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Jun 20, 2017

Short Stay Apartments for Rent in Tokyo

Do you have any suggestions or links of apartments for two people that can be rented for three weeks? Thanks!

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  • JapanExpert

    on Jun 26

    Your best bet will be Airbnb apartments. Check the host's feedback & ranking to make sure they look after their guests well.

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  • edthethe

    on Jun 20

    https://www.tokyoapartments.jp/search/short-stay-apartments.html This site looks promising.

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  • genkidesu

    on Jun 21

    My first thought was AirBNB! I've had quite a few friends stay throughout Japan for a few weeks in apartments offered by them, and had great experiences.

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  • Jackson

    on Jun 21

    Sakura house is a good option. They are easy to book and have most things you'll need. Decent locations too. http://www.sakura-house.com/en I also agree with the AirBnB option, as they are cheap. However, privacy might not be as good if you're using AirBnB.

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  • DaveJpn

    on Jun 21

    Maybe try some the estate agencies based in Takadanobaba - they are used to finding places for foreign students and can do so in a number of languages I hear, so perhaps they could find something short-term.

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  • Aluma

    on Jun 22

    A share house or AirBnB are probably your cheapest options. If you really want to experience an adventure, you could try a capsule hotel.

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  • Aeon

    on Jun 23

    There are lots of options at booking.com (https://www.booking.com). You can find hotels, apartments, capsule inns where you can reserve without any pre-payment. Have a great stay in Japan. :)

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  • helloalissa

    on Jun 23

    http://khaosan-tokyo.com/en/ for hostels (which have varying levels of privacy and cost) because you can meet a lot of interesting people and they have shared kitchens. Some locations have an attached bar. Three weeks is a long time to eat out every meal. Some of their locations have private rooms (some rooms are dormitory style) and they are each unique and friendly to foreigners.

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  • Babina

    on Jul 12

    I have heard about Sakura House. May be you could check into that.

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