Meguro House

  • Location: City
    Tokyo Metropolitan Teien Art Museum: 1 km (15 minutes walk)
    Meguro River: 0.3 km (5 minutes walk)
    Ebisu Garden Place: 0.5 km (7 minutes walk)
    Restaurants and supermarkets: In walking distance
  • Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND): 15km (30 mins by car or taxi)
    Narita International Airport (NRT): 75km (1.5h by car or taxi)
    Good public transport
    No parking available
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An introduction to Meguro House

How would you describe Meguro Residence and Meguro Penthouse in a nutshell?

We designed and built Meguro House in 2009 as our own residence. Conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood in central Tokyo, the house provides a serene retreat in an urban setting with neutral colors and furnishings that complement the contemporary design. It has been immaculately maintained and we are pleased to offer it to travelers visiting Tokyo.

What was your inspiration to create Meguro House?

Our inspiration came conceptually from traditional Japanese shop house which has simplicity in design and local craftsmanship. Our goal was to create a comfortable modern living environment by combining western lifestyle with Japanese elements. It was designed to harmonize with its context.

How would you describe the interior design and the atmosphere at Meguro Residence & Penthouse?

The interior of the house is spacious in Japanese standard. It expresses simplicity while soft texture and neutral tone throughout the house generate the comfort of living and warm atmosphere. An exposed concrete wall was used in part of the interior with attention paid to the texture to soften the typical stiffness of concrete. Large windows throughout the house bring in abundant natural light and give a sense of openness.

Is Meguro Residence best suited for couples, families, groups? What’s your policy on kids?

Meguro Residence accommodates 7 guests. It is suitable for couples, families and groups. The house provides comfort and privacy as it is a single-family home (rather than units in an apartment building as with typical rentals in Tokyo). We welcome kids.

Meguro Residence - Living area and kitchen
Meguro Residence - Living area
Meguro Residence - Living area
Meguro Residence - Family area with Tatami room
Meguro Residence - Master bedroom
Meguro Residence - Bathroom
Meguro Residence - Single bedroom
Meguro Residence - Bunk room
Meguro Residence - Exterior
Meguro Residence - Exterior
Meguro Residence - Exterior
Meguro Penthouse
Meguro Penthouse - Dining area
Meguro Penthouse - Kitchen and dining
Meguro Penthouse - Bedroom
Meguro Penthouse - Bedroom
Meguro Penthouse - Bathroom
Meguro Penthouse - Bathroom
Meguro Penthouse - Entrance hallway
Meguro Penthouse - Staircase
Meguro Penthouse - Living area
Meguro Penthouse - Living area with sofa bed

Meguro House rooms & rates

We designed and built Meguro House in 2009 as our own residence. Conveniently located in a quiet neighborhood in central Tokyo, the house provides a serene retreat in an urban setting with neutral colors and furnishings that complement the contemporary design. The interior of the house is spacious in Japanese standard. It expresses simplicity while soft texture and neutral tone throughout the house generate the comfort of living and warm atmosphere. Large windows throughout the house bring in abundant natural light and give a sense of openness. It has been immaculately maintained and we are pleased to offer it to travelers visiting Tokyo.

  • Meguro Residence for 5-7 people / 150 m²
    430 / night

    Unavailable

    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Single bedroom
    • 1 Bunk room
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Bathroom
    • 1 Shower room
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Dining room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Other rooms
    • 2 Extra beds (on req.)
    • Terrace
    • Air conditioning

    Meguro Residence contains three stories. The street/entrance level has a living/dining area and a large open kitchen. The upper level contains a master bedroom with a queen-size bed, a room with a single bed, a room with a bunk bed (sleeps two), and a modern full bathroom with tub and shower. On the lower level, there is a family room with a sofa and TV, a traditional Japanese tatami room which can sleep two on futons comfortably, and a bathroom with a shower.

  • Meguro Penthouse for 2-5 people / 78 m²
    260 / night

    Unavailable

    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Bathroom
    • 1 Living room
    • 1 Dining room
    • 1 Kitchen
    • 1 Extra bed (on req.)
    • 1 Sofabed (on req.)
    • Terrace
    • Air conditioning

    Meguro Penthouse sits on top of Meguro Residence with its own entrance through exterior stairs directly from the street. It occupies two stories. The lower level contains living, dining, an open kitchen, and a powder room (toilet and sink). The upper level is an extra-large open bedroom furnished with a queen-size bed and a single size daybed. There is a full bath with a tub and shower adjacent to the bedroom.

Included in the rates
Rates are on a self-catering basis.
Children & Extra beds
Children are welcome. The single room and the bunk room in Meguro Residence are perfect for the little ones. There is no space for extra beds other than specified.
Minimum stay
1 - 3 nights (check calendar for dates)
Check in time
after 16:00
Check out time
before 11:00

Facilities & services

  • Children welcome
  • WiFi
  • Air conditioning
  • Terrace
  • TV
  • Washing machine
  • Central heating
  • Iron & Board
  • Hair dryer

Things to do in Tokyo & Meguro-ku

  • Art / Culture
  • Shopping / Markets
  • Night life

The culture and tradition (Meji Shrine, Nezu Museum), the excitement and scale of the city (Shibuya Scramble crossing and Harajuku area), and the quality and service in general (food, fashion, products...) are 3 highlights of Tokyo that are unique and shouldn't be missed.

The location of Meguro House

The house is located between two popular train stations (Meguro and Ebisu) on JR Yamanote Line which encircles Central Tokyo. You can walk within minutes to both subway stations with multiple subway lines to popular destinations. Supermarkets, convenience stores, Ebisu Garden Place, Mitsukoshi Department Store and Westin Hotel (an airport Limousine Bus stop) are all within a short walk.

Ebisu and Meguro areas are considered a trendy part of Tokyo. We absolutely love the location and this charming neighborhood. It is a quiet and safe residential area, yet with easy access to various restaurants, shops, and supermarkets. Unlike most typical central Tokyo houses, we have a unique lot with openness and sunlight from all directions. The Meguro River nearby provides place for jogging/strolling and is a very popular cherry blossom destination with spectacular views of the sakura trees along the river. We also like the convenience of walking to Ebisu Garden Place with a spacious ground for kids and a wide array of choices for family dining.

When is the best time to visit Tokyo?

Tokyo is beautiful to visit anytime throughout the year. Each season has its own charm – cherry blossom in the spring, festivals/fireworks in the summer, foliage in the fall, and the weather is usually crisp and clear in the winter. We particularly love Tokyo in the spring and fall seasons when the weather is mild and the sceneries are distinctively unique and special.