- Other Expenses
Utility and internet are included
- Year Built
- Transaction Type
- Building Style
- Short Term Stay
- Available From
Oct 1, 2019
- Building Description
Located near to Ikebukuro Station which is just 8 mins.From Ikebukuro Station you reach Ueno, Shinjuku, Ginza, Tokyo, Akihabara,Shibuya,Harajuku and more without transfer. Different amenities also provided and Sunshine City,Aquarium,BicCamera,Donkihote, Seiyu,Uniqlo, many restaurants, and convenience store within walking distance. You can walk to supermarket by 4 mins walk too.
A funky, high-energy northern Tokyo neighborhood built to entertain
Ikebukuro is one of Tokyo's most dynamic and down-to-earth neighborhoods, full of fashion retailers, gourmet and downhome cuisine and entertainment complexes. Ikebukuro Station is one of the city's busiest transportation hubs, flanked by two huge department stores, Tobu and Seibu. Not far away is the area's most striking landmark, Sunshine City—a large urban theme park with an aquarium, observation deck, restaurants and hotels. Ikebukuro is home to plenty of art and culture, both traditional and contemporary. If you're looking for fun, food and all-hours energy, this is the place to be.
The leader of the pack—Ikebukuro's landmark complex
Take a trip to Sunshine City to experience the latest in modern entertainment. Sky Circus Sunshine 60 Observatory—on the 60th floor of the Sunshine 60 building—uses virtual reality technology to give you virtual wings. At the urban aquarium on Sunshine 60's rooftop, sit below chutes of gliding penguins and seals. Alternatively, lie back and roam through the stars at Konica Minolta Planetarium Manten atop the World Import Mart Building. Whether you're here with kids or not, head for Namjatown for three lively indoor “towns” filled with food and entertainment options.
Your subculture alternative to Akihabara
Ikebukuro now rivals Akihabara for its dedication to Japanese subcultures, so if you're a fan of any of the genres, schedule a trip to Otome Road—dedicated to girls' comics and video games—and the Pokemon Center or Evangelion Store.
See it live in Ikebukuro—theater, dance and music both contemporary and traditional
Ikebukuro West Gate Park regularly becomes the setting for live music performances and open-air events, while nearby Tokyo Art Theatre offers theater, opera and dance. Ikebukuro Engeijyo is home to more traditional forms of Japanese entertainment. Shin-Bungeiza screens a wide selection of classic and independent films both Japanese and Western. If architecture is your thing, head to the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Jiyugakuen Myonichikan—the House of Tomorrow. If you know someone who's expecting, pay your respects at Zoshigaya Kishimojindo Temple—home of the goddess of safe birth and childrearing.
- Date Updated
- Jan 14, 2020
- Next Update Schedule
- Feb 13, 2020
-8 mins walk to Ikebukuro Station/2 mins walk to Convenience store/4 mins walk to Supermarket/Perfect for those who like to shopping and tour around since from here you can easily go everywhere.
-The kitchen come with microwave, electric kettle,kitchen supplies (pot, frying pan, dish) etc are prepared. For those who likes to cook, you can go to supermarket nearby to buy local fresh ingredients and enjoy cooking time in house which you wont able to experience if you stay in hotel.
-1 toilet 1 bathroom comes with bathtub in the house which are separated so that 2 person can use it at the same time which can lessen your preparation time before go out. To minimize the weight of your luggage, we do also provide basic cleaning kits such as shampoos, conditioner, towels, body shampoos, hairdryer and washing machine in the house
-There is1 bedroom in the house which 1 double bed and 1 single futon provided.In total the house able to accommodate up to 3 people
-The house is in simple and modern design style with fully space utilization.All furniture and electrical appliances are all brand new
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Refrigerator / Freezer
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Ikebukuro Station (Tōbu Tōjō Line)
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