This share house located close to Asakusa.
Feel the atmosphere of Japanese downtown@Wa-Asakusa
Kuramae is super convenient since it sits in the middle of three major lines (Asakusa, Ginza, and Oedo line). You can walk to Asakusa in ten minutes. You can reach Tokyo in fifteen minutes via train and Akihabara in ten.
This house is in a very busy area with convenience stores at every corner. A lovely shopping district and other tourist attractions are only ten minutes’ walk away. Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo and is crowded with many tourists every day. I recommend riding a rickshaw. Another famous attraction is Sky Tree. It is Japan’s tallest building (634 meters) and the world's largest radio tower. You can enjoy the Sumida River fireworks display during the three major festivals.
At first, it looks like an "ordinary building", but when you enter it, you are coaxed by the gentle scent of wood. There are rooms on the 3rd floor where people staying at Airbnb can stay, so it is also recommended for those seeking a more international space.
You can spend days relaxing with your international housemates under an atmosphere like a high-class brown themed Japanese-style cafe. I recommended going to the rooftop to relax while watching the beautiful sunset.
The house has a lovely large kitchen, living room and dining area where you can enjoy the different culinary skills and cuisines from the diverse culture at the Kuramae house. This house is suitable for someone who is a night owl and wants to live close to the city.
The apartment is a whopping seven stories high with rooms on the 4th and 6th floor. The rooms, however, are cozy and get the perfect amount of natural sunlight.
At the monthly house meeting led by the house manager, housemates can discuss the distribution of cleaning duties and house rules over dinner. Sometimes another sharehouse can join in. We can all catch up on each other’s lives.