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The living room has tatami, original dirt walls and windows, a traditional heated kotatsu table and two futon that may be used for additional guestsTokyo Little House is a private hotel space for up to five guests in a fully-renovated 70-year-old house.
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TOKYO LITTLE HOUSE: 1948 home in heart of city

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TOKYO LITTLE HOUSE: 1948 home in heart of city

5 guests
1 bedroom
4 beds
1 bath
5 guests
1 bedroom
4 beds
1 bath
HOME HIGHLIGHTS
Great location100% of recent guests gave this home’s location a 5-star rating.
Sparkling clean13 recent guests have said that this home was sparkling clean.
Great check-in experience95% of recent guests gave this home’s check-in process a 5-star rating.

TOKYO LITTLE HOUSE is
an accommodation and tourist space
located in a 70-year old house
in central Tokyo’s Akasaka district.
Upstairs is a private residential hotel;
downstairs, a cafe and gallery.
Built amid the ashes three years after the war,
our little house witnessed postwar Tokyo emerge from the darkness of ruins into the glow of today's neon lights.

Amenities

Wifi
Kitchen
Dryer
Iron
Shampoo
Hair dryer

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed, 1 sofa bed
Common spaces
2 floor mattresses

House Rules

No smoking
No pets
Check-in time is 3PM - 10PM
Check out by 11AM

Availability

37 Reviews

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Cleanliness
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Moomin
August 2018
We loved staying at Tokyo Little House- the apartment is absolutely stunning. The little touches are what make this place perfect- nibbles left out for you, beautiful tiles and decor, interesting reading material, even a box of plasters for my poor, weathered feet! The guys work …
Jeanette User Profile
Jeanette
July 2018
We stayed four nights and really enjoyed our stay. The accommodation is very authentic, what we really liked. We were two adults and our 13 yrs old son and it worked out perfectly. The location is great - close to the Ginza line. The hosts are very helpful.
Olivia User Profile
Olivia
July 2018
This is an incredibly charming house which brings a unique expérience of japanese design and life that you won’t get in an Hotel. Very well placed and great hosts. Just perfect.
Craig User Profile
Craig
July 2018
Wonderful mix of comfort, character, and convenience. We immediately felt grounded and immersed in the culture.
Jamie User Profile
Jamie
July 2018
Fantastic place in a great location. Little but perfectly formed with stylish features and a very well thought out and executed renovation. Great area to explore with many fantastic tips from the generous hosts. Cafe downstairs a great place to unwind. Very well positioned for …
Jacob User Profile
Jacob
July 2018
We were the first gest at Tokyo Little House back in December 2017. now returning for summer holidays in Japan. Given we stayed at Little Huse before there were not many surprises. Maybe the biggest being how little wear and teat we found. The team really cares for this location …
Eric User Profile
Eric
July 2018
Little House is not for everyone. But if you are a little bit adventurous and can climb a staircase it's really a great experience living in a small traditional house right in the middle of Akasaka's restaurant district. The house is very comfortable for two, a bit tight for four…

Hosted by Little House Staff

Tokyo, JapanJoined in December 2017
Little House Staff User Profile
37 Reviews
Little House Staff is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
We are two Japanese cartographers and an American-born writer and translator who run the Tokyo Little House hotel and cafe in Akasaka, Tokyo. Tokyo Little House is a space where we share our passion for the city's history, geography, and culture.
Languages: English, 日本語
Response rate: 100%
Response time: within an hour
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