A resort experience like a dream, enjoying the city on a rooftop terrace
TABATA Laputa is just a 5 minute walk from Tabata station along the Yamanote and Keihin Tohoku lines, sitting in the corner of a quiet residential area.
It’s said that Laputa was a name taken from the flying island of the “Laputa Kingdom” which appears in Gulliver’s Travels. I was certain the name came from Ghibli Studio’s “Castle in the Sky”, but apparently Ghibili’s Laputa was originally from Gulliver’s Travels as well.
However, if you’re wondering why it’s named after a flying island, it’s because of the rooftop terrace with an incredible sense of openness. Surely open air living under the stars where everyone can talk and eat together makes share house living much more fun. Furnished with deck chairs and parasols like a resort poolside, by all means we encourage you to give this city resort a try.
Now let’s take a look at the rooms!
The main lounge on the 3rd floor features bright and gorgeous interior designing with female residents in mind. Even the flowers decorating the table top match the color scheme of the room and it looks fantastic.
This is the terrace on the roof of the building, boasting a spectacular sense of open space. Since there are no tall buildings nearby, the view from here is fantastic!
For women who’d, rather than a busy lifestyle living together with lots of people, emphasize living at their own pace in a place that’s calm and safe, I think this may be the share house for them. TABATA Laputa is a newly opened share house so there are still openings available, but I have a feeling the rooms will fill up fast, so if you’re interested be sure to send in an inquiry.
This is living together with other women. For example, you return home from work and it’s late, but when you open the door you can hear someone’s home. It’s moments like these that I think make living in a share house so fantastic.
I’m sure there are those who have moved to the Tokyo area for whatever reason, and until now have lived life a bit recklessly. However, you’re thinking of making a change to the monotony of the television’s laughter or the low groan of the half-broken air conditioner that make up your everyday life living alone. If you begin living a life where you’re not alone, the world around you which you’ve grown so accustomed to may start to look a little different.
This share house is an island floating in the city sky, and not just your dreams or fantasies, but a life filled with the voices and laughter of your share mates could be waiting for you on the other side of the door when you come home. Before you know it, you may find yourself heading home a little bit faster than before.