Daikanyama Residence

Tokyo, Shibuya, Japan


  • Within walking distance of 3 of the best neighbourhoods in Tokyo: Daikanyama, Shibuya and Nakameguro.
  • Ideally located within a 5-minute walk of Shinsen Station.
  • Home-away-from-home conveniences.

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Please Note

- Rates shown are nett, inclusive of service charge & taxes.
- Minimum stay of 4 days on low season and 5 days on peak season
- Rates displayed about are in USD

Check-in: 2 pm

Check-out: 11 am


The Short & Sweet

  • Who. Perfect for couples or business travellers, this stunning apartment in one of Tokyo's best neighbourhoods is the ideal retreat.

  • What. Built in 2010, this one-bedroom apartment features a large shoe closet at the entrance, real cherry hardwood floors through out, excellent south facing views, adjustable lighting, a sleek modern kitchen with 4 gas stoves, a custom-made stainless steel countertop, excellent glass cabinetry, heaters and air conditioners in all rooms, a rain shower, imported German washer and dryer and a deep soaking Japanese bath. The bedroom features a comfortable queen-sized bed with 100% organic cotton bed linens and luxurious down duvet.

  • Why. If you are looking for an authentic experience; a quiet oasis in the middle of on of the largest cities in the world where rates are high and square footage is low, then you may have found your home away from home with this incredible value-find.

What We Love

  • Relax. Sleek, modern amenities of this metropolitan retreat are a refuge from the high-paced life of Tokyo.

  • Explore. Located on the western edge of Shibuya, Daikanyama is a very trendy, popular neighbourhood. Walking through Daikanyama can feel a bit like walking through a maze, with windy streets filled with unique clothing boutiques, hip people in casual, yet fashionably disheveled clothing, open-air cafes and many international restaurants.

  • People watch and shop. While the crowd here is a bit older than the teens in nearby Shibuya, it is every bit as fashion-conscious and uniquely Japanese in a fashion-sense. There are high-end boutiques as well as vintage clothing boutiques, and the people mulling through tend to be more artistic than you might find in the more business-minded districts of Tokyo, such as Shinjuku.


  • The living room features include a white leather Le Corbusier sofa, a Noguchi table and a new Sony flat screen television along with Apple TV and local cable channels as well. Although there is no smoking permitted inside you are welcome to smoke on the balcony.

  • The kitchen has cupboards full of cookware and glassware, a 4-range gas cooktop, as well as a toaster, a tea set with fresh green tea, and a Nespresso machine.

  • The bathroom has an automatic washer and dryer, a TOTO Washlet with heated seats and a bidet, a deep soaking Japanese bath and an on-demand hot water system and rain shower. There is also a selection of Japanese bath salts, as well as all the basics from facial cleanser to shampoo and body soap to make up remover. Plush 100% organic cotton towels are provided for all guests.

  • Your booking also includes a wireless Bluetooth stereo, a universal power adapter, all the linens you will need, a plus-minus-zero hair dryer, an iron and ironing board, an Alessi hot water kettle, 2 umbrellas, cleaning supplies, a check-in booklet that outlines how to use all the appliances and also an interactive map that shows locations to local grocery stores, pharmacies, recommended local bars, and restaurants along with other neighbourhood tips and sightseeing ideas.

Amenities & Services

  • Elevator
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • WiFi - Throughout Property
  • 24-hour Reception/Operator Service
  • Heating
  • Cable TV
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Meet & Greet