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Serviced apartments in Tokyo, both in the central areas or on the outskirts, enable guests to enjoy a comfortable yet practical stay wherever they need to be for their business arrangements. Our range of Tokyo apartments can make visiting the city, either in the long or short term, stress-free for corporates, as if they never left home.
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With so many things to see and enjoy in the Japanese capital, don't waste your time choosing accommodation. SITU offers a great selection of serviced apartments in Tokyo, ready to cater to any demands.

About Tokyo

Why Choose Serviced Apartments in Tokyo?

Serviced accommodation in Tokyo offers the best places to stay in a city built for ‘bleisure’. Both tourists and corporates can appreciate having everything they need in a great location, to best suit their travel needs. Even if it’s just short term Tokyo corporate housing that you are looking for, Situ offers a high standard, bespoke service that is tailored to your choice of stay, be it long or short.

Situ makes booking accommodation effortless so you can stay wherever is best for you. Whether you would rather be near a transport facility, such as an airport or railway station, or close to an attraction you want to see, we have a range of Tokyo luxury accommodation that can work as a property solution for anyone visiting the city for business or leisure

Get in touch with us with a member of our team to find out more about our services and the great range of serviced accommodation options!

About Tokyo

Tokyo – one of the world’s great cities, with hi-tech developments and ancient history co-existing, fascinating its visitors.  It has 39 million residents, which is 50% more people than in any other urban area and it is economy is larger than any other city in the world. If it were a country, Tokyo alone would be the 8th largest economy in the world.

It is an amazing place to visit as a tourist, but considering its excessive financial appeal, the city has a huge amount of business visitors too. City apartments in Tokyo can be very small, in fact, the city is known for its micro-apartments, so people looking for furnished housing in Tokyo can find a great selection on Situ’s website.

Tokyo Culture & History

The architecture of the city has been shaped by Tokyo’s history. Twice in the 20th century, the city was destroyed and left in ruins, first in 1923, during the Great Kanto earthquake and later after the horrible bombing in World War II. Understandably this caused Tokyo’s urban landscape to consist mainly of modern and contemporary architecture and there are not a lot of older buildings left. Its architecture is internationally famous, many of the buildings becoming iconic for the city, like Tokyo Tower or Tokyo Skytree, tallest building in Japan.

Tokyo has more Michelin star restaurants than anywhere else, it is a gastronomic capital of the world, with 160.00 known eateries, 10 times more than Paris, while its Golden Gai district having the most bars per square meter. It goes without saying that food, shopping, bars and entertainment are given in this city. What visitors find most fascinating is everything else, all the things that are not available anywhere else in the world, like Tokyo’s museums, theatres, street culture and many more.

Even the most traditional museums in Tokyo offer an amazing, cosmic experience of history mixing with ultra-modern technology. Tokyo’s museum scene constantly reinvents itself, offering visitors newer opportunities to fuse past present and future together. National and private theatres perform traditional forms of Japanese drama, and many different festivals occur through the city each year. The city is world-renowned for its street fashion, the new trends emerging every year and unique shops dedicated to these trends.

Lifestyle in Tokyo

Getting around the city can be time-consuming. Tokyo is huge, so it is important to stay somewhere convenient, considering that for a newcomer, unfamiliar with the language, finding your way around can be a bit hard. Situ’s website offers a selection of serviced apartments in Tokyo, that can be filtered by distance from any landmark, address or place you want to be close to.

If you prefer to spend your time in open space, Tokyo still has a lot to offer. Yoyogi Park is one of the most visited places in the city. It lays across 134 acres and is the best place to enjoy a picnic while watching one of many performers acting in the park.

If you want to have the ultimate experience of one of Japan’s most famous art forms Origami, then there are shops devoted fully to it. In Origami Kaikan you can see many floors of the store being dedicated to different aspects of this great art. Guests can take part in classes and learn how to make origami’s themselves.

Above are only a few of the places to visit in Tokyo. The Japanese capital has a lot to offer for its visitors and can cater to any taste. This is just like Situ’s stock of Tokyo serviced apartments, providing corporate accommodation for Tokyo’s business visitors and finding the best solutions for its client’s demands.


Tokyo International Airports

Tokyo has two international airports which serve the city; Tokyo-Narita (NRT) and Haneda (HND). Together, these airports handle the passenger travel of over 130 million people, on average, every year.

Haneda Airport is by far the closest to the city centre, just under 20 kilometres away southwards of central Tokyo. Narita Airport, on the other hand, is an hour car journey away to the east.

Trains in Tokyo

The city of Tokyo is blessed with an extensive railway network. There are five main train lines to be aware of; Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku, Chuo/Subo, Saikyo and Shinkansen.

Altogether, these lines connect stations based across the city centre and out areas of Tokyo. The most noteworthy is the Yamanote line, which acts as a circular 'Loop Line', connecting all the major city stations.

Tokyo Subway

The subway network in Tokyo consists of two main operators; the Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway. Between them, the city's entire underground network comprises almost 300 stations over 13 different lines.

Tokyo's subway is one of the worlds most used. Eight million passengers travel via the network every day. Be sure to visit the Tokyo Metro website to find out more information regarding routes, maps and schedules.

Buses in Tokyo

With the city having such a strong railway and subway network, buses in Tokyo seem to take a backseat in the transport infrastructure. They are often used to connect travellers to train stations and airports.

Prepaid cards offer the simplest way to pay for buses fares, which typically cost Y210 for adults and Y110 for children when they travel across the city centre.

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