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Prevention of Corona Virus Diseases

Despite of the current situation with lack of foreign tourists, we are still helping many needy local families with small children staying at home alone or with their parents teleworking here in Tokyo.



Like our Australian babysitter, Meg, all of our babysitters are wearing a face mask and doing their best to prevent from being infected with corona virus.



Face masks and hand sanitizers/alcohol are in short and it getting more difficult each day for local people like us to find one at any local drugstore and pharmacies…



Frequent hand-washing, face-covering and crowd avoidance are the primary defensive acts for not catching the new corona-virus for all of us now.





















Postponement of the Olympics

Due to the postponement of the Tokyo Olympics, we have received many cancellations from overseas in just one day and been making the full refunds to all those families who were excited to be here in Japan this summer.



It is indeed sad that the Olympic Games have to be postponed but we all think it will be an even more successful game in 2021. Our guests are all promising to be here for the forthcoming 2021 Olympics and giving us warm encouragements and that surely keeps us moving forward.



Also for those who were planning to visit Japan for the warm and beautiful season this year, we miss your physical presence but spring is truly right around the corner and the flowers are starting to bloom here.



All of us are looking forward to meeting you here in Japan after the outbreak comes to an end.




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Tatsuya Kawase


Parks Full of Children

As of today, most of the schools in Japan are closed under this circumstances…



However, the children are all well and playing at the parks nationwide now:).



The weather is getting warmer every day (around 20 degrees in Celsius in Tokyo on March 18), and people enjoy the smell of spring and praying for the pandemic to be over soon at the same time.


We are seeing lots of families are making tough decision and cancelling their trips both locally and internationally around the world.  We all hope the spread of the virus will eventually end around the world and everyone’s life goes back to normal very shortly.


Until then, we are committed to caring for the health and well-being of our clients and playing a constructive role in supporting local families whenever they need our help during this unprecedented situation.


Please take care of each other and see you all soon.



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Tatsuya Kawase


Cherry Blossoms in Tokyo

It is still the first week of February but we have found some Sakura trees already opens their first blooms here and there in Tokyo.



Tokyo’s cherry blossoms usually start blooming in mid-late March, and there are so many Sakura spots and festivals taking place in and around Tokyo.


If you are planning to visit Japan for the coming months, please do not miss this beautiful time of year.


The temperature this winter has been relatively higher so the Sakura might start blooming earlier than expected.


Visiting a famous parks is also a good idea but discovering some hidden sakura spots on your own is also fun!


In case you struggle finding a good place for cherry blossom viewing, why don’t you check with us. We can recommend some quieter but still very nice places to visit with your young children.


Hope to see you here in Tokyo in March!









Hotel Gajoen Tokyo

We have visited one of the nicest museum-like hotels in Tokyo yesterday. It is Hotel Gajoen Tokyo located near Meguro station.



With the garden of tranquility, the hotel opened as a Japanese-Chinese restaurant back in 1930’s with the the collection of treasury art and wedding banquet for noble and wealthy families. After 90 years of tradition and fame, it was transformed as one of the genuine Japanese hotel ever (Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is a member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World and there are only two in Tokyo; Hotel Gajoen Tokyo and Tokyo Station Hotel).



Offering a variety of excellent restaurants from authentic Japanese to international cuisines such as Chinese, Italian, and American, you can experience true Japanese hospitality from each hotel staff.



For more information, you can click on their webpage or SLH’s:


You can always check the availability of English-speaking babysitters through Ms. Yukiko Shako (hotel concierge) and check the availability of your babysitter while you are staying in the hotel.