☺☺Female Guests Only ☺ 限定女性 ☺ 女性限定☺☺
Live like a local in your private room, sharing this lovely apartment with your host, Nan. This apartment is perfectly suited for one or two female guests looking for clean, private, and safe accommodations.
☺☺Female Guests Only ☺ 限定女性 ☺ 女性限定☺☺
Cozy, private apartment, for up to two female guests. Live like a local in your private room, sharing this lovely apartment with your host, Nan. Your private bedroom is situated in the room next door to Nan (please see the photos) and you will have access to all of the apartment. This apartment was completely renovated in January 2016 and is located in the Kita-ku district of Osaka. It's perfectly suited for one or two female guests looking for clean, private, and safe accommodations in the heart of a fantastic shopping and eating district.
The Place in Brief...
Home Station- TENJIMBASHISUJIROKUCHOME
A 5-minute walk to/from the subway station on the TANNIMACHI and SAKAISUJI lines, and then...
3 minutes to HIGASHIUMEDA subway station and the center of the Umeda, Osaka district.
40 to 50 minutes to Kyoto and Kobe
45 to 60 minutes to Nara
60 minutes to Kansai International Airport (KIX)
40 minutes to Osaka Airport (ITAMI)
THIS PRIVATE ROOM IN THE CENTER OF OSAKA
1 double-sized bed (140cm X 190cm) to comfortably sleep one or two people.
1 toilet, 1 shower/bath wet room, kitchen.
All towels and bedding provided.
Washing machine with space for hang drying clothes.
Includes some amenities such as shampoo/conditioner, body soap, hair dryer, laundry detergent/softener, and an assortment of tea and coffee.
You will have access to the entire apartment that you share with your host, Nan. The kitchen has a microwave, refrigerator, toaster oven, and stove. There is also a washer for doing laundry and a general living area with a dining table, sofa, and space to relax after a long day of site-seeing, shopping, and dining.
Общение с гостями
Your host, Nan, is a fluent speaker of Mandarin, Japanese, and a bit of English. However, we will always be available to you through our email address, provided along with directions for reaching the apartment, checking-in, and various other useful tips. These will be provided to you, once you have a confirmed reservation with us.
Другие важные подробности
Only one or two females are allowed to stay in this listing. ABSOLUTELY NO MALES WILL BE ALLOWED TO BOOK OR STAY IN THIS LISTING. Please respect this request and do not ask us for special allowances ("It's only my son"). We will always refuse male guests of any age in this home.
Hey, we want you to have a fantastic time on your visit to Kansai, Japan. We will treat you as a cherished guest, but frown upon:
Absolutely no smoking anywhere in the apartment or on the building premises!
DO NOT BOOK THIS APARTMENT IF YOU ARE A SMOKER!
Just...don't. Japan is still pretty wide open in terms of smoking in public places, so please use any of those other spaces and not any of Nan's apartment.
You treating our cherished home like any ol' hotel because you "paid for it". Sorry, but money at the door does not buy you the right to trash our place.
We would expect things to be in the same general state as you found them in upon your arrival. It isn't necessary to wash your sheets and towels, but Nan is not your maid. We expect guests to help in keeping the apartment clean, by washing up dishes and placing items in the correct trash or recycling bins.
These seem like pretty common sense rules to us, and hardly worth the mention. Experience has taught us how wrong we could be (like when some idiots used one of our coffee pots as an ashtray; seriously, NO SMOKERS!)
Looking forward to seeing you soon!☺
Kyoto, Osaka, Nara and the whole Kansai area. We have always been travelers. Find out more at Kansai Fixer (kansaifixer).
There are so many more places we would like to see, but we abhor tour groups and try to avoid traveling well worn touristy paths. It has always been our desire to "live it like a local" anywhere we go.
Lily first came to Japan from Shanghai, China in 1999. She has lived and worked throughout Osaka and Kyoto. When not showing visitors around Kansai, she can often be found on the studio floor dancing Salsa or sweating it out to Bikram Yoga.
Hailing from Colorado, Bob started out in Japan in 1994 as an English language instructor in Kurashiki for six years. Following a four year stay in Canberra, Australia, he came back to Japan in 2003 and has been a university lecturer in Kansai ever since. A nihonshu (sake) aficionado and dedicated restaurant hunter, he is most often criticized for over-ordering everything and badgering friends on which train car to take.
We began our lives together in 2006 with Lily taking us to a brilliant little cafe in the heart of downtown Osaka. On our second date, Bob insisted we take a day long trip down the coast to Kurashiki, Okayama. Quickly realizing that we both shared a passion for food and travel, we have been together ever since.