| by Kenneth Chase | 94 comments

Traditional Japanese Apartment Tour in Tokyo, Japan | Shinjuku AirBnB Tour

Alright good afternoon guys. Today we’re going to be giving you a Japanese
apartment tour. We have been living in this apartment in Tokyo
for about a month now. We have finally settled in and tidied up today. So it seemed like a good time to finally show
you around. So yeah we’re just going to start right now
because we’re right by the main entrance. We are. So basically we’ve got a door here. Yes. To Sam’s right. This is our main entrance right here. It is. It opens up into this hallway where you can
take off your shoes. You can hang up your jacket. It is the rainy season so lots of umbrellas. The most important thing. They left us two and we were out stranded
one day and we picked up one ourselves. So we actually have three and we’ve been using
them a lot. Yeah so that is kind of like the little entrance
way. We’ve got some cool little curtains as a division
from the other room. But we’re going to enter through here actually
to take you into the main part of the apartment. So follow me this way. And I will say right off the bat this is the
largest Japanese apartment we were able to find online. Yeah. A lot of them were just like studios. So basically one room where you had your bedroom
and your kitchen and your living area and we were like no we’re going to be here a while
so we need more space. And we got so lucky. We were able to find an apartment with 4 different
areas. Yes. So we’re going to start with the first. Yeah, they are not technically rooms. We would call them compartments. Yeah we have like some sliding curtains. Yeah. And some sliding doors. So there is some division. So we’ll show you how that works. Why don’t you slide the curtain for us? Okay. So this first room here is our bedroom slash
kitchen. Slash kitchen. Hahaha. Weirdest thing ever. Let’s focus on the bedroom section first. Yes. Basically we have two single beds right next
to each other. Right here. Sam has like a tiny little desk. I’m actually going to sit down and show you
guys. Here are my feet and this is where I’ve been
working. It is like the perfect height for me. It is like this little desk thing. So that has kind of been like a makeshift
desk. Also in this room I really like the windows
because they are kind of like that thin paper. Yep. So you’ve got like traditional windows but
if I slide those open. Show us the views. Then we have like a real glass window. Look. Our neighbour is doing laundry. Someone is doing laundry. Creeping on their laundry. And then way off in the distance guys look
at the skyline. You’ve got some tall big skyscrapers buildings. And the sun has come out for the first time
in a long while. Amazing! Amazing! We haven’t seen that in a while. I kind of forgot what it looked like. Yeah. So the weird thing about this room is that
it is both the bedroom. Yes. And kind of like half kitchen. A quasi kitchen. Sam approach. Okay so I’ll show you guys so there is a microwave
on top of the fridge and freezer. The freezer is actually at the bottom so as
I pan up there is also a toaster oven and there is a mosquito repellent device up there. It even tells you mosquito repeller. Hot at the top. So that is also plugged in. I don’t think we’ve used either of these have
we? No. No. So inside we have a fridge. We just have some cold water bottles and we
have some wine which we’ll be having later. We just picked up some blueberries and some
other stuff. Yeah. And yeah so that is the weird thing about
this kitchen. We don’t have like a stovetop where we can
cook. So that is why they’ve left us a microwave
and like this little what is that? Toaster oven. That is a toaster oven. That is what it is. And the only separation between the bedroom
and this makeshift kitchen is again another curtain. Which works for us. Out of sight out of mind. The whole theme of this apartment is closing
curtains and closing doors. You’ll see what we’re talking about. And then the next part of the kitchen is this
little sink where we can wash our dishes. Maybe one of the world’s smallest sinks. Yeah. Our drying rack but it works. It works. And you know what? Because it is so small. Lights off. Because it is so small I’m finding that we’re
on top of our dishwashing game. We have to wash our dishes as soon as we finish
eating. So yeah let’s open that. So yeah that was the bedroom slash half kitchen. Yeah. Over in this section we’ve got our kettle
for making tea and like noodle cups. Yep. So yeah. Coffee which I’ve been having in the morning. This is really good green tea guys. Matcha green tea. Oh yeah. This box is almost empty. We’ve got some fruit that we’ve been storing. Oh you just picked up peanut butter and honey. I sure did. This is your instant Gold coffee blend. I have a deodorant bar in the back. You are probably wondering what that is. It shouldn’t be there. But anyways yeah so the thing with having
that small makeshift kitchen is that we do end up going out for food a lot more. Yep. Thankfully we have a supermarket just across
the street so we are able to get like readymade meals and just enjoy them here or go to a
restaurant. But yeah not a whole lot of cooking happening
over here. So I’m just going to close the curtain. Cool. So we’re done with this room. Yeah and I’m going to close this door so we
can make this room look a bit more official. Why don’t you show us what is in over on this
side. Okay so we have kind of like a cupboard would
you call it. Yeah, it is a cupboard. With lots of dishes. Teacups. Saucers. We have some cutlery in there. We have a shoe rack. We do. Okay so one thing about Japanese houses if
that you have to take your outdoor shoes like right at the door and then you can put on
slippers. Slippers. But again like the slippers here are tiny. Like this is not made for big feet. They don’t fit my feet. So we just go barefoot. Yep. But let’s talk about this room. So this is kind of like our living area. We have a couch, a little table, we also have
two little stools if you have people over. So yeah we can just hangout here. Watch Netflix. Sometimes also sit on the carpet too and just
sometimes we actually eat here. Even though it is technically not the dining
area. Not the dining area. Yeah, we have some cool art. Yeah, it looks like a Geisha. It is really cool and up here there is a clock. It is funny because the more I look around
in this apartment there is things that I’m just noticing. There is actually quite a bit of different
stuff in here. Oh and aside from the curtain we have kind
of like this divider. Yep. I think this is technically for you to like
get dressed like change behind. Yeah. This is pretty old fashioned. I don’t even know the name for it. We’ve been using it as a towel rack. Right. Towel rack. Hahaha. There it goes. Okay. So that will bring us to the third room. Yeah and let’s close this one off. Okay. Before I show you this room. We have some sliding doors here. Yeah there is basically three components to
these sliding doors. Yeah. So as you can see you can actually block off
this place into four different sections. Like the bedroom is now blocked by the curtain. Yeah. The first living room is now blocked by these
sliding doors and now we’re basically what would you call this room? The dining room? This I would call our dining area. So we have tatami floors. We have a table that is low to the ground. Japanese traditional table. Three pillows to sit on. And technically if you wanted to you could
convert this room into another bedroom. Yep. Just like removing the furniture because they
have left us mats. Yeah. For two people and you can lay them out here
and you can sleep on tatami floors. Indeed. Mmmhmm. And then we have some nice artwork here. Yes. And then we have an airconditioner. We should also mention we have one in our
bedroom too. Yes. Two airconditioning units. AC which is very nice in the summer. Some cool artwork. Artwork with Sakura. Yeah. And this is also where we have our recycling. Yeah so we need to like separate glass, bottles,
trash. We also have storage. Yes. This is where we keep all the extra duvets
and pillows. Are yoga mat. Our yoga mat. Yeah they’ve done an excellent job of sorting
this for us. As you can see we can it says right here bottles
and cans only. Paper, plastic, raw trash. And bottles only. Yeah, so just to give people a sense of scale
do you want to sit down on that far end just so you can. I’ll show you guys what it is like to dine
here. Sit down like a lady. So you’d be sitting like this. I’d be sitting over here. Yeah. And this is where we have our meal. Noodles. And we also watch YouTube videos here as well. We sure do. So yeah this is kind of nice having one traditional
room in the apartment because. Yeah. It makes me feel like I’m in Japan. Yeah. It is not just a modern place. The nice thing about these different rooms
too is that it doesn’t feel like we’re on top of each other. Yes. We can have a little bit of space from one
another when we need it. And that brings us you are about to knock
your head. Something that happens very often. Oh my gosh. While we’re on that theme I’ve hit my head
on here so many times. Like it is not meant for six foot tall plus
men. Also this has been the bane of my existence. This light. This light fixture. Watch when I go like this I don’t know if
you can see that. Boom. Hit my head. It is right at eyebrow level. Is it that eyebrow level. I basically can’t see it most of the time
but my head sure has bumped into it a lot. Yeah. Okay so this is the forth room in the apartment
and it is kind of like an office space. Yeah. I really like it. I’ve taken over this section, so I’ve been
working here. Yeah. A lot. You have a nice computer desk over here. We’ve got some of our electronics. Charging station for all of the electronics. This is our mic for speaking videos. We’ve got all kinds of electronics. And then over here. Nice leather chair. So basically our closet. Yes. And these are this is where we have the mats. Yep. Like if you wanted to sleep on the tatami
floors and we have mats as well. Just in the back. Guys I just banged my head on the light after
talking about it. Oh my gosh. Hahaha. And I don’t know if you noticed this Audrey. When you turn around we have artwork. Yeah, there are all kinds of things going
on up here. And a random sock. Let’s move that out of the way. That looks like something from where I’m from. Like a bear. Yeah. Some nice wood carvings. Yeah. Some more plants. Another clock. And look there is even more blankets and pillows. Yeah. So this place can definitely fit more people. Let’s finish looking at the closets. Sure. So it is a very spacious closet. One of the biggest closets we’ve had in Japan
so far. Mmmhmm. And again another curtain to kind of like
yep. Create some division and hide the mess. Hide the mess. Basically and then over on this side. Yep. This again it reminds me of those things like
I don’t know the name but you like change behind them. Yeah. Kind of like creates a division in the bedroom. Yep. But here it is just kind of blocking the view. I’m not entirely sure why. And yeah we’ve got like a little couple more
chairs. Wooden chair? That is my daypack. That is my main computer pack. Tripod. And we have a dining table that we’ve just
kind of put away because it was taking up too much space. It was. But we could set that up. We have two chairs. And we have some street side views here guys. Look at that. Oh my gosh I still can’t get over the fact
that it is sunny. I haven’t seen the sun in so long. Hahaha. So yeah again we have more sliding doors here
so again if you wanted to create some division. Yeah. Some space you totally could. So when I’m being really annoying you basically
you would put me in here right? And then you would well this is my space. This is your space. This is my office. This is where you’d go. Um yeah so this is kind of cool and I like
that you’re able to create a lot of division within the apartment. Yep. And now we should show you the bathrooms. So we’re just going to exit through the hallway. Yeah. Where we first entered. I you guys remember this is where we started
it all off. Come on in. Come on in. So this door would lead to the living area. Yeah. Which we already showed you. And then here we’ve got the door to the bathroom. Yep. So it is not the most modern bathroom. It is a bit of a dated bathroom but you can
see what an older Japanese bathroom looks like. Yeah, I’ll come show you the shower first. So shower first. The shower is a little weird I’ve gotta admit. I think whoops I turned off the wrong thing. So if you look down here. Not long here I mean. If I press this this is kind of what turns
on all of the different things. There is a light. There is sorry. This is on off for hot and cold water. This here is the fan. It makes a bit of a noise. And this is the light that turns on the there
is a little light in the shower. Yeah. And they left us some body soap and they left
us some shampoo and conditioner and it is a little shower head. This is a super tiny shower. It is really weird in the sense that like
the door is really rigid and it is hard to kind of move it. It is like it is just a weird shower guys
to be perfectly honest. But it works. It works. So then the next part of the bathroom we have
the toilet and the sink. Yeah. Check out this guys. This is a feature of Japanese bathrooms. When you flush the toilet. Look. The water starts running through so you can
actually wash your hands. Isn’t that crazy? Yeah. That was like the one in Osaka. The Osaka one. Yeah. As well. And we do also have a sink here so you can
choose where you want to wash your hands. It is probably easier to do it here. Yep. Also one thing I noticed about this bathroom
is that it is not one of the modern toilets where it washes your bum and it plays music
if you’re feeling self conscious or anything like that. Like it is a normal western toilet. Yep. Um so yeah and then here we just have some
storage space for the hairdryer. Towels. Yeah. Makeup and blah blah blah. Yeah. So basically we are back where we began. So that concludes our Japanese apartment tour. We hope you guys enjoyed having a look around. Now you know what to expect if you get really
lucky with a large apartment. Yes. We are in a residential area kind of like
in the outskirts of Shinjuku. Yes. It is not as touristy here. No. It definitely feels more local. It does. Rents are cheaper. So yeah. We’re what? A fifteen or twenty minute walk from the metro? Yeah, I would say maybe 15 minutes from the
closest station on foot. Right. Which isn’t bad. Unless it is raining. ShinOkubo. Okubo. Okubo. That is how they say it when they announce
it. Okubo. But yeah that is our apartment. We’ve really enjoyed being here. And yeah we’re going to be showing you some
of our other accommodations as we continue to travel through Japan so stay tuned for
those. Ciao for now. Bye. Bye.


mauricio ureta arroni

Jan 1, 2019, 8:00 pm Reply

Primero ??

Effie Colida

Jan 1, 2019, 8:01 pm Reply

I am excited to see 2 videos in one day Love you guys you are so sweet

Pranav Kumar

Jan 1, 2019, 8:08 pm Reply

Nice Video

Renata Limarzi

Jan 1, 2019, 8:21 pm Reply

Very interesting guys!!! I'm always waiting for new vids and contents from you! You make me travel with you every time! So special!! Kisses! Renata

Anne Elizabeth

Jan 1, 2019, 8:26 pm Reply

It's so beautiful! It's like the perfect mix of traditional Japanese architecture and modern amenities. I would definitely prefer a larger kitchen, but when you're eating out a lot, it probably doesn't matter that much.

Timothy Ryan

Jan 1, 2019, 8:26 pm Reply

Thx for the Vids, always interesting and informative..
How long are you guys in Japan this time?


Jan 1, 2019, 8:28 pm Reply

Ah, there she is!

jose enrique carreño trujillo

Jan 1, 2019, 8:34 pm Reply

manan no intindu quichu manachu, speak spanish all right thank you

Bww Irving

Jan 1, 2019, 8:39 pm Reply

Who Else Likes The Video B4 Watching ?

Bww Irving

Jan 1, 2019, 8:40 pm Reply

You Guys Are Just The Bestest ???

Kaustav Kundu

Jan 1, 2019, 8:43 pm Reply

Audrey chose the best part of the apartment as her workspace.

Millennial Travel Confessions

Jan 1, 2019, 8:43 pm Reply

The place you rented out is pretty big! The place we rented out in Akihabara was much smaller than this!

Chuck Handcock

Jan 1, 2019, 8:47 pm Reply

The “curtain” is called Noren, the one split in the middle. Actually you have a huge apartment. Do you mind me asking how much for your apartment?

Freedom Strider

Jan 1, 2019, 8:59 pm Reply

8:54 – "Some of our electronics" – ah yes, so many wires, so many devices, it's neverending 😉


Jan 1, 2019, 9:00 pm Reply

This is so confusing. Audrey started the video with “Good afternoon”. Where was “Alright guys!”?


Jan 1, 2019, 9:09 pm Reply

2:16 ?creeping on their laundry? A sneak-peek(har!) of Sam's upcoming blog: WWLC World Wide Laundry Creep

Lisa M.

Jan 1, 2019, 9:21 pm Reply

Hey guys, a strange question here, have you ever experienced any bumps in the night? Any hauntings to be exact, anywhere in the world, but I know Japan much like NYC is notorious for spooky experiences.


Jan 1, 2019, 9:28 pm Reply

I can use a kitchen in my bedroom.?

Jamesyboy Experiment

Jan 1, 2019, 9:30 pm Reply

Hey guys – loved this, so interesting to see a traditional apartment there in Japan. Really like the dining area and the fact you can section off the rooms with the sliding doors. Interesting to learn also that this was the biggest one you could find – look forward to seeing your other pads as you travel through Japan ?


Jan 1, 2019, 9:31 pm Reply

wow ! you guys don't stop working ! 2 videos in one day ! this is slowly but surely turning into a 24 hr travelling vlog .

Ana Hernandez

Jan 1, 2019, 9:57 pm Reply

Love your dress Audrey!

Foster Child

Jan 1, 2019, 10:08 pm Reply

Why Audrey wasn’t in India? Did she not want to go there?


Jan 1, 2019, 10:24 pm Reply

so cozy!!!

Red Black

Jan 1, 2019, 10:28 pm Reply

He repeats what she says. Does he even realize? So funny!

Mayumi Marcotte

Jan 1, 2019, 10:49 pm Reply

Wow! funny layout! the kitchen in the bed room~ The dividers are called "Tsuitate" and the pillows on the tatami room are called "Zabuton". I don't see them often nowadays.


Jan 1, 2019, 11:10 pm Reply

This room is quite irregular as a Japanese house. It probably would be a remodeled room for other uses.
Currently in Japan the accommodation of travelers from abroad is an issue for the 2020 Olympic Games.
I think that such a remodeled room is being built to provide reasonably priced accommodation to relatively long-term residents over a month.
However, for long-term stay I think that it is necessary to enrich self-catering facilities etc. a little more.

Chris Hansen

Jan 1, 2019, 11:14 pm Reply

Audrey is so beautiful no matter how plain the apartment is she dresses it up.

Jenny Yu

Jan 1, 2019, 11:28 pm Reply

Can you tell us how much it would cost to rent for a month in Japan and what sites you used to find apartments? We’d love to stay there for a month!

JMarcus Buhay Buhay

Jan 1, 2019, 11:46 pm Reply

It's so nice!

Sagopa Kajmer

Jan 1, 2019, 11:54 pm Reply

good vid


Jan 1, 2019, 12:11 am Reply

Apartment rent so much in Tokyo is quite expensive. You are rich. There are many good places in Japan. Please enjoy a cup.


Jan 1, 2019, 12:20 am Reply

I enjoy a lot from your videos, those all are awesome and very informative. I wonder sometimes that you must be three people (one making the video).


Jan 1, 2019, 12:24 am Reply

Love you Guys!!! Great job :* 🙂


Jan 1, 2019, 12:26 am Reply

I will have switched dining room for bedroom, vice versa. Good video, thank you !

Dhanu Rekha

Jan 1, 2019, 12:42 am Reply

Do you have any house keeping support staff , like we have in India. Audrey sparkles in red. Happy Pongal to Sam, who is very much a Chennai boy to us. Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated for four days starting from today. Love from Chennai.

CAROlina Lopez

Jan 1, 2019, 1:22 am Reply

Ese baño esta muy bueno! Como para ahorrar agua?

bejo oku

Jan 1, 2019, 1:24 am Reply

cheers日本に行こう,respect for japan content creator ?about VLOG INTERVIEW JAPAN, TRAVEL ,etc just ??just a a look my channel ▶️?absolutely free笑

Abi’s Travel Diary?✈️?️?️?

Jan 1, 2019, 1:26 am Reply

Wow.. This apartment is just amazing.. Great video ??☺️

Maike Vogt-Lueerssen

Jan 1, 2019, 1:31 am Reply

Are the clocks working? One was 6:00, the other 2:20! What was the real time?

Ariane P

Jan 1, 2019, 2:11 am Reply

how does it feel to have no proper kitchen and always eating outside? I always thought i needed a good place to cook, which is what i got when i went for a month in taiwan, but i realised i was not using it much since the food quality was good and prices were so cheap that you could easily eat healthy take-out. But from what i heard, japan is more expensive so do you guys feel like it cost you a lot in term of eating expenses ?
and great apartment, it feel spacious with all the divisions and i adore the traditional eating area!

Michael Sylvester

Jan 1, 2019, 3:06 am Reply

Very enjoyed the Japan hotel.


Jan 1, 2019, 3:39 am Reply

Japan traditional apartment is very beautiful

QTpie 1

Jan 1, 2019, 4:00 am Reply

I was curious how much your rent is a month? If you don't mind sharing…thank you!

Kristiana Noel

Jan 1, 2019, 5:45 am Reply

Am I the only one who thinks Audrey looks like she gets annoyed with sam interrupting her so much? lol Her face and tone seem annoyed with him at times

terri binkley

Jan 1, 2019, 5:52 am Reply

Cool apartment guys thanks for sharing.

Susan Duquette

Jan 1, 2019, 5:53 am Reply

Nice apartment,thanks for the tour.Audrey,love your dress.???❤️

Victor Carrillo

Jan 1, 2019, 5:53 am Reply

How much is the rent for an apartment similar to yours?.

LAB-Lil’ Angry B!tch

Jan 1, 2019, 6:35 am Reply

How did you afford to move to Japan for a whole month? What do you do for a living? Did making Vlogs fund your whole month in Japan?


Jan 1, 2019, 11:57 am Reply

I envy you guys, 1 month living in Japan. I can only leave work for 2 weeks. Who left the sock there ? ?

ponnam Anitha

Jan 1, 2019, 1:42 pm Reply

U look so cute audrey… Beautiful


Jan 1, 2019, 2:21 pm Reply

I like the body of Audrey


Jan 1, 2019, 2:38 pm Reply

That pink toilet + sink looks mad cute lmao

Ego Eimai duo

Jan 1, 2019, 2:40 pm Reply

Very beautiful video! Greetings from Crete!

Yuka T

Jan 1, 2019, 3:09 pm Reply

Wow, mix of ‘70 & before apartment/furniture & modern renovations! Interesting even for Japanese ?.

Sairupa kumar

Jan 1, 2019, 4:14 pm Reply

wow audrey ? ur skin is glowing please do a video on your skin care routine..plz plz..ur skin look flawless and beautiful… love your videos guys and sam was super cool in his trip to india.. ???

Di fang

Jan 1, 2019, 4:20 pm Reply

nod when saying hey

Lynn Moore

Jan 1, 2019, 5:28 pm Reply

That is a really cool little apartment! I like how your able to partition off the areas you don't want to use! Thanks for sharing & safe & happy travels!

Hyoma Muroga

Jan 1, 2019, 6:04 pm Reply

the old wood box under the yoga mat is "chabako", originaly used by green tea dealers.
it seems antique.

Spark _

Jan 1, 2019, 9:50 pm Reply

Wow! FANTASTIC!A greatJapanese traditional apartment! I guessed it right Okubo! Well,I said shin okubo as I thought you guys said near a Korea town!? The toilet w/ running water sink on the top is for you guys to wash your hands immediately after ( esp. #2!lol)& the other regular sink is mainely for you to wash your faces & brush your teeth,as well as washing hands right after coming home from outside! You see,Japanese are very hygiene conscious people! We've been doing that since in the late 70's,or early 80's! Btw.,the room divider/ screen panel is called BYOUBU ,actually there's another name if it's for hanging clothes/ kimono.IKOU ,mom told me now lol.But not many use,or understand that word now ! I believe lol.I was wondering what nationalities you are ,you both have American accents ,but someone implied you are Europeans( you do look more Europeans )? I'm Japanese living in California. And wondering how you travel overseas so often? Do you guys get paid!? ( I'm jealous either ways!) Or,maybe you guys are nurses!? As I've met quite a lot nurses lately who told us ( mom got hospitalized very recently,now outpatient)that lots of them work 3 days only/ week ,so they take advantages on that & travel a lot! Just curious!This was like 4th,or 5th video of yours & I really enjoyed each of them! Thank you!

Rod Reves

Jan 1, 2019, 2:16 am Reply

That's the largest rental apt i've seen in Tokyo.

wandering spirit

Jan 1, 2019, 9:19 am Reply

How much $ for 1 month rent in that area? Loved your video!


Jan 1, 2019, 2:46 pm Reply

Do you know how many sq meters or sq feet the apartment is in total? Thanks.


Jan 1, 2019, 6:11 pm Reply

Sam, two separate beds, and you stayed there for a month? Amazing.

ramen raven

Jan 1, 2019, 4:05 am Reply

Definitely seemed big for Japan. But pretty strange having bedroom in the kitchen. Hmmm. But the dining room was beautiful. Audrey scores the best spot to work. Office had nice light.

Start Page

Jan 1, 2019, 4:31 am Reply

This would be cool but the person behind the camera needs to chill…it is distracting let the host speak…OR perhaps you can take turns…I love Japan…

Amir Reza Sadaghiani

Jan 1, 2019, 10:07 am Reply

Very interesting, and BTW you are right, your apartment is/was rather large by Japanese standards, I have seen so many clips about apartments in Japan and they are like Barbie houses….:) like <40 sq. m.

Compass Creations

Jan 1, 2019, 10:36 am Reply

I love you guys but watching this is almost unbearable with Sam talking over Audrey ALL the time. Let the person who is on camera do the talking. You can chime in every once and I while but you are talking more then she does. You can see the annoyance flicker in her eyes when you start to talk before she’s even done. Dude, in this case you are the camera man, that’s your job. Let your wife give the tour or do it the other way around but it’s difficult to watch with the way it is now. Please be more considerate to the viewers and your wife. Like I said I love you guys just something you might wanna know.

Warda Khalid

Jan 1, 2019, 12:40 pm Reply

You should also travel Pakistan and for your ease to travel Pakistan watch latest vlogs by foreigner travellers in Pakistan like Eva Zu Beck , College free , Living the dream and by local vlogers like Ukhano , Irfan junejo , Morroo ?


Jan 1, 2019, 3:48 am Reply

A Todos los Argentinos nos parece extraño cuando hacen vídeos en ingles! queremos ver a Samuel y Audrey hablando español!! / All Argentines seem strange when they make videos in English! we want to see Samuel and Audrey speaking Spanish!!


Jan 1, 2019, 5:12 pm Reply

A very spacious apartment indeed ?
The office part is very pretty!

Imperial Pub

Jan 1, 2019, 10:07 am Reply

While you guys are in Japan, you should get a Name Seal! They are really kool! I would love to have one here in the states!

International Foodie Guide

Jan 1, 2019, 6:24 am Reply

Thanks for producing great content every time, I really like your videos

Charles Williamson

Jan 1, 2019, 6:48 pm Reply


Suay Hughes

Jan 1, 2019, 12:49 am Reply

Nice Apartment??

Jojo Jo

Jan 1, 2019, 4:05 am Reply

Hi Audrey and Sam!!! ☺☺☺☺☺Thanks for posting this!! How much is this apartment per month?


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Feb 2, 2019, 11:32 pm Reply

Wow! This apartment is a great size! Did you guys choose to have the bedroom in the kitchen or was it like that when you arrived? It would be nice to sleep in the room with the wardrobe, have the kitchen area as the kitchen diner with the dining table which could also be used for office space, leaving the other two rooms as they are. So much space!

Rebecca Becca

Feb 2, 2019, 2:36 pm Reply

Audrey, I love your dress. You look soooo pretty!


Mar 3, 2019, 1:56 pm Reply

You cannot see the room . You should stand back with the camera

Michael Thompson

Mar 3, 2019, 5:31 am Reply

Hey guys, what did y'all pay per night there? To my surprise that was not in your description 🙂 Thanks for sharing !

Good Shepherd

Mar 3, 2019, 3:54 am Reply

This girl is happy and very beautiful to

Benedetto Bruno

Mar 3, 2019, 10:18 pm Reply

1 April 2019, Palermo, Sicily.

Japan is a very advanced country on many levels but definitely crap on housing.

Tatsugoro Ozuma

Apr 4, 2019, 3:34 am Reply

It is an apartment that smells like Showa era in Japan.

Mori Soba

Apr 4, 2019, 1:56 pm Reply

The new concept of living " bedroom in the kitchen ".

Carol Paupst

Apr 4, 2019, 2:00 pm Reply

Only one should be narrator

Maria Willoughby

Apr 4, 2019, 5:07 pm Reply

Guy is so annoying


May 5, 2019, 12:34 pm Reply

I call them privacy screens.

Pamela Morales

May 5, 2019, 5:01 pm Reply

annoying tour. camera guy had to be heard.


May 5, 2019, 1:34 pm Reply

(Smells of the) kitchen in the bedroom? No no no no…

Best 700

May 5, 2019, 12:04 pm Reply

Guaranteed Dislike . All these info and didnt bother urself to say the cost ? Which is the most important info !!!

Fairouz Soumam

May 5, 2019, 12:58 pm Reply

God japeneese apparts make le clostrophobiq

Irma Norminton

May 5, 2019, 6:54 pm Reply

Very confusing and frustrating when the keep interrupting each other.

Dawn a calm kitty

Jul 7, 2019, 5:09 pm Reply

Aren't you so classy girl! That dress and the earrings look awesome! love the apartment dang! bitch 'n home~ but
where is the rice cooker? Can't not have a rice cooker in Japan! lol's. I have no stove and I live in a suite in BC. So
it isn't just in foreign countries. I don't mind having a microwave and a counter hot burner. It's all I need. I don't miss
not having a full stove tbh. You go for walks often to make food during the week. Good exercise. I thought you
couldn't put things on the walls in Tokyo? I have seen many suite tours and they all say you can't hang pic's…Oops!
don't get in trouble guys.

Maria Heredia

Jul 7, 2019, 10:12 pm Reply

It’s annoying with the camera man saying “yeah yeah yes “ with every thing she says…

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