My girlfriend and I have a spare room in our apartment. Our place is very well situated in Fukukoka.
Between Ohori park station (8 minutes walk) and Tojinmachi station (6 minutes walk). Once you are at one of those stations, you can go to Tenjin in 4 or 5 minutes and to Hakata station in 10 or 11 minutes).
Near Fukuoka dome, in case you are going to a concert or a game, it's perfect (6 minutes by taxi, 19 minutes by foot, 16minutes by bus).
Our place is of a decent size for a japanese apartment. 40sq meter.
We have everything you might need. Washing machine, towels, shampoo, body wash, cooking stuff etc...
You will have access to your private bedroom, the kitchen, living room, bathroom, shower, toilet and our bicycle parking if you rented one. Basically you will have access to everything except our bedroom (our bedroom is the one on the left when you arrive in the apartment. You bedroom will be on the right side).
We are ready to help you if you need anything such as advice, recommandations, information on transportation etc.!
If you are not a chatty person, it's ok, we will definitely respect your space and don't disturb you.
If on the contrary, you like chatting, we would be happy to talk with you about anything!
French couple, we like going out. Creating our company together in Japan.
We arrived in Fukuoka in August 2015. Before that we lived in New York.
We are open minded, like to go out and help people.
We are in love with the city of Fukuoka which is for us one of the best city in the world! We want you to have the best stay possible and maybe you'll want to come back to this wonderful city.
There are lots of stuff to do in Fukuoka, we are sure you will have a good and we are here to make your stay even better.
If you want to go out and grab a drink it will be a pleasure for us to show you some very nice places and introduce to our friends for some extra fun!
We work for ourselves so we are almost always available if you have any problem during your stay.
We are both french. Graduated from a business school in France. We lived abroad a lot thanks to our studies and live in Oregon, Japan, New York. Our first time in Japan, we traveled all over the country and fell in love with it.
What we couldn't live without:
- Each other
- Our friends
- Japanese food
- Our job