Live in Musashino area and get an offer on your stay!
Today we will introduce you the area of Musashino!
It is easily accessible with Chuo JR line and Sobu Line ^^
There is also possible access with Keio Inokashira line and also Seibu Shinjuku Line.
There are Numerous museums, art installations, and parks abound in the Mitaka and Musashino area—a short trip outside Tokyo.
Try to make a reservation and head to the Ghibli Museum, or relax at one of the many beautiful parks such as Inokashira or Koganei.
There is many things to see there!
Where to stay?
Sakura House has all furnished accommodations in Musashino area!
Only a deposit of 20,000 JPY is required and refunded until 15,000 JPY to 10,000 JPY when you check out.
No key money, or other hidden fees!
Monthly rent for one person: starting from 98,000 JPY (88,000 JPY Discount for September 2019 or the first two months stay)
(Rent includes the electricity, water and gas utilities! FREE WIFI)
If you prefer to meet new people, create new friendship and live in community I would recommend you our shared houses!
MUSASHINO MUSASHISEKI Stay in an all furnished private room.
Monthly rent for one person: 75,000 JPY (71,000 JPY Discount for September 2019 or the first two months stay)
Inokashira Park and The Ghibli Museum
A twenty-minute walk (or short cab ride) from Mitaka Station is Inokashira Park. This oasis of green offers a variety of attractions including a small zoo, temple, coffee shops, and a beautiful pond. Enjoy the park during different seasons by renting a row boat, paddle boat, or swan boat. Grab some refreshments from a shop and go for a stroll or just have a seat and enjoy the scenery.
At the end of Inokashira Park, Studio Ghibli, the animation studio co-founded by the esteemed Hayao Miyazaki, has their official museum. View a life-sized robot from “Castle in the Sky” in the rooftop garden, short animations by Studio Ghibli, and special annual temporary exhibits. The museum building itself was designed under Miyazaki’s vision and is part of the experience. After exploring, sit down at the Straw Hat Cafe and enjoy some home-style cooking, and take out an original “Valley of the Wind” beer. Book your tickets ahead of time. Tickets go fast so make sure to check when sales open. See details on the website.
National Astronomical Observatory Campus
If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind photogenic architecture, take a look at Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka-In Memory of Helen Keller. These colorful buildings are part apartment, part art complex. They were designed by Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins, and are meant to challenge the way people live and interact with their environs. To experience the Reversible Destiny Lofts Mitaka, you can join architectural tours in English with reservations.
Check more information: http://www.rdloftsmitaka.com/english_old/?lang=en
Koganei Park and the Edo-Tokyo Open Air Architectural Museum
A lovely garden stroll through Japanese architecture awaits as you head through this outdoor museum. View various styles of classic and contemporary architecture. English tours and guidebooks are available for anyone wishing to hear more about the history of the buildings while visiting. Wear shoes that are convenient to slip on and off, as every house you enter you’ll have to remove your shoes. Koganei park, which houses the museum, is the second largest park in the metro area. It has many plum and cherry blossom trees to enjoy in the spring. It also has a sports complex, cycling course, and bird sanctuary.