Looking for short term housing in Tokyo? Check out Flatio’s short term lease apartments
Considering staying in a capsule hotel in order to keep your visit wallet-friendly? Then you’ll be happy to know that these are no longer the only option of affordable short term accommodation in Tokyo. Thanks to Flatio and it’s apartments for short term lease, you can stay somewhere comfortable and spacious yet still remain within your budget.
Find the best short term furnished rentals in Tokyo on Flatio
If you’re bringing your animal companion to Tokyo with you, you’ll surely appreciate that Flatio offers many pet-friendly short term rentals. Or perhaps you’re an employer looking for corporate short term rentals for your employees‘ upcoming business trip? In that case, we’ve got you covered, too. In short, we have something for everyone – whether you want a short term room for rent or a luxurious apartment, you’ll find an offer that suits you on our website. Plus, all our rentals are fully furnished, so you won’t have to worry about buying any of the basic necessities.
The rental apartment or room of your dreams is waiting for you on our website, so act quickly before someone takes it from you! The large photo galleries and virtual tours we have prepared for each offer will make it easy for you to choose a rental where you’ll feel right at home. No more running from viewing to viewing – at Flatio, we aim to make the renting process as smooth and comfortable as possible, so everything can be done online.
Rent a short-term apartment for your short stay in Tokyo
Interested in one of our fully furnished, short term apartments for rent? Then you’ll surely want to know how the renting process works. It’s simple:
- Pick the rental you like best.
- Set your move-in and move-out dates
- Request a reservation
- Wait for a maximum of 24 hours for the landlord to approve your reservation.
- Arrange for keys to be exchanged.
- Pay the 19 EUR reservation fee, a small service fee to Flatio, and your first rent.
That’s it! Straightforward, right? And as you can see, Flatio doesn’t ask for any steep deposits, so you don’t have to worry about saving up for those. Tokyo is a city with more shopping malls than you can count, myriad galleries and entertainment venues, and a whopping 226 Michelin-starred restaurants, so we think the money a regular real estate agency would make you put down for a deposit will be better spent elsewhere!