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Our office is open 9:30am - 7:00pm, 7 days a week except New Year's holidays.
You can search & reserve a room on-line.
We will keep the room reserved for you for 3 working days until we confirm your reservation deposit has been transferred to our bank.
YOUR FINAL RESERVATION WILL THEN BE CONFIRMED and the room will be waiting for you to move in.
You may move into a room 10 days after the AVAILABLE date without paying the rent.
Reservation deposit: Apartment: YEN 30 000 Guesthouse: YEN 20 000
You can pay the reservation deposit by cash or by bank transfer (overseas remittance is acceptable).
Your reservation deposit will be added to the security deposit after you sign the lease contract.
THERE IS NO DEPOSIT REFUND IN CASE OF CANCELLATION
STEP 3 - Check In
On the MOVE IN DAY please come to our office to sign the contract (written in English).
Don't forget to bring your ID (eg. passport, alien registration or driver's licence). Please also bring ID's of all persons intending to live with you.
Please bring the rest of the money you owe in cash to fulfill the contract.
Our salesman will drive you to the apartment/guesthouse by car during the check in.
HINAMATSURI - Events of the season in Japan
Girls’ Day in Japan is referred to as Hinamatsuri, which translates as Doll Festival in English. It is held on 03 March of each year. On this day Japanese families place a tiered display of dolls in their houses. The dolls are said to represent the ancient imperial court, so altogether there are the emperor and empress, their attendants and court musicians. All are dressed in traditional court wear of the Heian period.
A traditional song to sing on Hinamatsuri
"Ureshii Hinamatsuri (Happy Hinamatsuri)."
It goes like this:
Akari o tsukemashou bonbori ni
Ohana o agemashou momo no hana
Go-nin bayashi no fue taiko
Kyo wa tanoshii Hinamatsuri
Let’s light the lanterns
Let’s set peach flowers
Five court musicians are playing
flutes and drums
Today is a joyful Dolls’ Festival
The custom of starting to celebrate the Doll Festival started back in the Heian period (794-1185). At that time dolls were floated down a river. It was said to send away trouble and bad spirits and to pray for good health and safety for children. This custom is still practiced today in some regions in Japan today.