The SpaceBedroom 1: Traditional Japanese style room with three Futon(Japanese style mattress)
Bedroom 2: Double bed room
Kitchen: IH facility､fridge､microwave､plates､seasonings etc..
Toilet: separated from the bathroom
Bathroom:washing machine, jacuzzi, soap, shampoo, towels
Livingroom: Dining table, TV , sofa, working desk Guest AccessYou can use whole rooms on the first floor (The second floor is a separated property which has a different exit. There is no access to each other inside the house) Interaction with GuestsWe use this house for airbnb only when we go back to Tokyo from time to time, so we can not meet you face to face during your stay...but we are happy to answer any question from you by text! The Neighborhood5 mins walk to a 24 hours convenience store.
10 mins walk to a supermarket
50 mins by bus to the Spring Valley ski field from Izumi Cyuo station ( 3 km away from the house).
20 mins to the Sendai Izumi Premium outlet (shopping mall) by car or taxi. Getting Around[Car]
There is a space for two cars next to the house. 30 mins from Sendai Station.
From Sendai station, 15mins to the nearest subway station which is 3 km away from the house.
It is recommended to take bus or taxi to go the subway station" Izui cyuo station" from the house. Other Things to Note1: Bedroom 2 is a Japanese style, that means, you put Japanese style sleeping mattresses directly on the tatami floor
(it is a type of mat used as a flooring material in traditional Japanese-style rooms. Traditionally made using rice straw to form the core. )
2: PLEASE NOTE : if you are travelling by public transportation, the location of the house is not convenient to visit major sightseeing spots since you have to use local bus (once per hour) or taxi to access the nearest subway station (3 km away). Locals usually don't speak English in Sendai, so it is recommended to print out or screenshot of the address/map to explain to a taxi/bus driver.
3: For heating, the listing has an air-conditioning, a gas heater, a electric heater and a kotatsu(a low, wooden table frame covered by a heavy blanket, upon which a table top sits. Underneath is a heat source). Compared to a central heating in other countries, air-conditioning in Japan needs more time to warm up the room.