Happy House Clover is located among the towering trees, shade-covered hills, and local international eateries of peaceful Nerima. This share house's bright and colorful interior with the natural wood accents make a lovely and relaxing place to call home. Conveniently located with great access to Tokyo's most popular spots, only 21 minutes to Shibuya, 16 minutes to Shinjuku, and 7 minutes to Ikebukuro.
Nearby FacilitiesSupermarket (1-min.walk), convenience store (2-min.walk), Toshimaen Park (5-min.walk), movie theatre (5-min.walk), city hall (10-min.walk), rental video shop (10-min.walk)
Access9-min. walk to Nerima Sta.(Seibu Ikebukuro Line,Seibu Yurakucho Line,Toei Oedo Line),
3-min.walk from Toshimaen Sta. (Toei Oedo Line)
Common UseKitchen, living room, toilet (3), bath (1 with tub, no charge), shower (1 no charge), washing machine (2 no charge), cloth dryer (2 no charge), PC (1), TV(1), bicycle parking (no charge), refrigerator, air-conditioner (no charge), DVD player, vacuum cleaner, iron, cooking utensils, dishes, entrance phone with camera
Private Room FurnishingsBed, small table, desk lamp, air-conditioner (no charge), clothes rack, trash can, Internet connection (wired), TV connection
Note:A deposit (JPY30,000) is required when moving in.
You have to prepare your own bedding. If you cannot bring bedding for any reason, please consult with us.
As an optional service, we keep packages for you.
R: private room D: dormitory SR: semi-private room KIT: kitchen LR: living room DR: dining room BLC: balcony BR: bathroom SB: shower WC: toilet WM: washing machine WD: wood deck ATR: open ceiling HW: hallway TV: television TAB: table DSK: desk REF: refrigerator ST: stair EXT: outer view PS: bicycle parking STW: open ceiling stairways EP: evacuation passage EE: emergency exit ENTR: entrance WR: washroom SNK: storage CL:closet
Details on Each Room
|Common Service Exp.||￥12,000|
Review of Witt-style Clover
Ms Sahar from Ariana, Tunisia
"I like that the house and the rooms are spacious, that common areas are always clean, and most importantly it’s all women. Most of my housemates are Japanese and though they are not fluent in English, they always try to explain things to me in English. I want to learn to speak Japanese with them too."