• No smoking
• No alcohol
• No pet
• English only
5-min walk from Shiogamaguchi Station (subway, Tsurumai line; ~30 min from Nagoya Station, ~60 min from the airport), 1-min walk to a convenience store.
Living room, kitchen, bathrooms, washing machine and sun room are shared.
The room is a semi-double bedroom in a 3-bedroom shared house. The current residents are Japanese, but we only speak English in the house.
1 min walk to the nearest convenience store.
5 min walk to Shiogamaguchi subway station (~30 min to Nagoya station, ~1 hour to the international airport by subway).
10 min train ride to Nagoya University.
There are many kinds of stores and restaurants within walking distance.
I work at home, so I stay in the house most of the time. We'd love to interact with our guests. The bedrooms are lockable and completely private, but you can come to the living room to talk to us whenever you feel like.
The manager has a 6-year-old son and a new-born baby, and they can be noisy from time to time.
During the spring hay fever season (March to May), we ask the guests to cooperate in keeping pollen out of the house (keep the door/windows shut, etc.).
The following activities/things are strictly prohibited:
•Odorous and/or toxic substances, including but not limited to electronic cigarettes, incense, perfume, scented candles, fragrance, air freshener, and scented cosmetics and hair products.
In addition, please do not use the Japanese language in the house. We are willing to assist you with language matters that might arise during your stay, but we will NOT use the Japanese language as a means of communication.
*We are VERY strict about smoking—you are not allowed to smoke even outside. If your hair/clothes/skin has cigarette smoke on it for any reason, you are required to take a shower and change your clothes immediately. We do not tolerate even a trace amount of smoke. If you are a smoker and unable to abstain from smoking for the entire period of your stay, you must not book this room.
This is to protect the mental and physical health of the residents and guests. Thank you for your understanding.