Live like a local in Japan
Offering a homely vibe, Sakura House, Sakura Hotel and Hostel, provides a variety of accommodation
Get a true insider experience at Sakura house and Sakura hotel
Today travelling is not just about an escape from the humdrum of daily life, as travellers want experiences and a slice of what life is actually like in the country they are visiting. When a traveller visits a destination they want to understand the local traditions, cultures and customs and feel like they are getting a true insider experience.
Offering a homely vibe, Sakura House, Sakura Hotel and Hostel, provides a variety of accommodation for short and long-term stays in Tokyo and Kyoto on a daily, weekly and monthly basis for tourists visiting the country.
Since 1992, Sakura House has provided accommodations for people from over 100 countries around the world. It offers over 1,000 apartment rooms, share rooms and dormitory beds in Tokyo and Kyoto. These options are perfect for families, as well as groups and teams attending conferences, meetings, exhibitions, etc. It is also ideal for school excursions and employee group trips as they can accommodate big groups of up to 100 people.
This one-of-a-kind rental real estate agency allows visitors a convenient mode of reservation, compared to other agencies that can charge key money and require a guarantor. All the utility fees are included in the rent and they take online reservations. To rent most rooms, all that is needed is a valid passport and a deposit.
Sakura House also offers Muslim-friendly apartments, share houses and dormitories. The Shibuya Yoyogi Uehara Friendly House for Muslims are Japan's first set of apartments exclusively for Muslims, while other options include Muslim-friendly lodging exclusively designed for women. These residences are conveniently located near Tokyo
Camii Mosque, and Sakura cafe Hatagaya, which serves Muslim-friendly food.
Sakura House Kyoto offers luxurious traditional wooden Machiya townhouses with modern interiors. Located in Kyoto's Nishijin district, near the Kyoto Imperial Palace, this central location offers excellent access to the subway, rail and bus transportation. The house comes furnished with air conditioners, a private Japanese garden, traditional Futon beddings, a fully-equipped kitchen with a refrigerator, microwave oven, toaster oven, tableware and cookware and free Wi-Fi.
It also offers multilingual support by an international staff and provides a comfortable, safe and reasonably priced accommodation option in which all visitors can enjoy their time in Japan. They also organise events and workshops, tea ceremonies, kimono parties, shodo workshops, and more, where people can come and make new friends.