The SpaceOn the first floor you will find the guest rooms, shared living area, the toilet and bathroom.
The second floor is the hosts (1 male, 1 female and some birds) private living area.
If you like birds please let the hosts know - if you wish, they can take you up to see their four cute birds which are used to human contact.
The guest rooms are fully equipped with an air conditioner, a bunk bed, a sofa, a desk, and electrical plugs. There is also WiFi, a towel, a toothbrush and a cup for your use.
The male host can also prepare a cup of latte art or matcha tea for you. Please do not hesitate to ask.
@Regarding check-in and check-out
If the hosts are at home, guests are free to check-in, check-out and enter in and out of the listing whenever they please. The hosts are in before 11:00am and at 4:00pm.
If you wish to check-in but the hosts are not home, there is a key box towards the right of the front door. The hosts can let you know the code for this box.
It takes 10-15 minutes on foot from Kitakamakura Station to this listing.
@Things to do in Kita Kamakura
You could go hiking, or take a slow walk to Kamakura stopping off at the various local temples and shrines along the way. There are lots of charming shops along the way too! The area is full of ferns, moss and greenery all year round. You can even see wild squirrels here. It is a relaxing and laid back area.
@Facilities in the guest rooms
An air conditioner, a sturdy bunk bed with soft and plump futons. A futon set for a third person is also provided under the bunk bed.
There is also a unique three-seat sofa, a low table, a desk for laptops or writing, and a towel holder. There are electrical plugs under the desk and next to the pillow area of the bed.
A bath towel, face towel, cup, and toothbrush are also provided for your use.
There is also an electric kettle for boiling water, a set of three drinking cups, tissues, hangers, and a garbage can for burnable trash in the room. (The garbage can for plastic bottles is located in the living room).
In the case of natural disasters, you will find an emergency supplies bag in the closet. Please save the use for natural disasters.
There is one car parking space at the listing. Please feel free to use it.
@Items OK for use
Bathroom: washing machine/dryer, shampoo, conditioner, soap, body soap.
There is a choice of hand soap, foamy face soap, foam cleansing lotion, toner, and skin milk. You will also find a hair dryer inside the middle mirror cabinet.
Living Room: microwave, electric kettle (inside the door under the microwave), and a simple iron (above the microwave - if you require a more sturdy iron please let the hosts know). Feel free to use the fridge for keeping items cold. The purified water in the room is for everyone to drink.
@How to make the most of your time at this listing
House: the male host, Shino the female host. They own a number of pets. The second floor is the hosts private living area. The first floor is where you can find the guest rooms, living room, shared area, toilet, bathroom, and shared living area.
Pets: Please feel free to let the hosts know if you like parrots, as they can take you up to the second floor to introduce you to their pets. Pick the bird you wish to meet (the largest one, the middle sized one, the little one or the littlest one). Feel free to take photographs.
The hosts also have a pet leopard gecko and Japanese toad. They can show you them if you wish.
There are also two pretty pet parrots in shared living area on the first floor. These parrots are quite timid and shy, please observe them from afar. There are also some tropical fish in the fish tank next to the parrots. Please feel free to take a look.
Coffee: The male host likes to drink coffee and often makes latte art. Why not try one of his coffees decorated with fun latte art? Just let the hosts know in the morning. It will take around ten minutes to prepare.
Matcha: Goes well with sugary sweets. The hosts can prepare the matcha for you, just let them know.
Meals: Please let the hosts know if you wish to use the kitchen. The male host often cooks, just let him know if you have left it too late to eat out and have nothing to eat. Guest AccessFirst floor:
The guest rooms are on the left next to the front door. The shared living area, toilet and bathroom are all at the far end of the house. Interaction with GuestsThe hosts can speak a little English. They live on the second floor. There is an interphone in the living room which can connect you to the hosts on the second floor. Please feel free to use it. The NeighborhoodThe charm of Kita Kamakura is its location in the heart of the mountains, surrounded by greenery and old temples. It has a relaxing, laid-back atmosphere. Kita Kamakura is more homely than Kamakura, with a lot more famous stores.
This is just a small introduction, a manual full of famous spots of interest and a house guide is available once the contract has been signed. Getting AroundA ten minute walk from Kita Kamakura Station.
There is one car parking space available.
As the hosts themselves do not own a car, they cannot drive and pick you up. However, they will endeavor to come and meet you on foot if you get lost. Other Things to NoteThe hosts do not have a car so cannot drive to pick any guests up. They can walk to meet you if you get lost on the way from the station.
All rooms are strictly non-smoking. Your consideration is deeply appreciated.
The hosts themselves also live here. Please use the facilities with care.