We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
The Japanese tatami room in this Japanese Zen house is very good to try out for relaxing in a busy Tokyo city. Its tatami room is comfortable and large with view to a big garden beside the Shinjuku Park. We have access to kitchen, dining...More
I've visited Japan for several years now and I usually stayed at hostels or ryokan which can propose interesting services and comfort. LaKeyaki house offers a rare (maybe a unique) experience of living in an traditional house in the center of Tokyo.
It is located...More
The Jazz House is in a good location (walking distance of Shinjuku) and very large. Supermarkets nearby. We had two bedrooms upstairs and only later were aware of the fact that two other rooms in the house (a beautiful Japanese-style room on ground level) and...More
The Lakeyaki house is a place where people from across the world meet. It is an open house where locals and travelers, foreigners and Japanese, can meet, and it also hosts cultural events, seminars and workshops which travelers are welcome to attend. By renting a room in LaKeyaki House, you will have the opportunity to make new friends or discover new music, etc.LaKeyaki is a haven of peace with its 1 200 square yards of garden, right next to Shinjuku, one of the capital's liveliest districts. The house belongs to a family of music lovers, Pierre Barouh, composer-songwriter, Atsuko Ushioda, his wife, and their children, who live between France and Japan to make new talents known.During the Edo period, the area belonged to one of Shogun Tokugawa’s most powerful lord. This protected area is also home to century-old trees including that of LaKeyaki, which miraculously withstood the earthquakes and wars of the past century.