftsmen."This is one of the most romantic attractions and it is perfect for couples usually from November 3rd to December 25.
11-minute walk from Ebisu Station JR Yamanote Line and Hibiya Line
11-minute walk from Westin Tokyo (Airport Narita/Haneda Bus Drop-Off)
3-minute train ride to Shibuya Station (1 stop)
5-minute train ride to Harajuku Station (2 stops
12-minute train ride to Shinjuku Station (4 stops)
6-minute ride to Shibuya crossing (2 KM.)
16-minute ride to Shinjuku (5.9 KM.)
7-minute ride to Roppongi (3.2 KM.)
Taxi Fare (Phone number hidden by Airbnb) JPY per kilometer.
2 minutes away by walk from the nearest Lawson 100 Yen Store (24/7 Convenient Store)
The house is situated in a quiet neighborhood. We kindly ask to keep the noise down during check-in and check-out. Japanese people are very shy so be nice and polite, however never ask directions from them as you would likely to get lost. Please follow the directions that we will provide. It is safest to ask for directions especially if you have the address from the train station officer in the booth near the ticketing gate. :)
Please separate the trash into 4 categories:
1 Bag- Plastic PET Bottle
1 Bag- Cans
1 Bag- Glass Bottles
1 Bag- All other trash