Very close to Naha airport and Ashibina outlet mall. Modern semi-detached house in the city. As the house is near the expressway and it will be easy to travel all over the island. Sleeping on futon mattresses will surely give you a unique Japanese cultural experience.
Stay after a flight to Okinawa before exploring the island. OR stay before your long flight back home. Close to convenience stores and a few restaurants.
Newly furnished / one free parking.
- Living room /Bedrooms /Kitchen
- Bathroom /Toilet
- Air conditioner
- Electric kettle
- Washing machine
- 1 double bed
- 2 sofa beds for single person
- 1 single bed
- 3 futons
-Comfortably accommodates up to 8 people
I have put stickers in English on remote controls, intercoms and other electrical products so that you won't have any trouble using everything.
~AMENITIES AND EQUIPMENTS~
- FREE Mobile Wifi
- Hair Dryer
- Free soap, shampoo and toilet paper
- Hand and bath towels
- Cooking heater
- Boiling pot
The whole apartment is free for guest use, including shampoo/rinse, kitchen accessories, plates, umbrellas and other amenities. please wash it and put it back after using them, thanks.
Общение с гостями
The apartment is solely for guest use, but please feel free to call me on my mobile anytime if you have any problems during your stay at the apartment.
Другие важные подробности
Other Things to Note
-Please don't make noise especially during the night, the apt is in residential area.
-Please turn off the lights, electric mosquito repeller and the air conditioner and close the curtains when you go out, we really appreciate your consideration for Global environment.
-Please turn on the kitchen fan when you cook.
-Please do not use towels and bed linens placed in the shelf. Those are for the next guests.
-Please take your valuable belongings along when you are out.
If we find you do not return the key in the mailbox by 10am, use extra towels for next guest, things get damages, lost, etc, we have to claim via airbnb. I hope you do not let me do that :)
My name is Ai. I am originally from China, but I now live in Tokyo, together with my husband and two daughters. I travelled quite a lot (in Asia) before I got married. I loved meeting new people, enjoying new cultures and learning different languages. With two little children, I do not have time to travel anymore. To tell you the truth, I miss it sometimes.
That is why I decided to start with Airbnb; if I cannot go abroad, I just invite abroad to my home. I think that Airbnb is is a wonderful opportunity for travellers to meet new people and have a more personal experience. But it is also a good opportunity for the host to "travel" without having to leave his house.
I hope I can be your "Friend in Japan", a person who you can talk with, who can give you some tips and provide you with a nice place to stay.
Looking forward to hosting you "Friend" :)