Antonia and her cousin, Jonas from Germany.
When I met them, they were just 18 or 19.
We ate Okonomiyaki together!!!
Okonomiyaki cooking tool
My favourite drink
They stayed Korea before coming to Japan. I was so happy to host guests like them.
I am very surprised that they were so matured that I couldn’t think they were under 20.
I heard about German cultures and why German likes to travel all over the world. German everywhere!!
I supported them financially too because I knew students have no money!
They were so humble and smart enough to answer all of my answers.
We went so many places for such a short term. I have very good memories with them.
I learned how ambitious they are and I got good vibes from them.
Thank You Toni, Jonus, we are in different places in the world, but we do our best!!!
My cousin and I stayed with Taka for four nights in his apartment in the centre of Tokyo. Taka was probably the most awesome host ever, he was always trying to make our stay a memorable one and he definitely accomplished that! Taka hosts up to 4 people per night, so we had the wonderful opportunity to meet other couchsurfers and hang out with them. We would always meet up with Taka after he finished work and he would take us to awesome dinner places (authentic sushi for example). On the weekend Taka was free, so he spent the whole time with us, showing us the beautiful spots of Tokyo.
His apartment is absolutely central, and even though it’s not big, it’s comfortable and nice.
If you are looking for a fun and cool host who really cares about his guests and their wellbeing, Taka is the right person to send a request to!
Thank you so much for everything! You are always welcome in Germany.
Toni and Jonas https://couchsurfing.page.link/3GZfe