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Home-stay specialists SAKURA HOUSE welcomes international guests to experience local culture and festivities

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Published: Tue 20 Oct 2015, 11:16 AM

Last updated: Tue 20 Oct 2015, 1:19 PM

SAKURA HOUSE, SAKURA HOTEL & HOSTEL, HOTEL CONTINENTAL FUCHU Tokyo provides a variety of accommodation for short- and long-term stays in Tokyo on a daily, weekly and monthly basis for overseas visitors.
Operating since 1992, it offers reliable, personalised hospitality support services that make visitors feel at home.
As it hosts travellers from all over the globe, SAKURA HOUSE offers various opportunities to meet and socialise with local neighbouring communities and other worldwide guests, making stays pleasant and productive.
Its facilities and services aim to meet all purposes and demands of those visiting Japan such as sightseeing, study abroad and business options.
"The facilities we prepare are comfortable, safe and reasonable plans that correspond to our guests' requests from different cultures and customs," says Masayo Namiki, General Manager, SAKURA HOUSE and SAKURA HOTEL & HOSTEL Tokyo.
SAKURA HOTEL & HOSTELS are conveniently located across four hotspots in Tokyo - Ikebukuro, Hatagaya, Jimbocho and Asakusa - while HOTEL CONTINENTAL FUCHU is located in Fuchu city, about 25 minutes away from the metropolitan Shinjuku, Tokyo. 
Each location boasts an average occupancy rate of 98 per cent with busy seasons throughout the year.
SAKURA HOUSE takes care of its Muslim guests in a number of ways, including an exclusive Muslim Community Monthly Accommodation "share-house" that consists of a single and dormitory room in two locations in Tokyo, as well as a two-bedroom well-equipped family apartment with close proximity to mosques.
SAKURA HOUSE also provides online reservation and daily customer services in multiple languages including English, Arabic, French and Indonesian for global visitors, which allow visitors to confirm their booking before arriving in Tokyo.
Indulging in local culture is something travellers always look forward to, and SAKURA HOUSE breaks down barriers to give guests a chance to immerse in culture.
"We regularly join local traditional events for seasons through the year. These help visitors discover and indulge in a genuine Japan culture by interacting with the local community people," she adds. 
Looking ahead, SAKURA HOUSE aims to offer more than what real estate and hotel agencies generally do. "We aim to create a friendly global environment where people can connect and create long-lasting friendships along with memories of their Tokyo stay. We are taking this great opportunity to meet more worldwide newcomers and bring people together by breaking down the walls economically and also in language," she concludes.

List of upcoming events around various Sakura House locations

  • October-November: Horse Racing Tour, the Japan Autumn International Cup.
  • November: Tori-no-Ichi fair, a celebration of the Ohtori Shrine in Asakusa.
  • December: Running event at the Imperial Palace.
  • December: "Make your own Ramen" event in Ikebukuro.



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