Radiant & Ravishing 1BR Suite in Tsukiji/Ginza
Price range: from $100-150 USD per night
Welcome home to your new home in Tsukiji. Perfect for travellers, this thoughtfully designed home is a newly built apartment with all modern furnishings. Just minutes away by foot to the famous outer fish market, come experience what foodies around the world rejoice as the top seafood hub. Also walking distance is the famous Ginza shopping district. Please have a look below for further details and amenities about the home.
Check-in is anytime after 4PM
Self check-in with smart lock
Check out by 11AM
THIS IS A LICENSED PROPERTY. In order to comply with the Japanese government, we will be requiring all guests staying in the property to provide a copy of their passport before checking in.
Not safe or suitable for children (0-12) and pets
No parties and/or loud gatherings allowed at anytime.
Absolutely NO SMOKING is allowed within the building or in the room. This includes the balcony. If there is any sign of smoke smell in the home upon your check out, we will assume there was smoking involved in the home or balcony. There will be a fine of $150USD if violated. This is non negotiable. If you would like to smoke, please find the nearest convenience store which is a 1 min walk from the apartment. You can freely smoke there.
No shoes in the home... "Japanese Style". There is an area to take off your shoes at the door.
No more than 4 people maximum in the room at any given time and no overnight guests are allowed without host permission.
Please note that after 10pm we do ask that all guests keep noise to a bare minimum. We want to be respectful of our neighbors.
Please note that children above the age of 5 will be considered an additional occupancy and will be charged accordingly.
Potential for noise - Please note there is currently construction around the neighborhood during morning hours from 8am - 5pm except for Sunday.
Lastly, if you damage the home, you may be charged the entire cost of repair.
License or registration number
Hotels and Inns Business Act | 中央区保健所 | 30中保生環き 第107号
The space includes:
- 40 square meters of living space (approx. 430 sq ft)
- Bright cozy space with large floor to ceiling windows
- Balcony seating for 1 or 2
- Double sized bed (140 cm x 200 cm)
- Large Sofa Bed (140cm x 200cm)
- 40" SHARP LED TV with basic Japanese cable (NHK, TBS, etc.)
- Basic toiletries (body wash, shampoo, conditioner, towels)
- Toilet with bidet washlet function
- Deep soaking bath tub
- Washing Machine
- Dryer Room (bathroom built in function)
- Iron and Ironing Board
- In room high speed internet (WIFI)
- Kitchen with stove range, refrigerator
- Microwave, Toaster Oven, Fish Griller, Kettle
- Basic kitchen cookware and utensils for light cooking
- Desk / Dining table for 2
- Google Chromecast (YouTube, Netflix, etc.)
- Keyless SmartLock Entry System
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IntheHood lives up to their words, 'thoughtfully-designed with avid travelers in mind.' My time in the city was easily complete with just a small briefcase; thanks to their extensive apartment amenities and remote concierge which connected me to the best neighborhoods of Tokyo.
Staying at their place was such an amazing way to experience Tokyo. I felt like a local with the ease that was afforded to me by intheHood. You can really tell that the people behind the concept cared about about every detail, down to the arts that hung behind the bed. I would recommend this space to anyone - young or old, professional or amateur traveler.
It's new, super clean, very spacious, and has everything we needed for a comfortable life in Tokyo - from fully equipped kitchen, washing machine (with laundry detergent etc.) to a comfortable bath tub (especially helpful after a long day of walking around in Tokyo).
Above and beyond the unit itself, intheHood provided a variety of suggestions on things to check out in the neighborhood, and periodically hosted events that were great ways to meet fellow travelers and learn about the area.