Apartment Name: Jingumae Serviced Apartment
Floor: 3th / 5h Floor
Size : 70m² (753.47sq.ft)
Location: Jingumae Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Nearest St.: Harajuku 10 min via Yamanote Line
Minimum stay: 1 month
Long term stay: Available
Monthly Rent: ¥750,000
Jingumae Serviced Apartment
Carefully selected and individually designed serviced apartments located in Tokyo's most fashionable and convenient areas.
The area which includes the iconic Watari Museum of Contemporary Art (Watari-um) designed by the architect Mario Botta in 1990, stands together with the Mori Arts Center and the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art. Killer Dori aka Killer Street mixed with high design, amazing art, and exciting fashion, is the area which will not disappoint you.
Your home at the "apartment where you can enjoy the passage of time" with the theme of "texture" and "vintage" designed by a team of designers with a passion for sensitive design.
Jingumae Serviced Apartment is a 2 bedroom corner apartment with sunny dining – the living room is comfortable for family dinners and quality time. A fully equipped kitchen with a spacious dining room, seating for 4 guests, is leading to a comfortable living room with access to the spacious balcony. Balcony, equipped with outdoor furniture and a green garden, feel free to host your closest friends in a relaxing atmosphere. Perfect layout to relax and enjoy your stay.
The main bedroom is warmly designed and furnished for a single or for couple usage with a Queen size bed, walk-in closet, and desk. The small bedroom has a cute design and furnishing suitable for 2 guests with 2 single beds. High-tech machinery in the kitchen, bathroom and, toilet are available to ease your everyday life tasks.
2 bedroom 3 bed 1 bathroom
100% of recent guests gave the location a 5-star rating.
Fully equipped kitchen
Starter kit with cooking amenities and essentials.
24h Check in with the
1 Queen bed
170 cm × 200 cm (67 in × 79 in)
2 Single beds
90cm × 200 cm (35 in × 79 in)
TV With Netflex
AC with Heater
once a month
Washer / Dryer
Short walk to the Harajuku Takeshita Dory, one of the busiest and brightest shopping streets in Tokyo, and to the Omotesando Hills which is one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Tokyo. As a major luxury shopping destination, it’s also home to some of the most amazing examples of modern architecture that you’ll find anywhere in the world.
Harajuku Station 10 min. walk (JR Yamanote Line)
Meiji Jingumae Station 9 min. walk (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line)
Kita Sandou Station 7 min. walk (Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line)