The original Kanalian before and throughout the design and build process. Quite a transformation indeed.
1st floor heating panel before wooden flooring
Making wooden benches
Decoration under the front desk; it spins!
A countertop between posts
The entrance door frame
The front door way to entrance
Tiling in a shower room
Changing water pipes from the main road
Ms Oyakawa`s piano arrived at Kanalian
Piano being played for the first time – the day of a walking event on the Toukaidou historical road from Kanagawa – Totsuka (10km)
Hand made kitchen counter for guests, before fitting a sink in the center and burners on either side
Artist Uchiko Watanabe painting the balloon wall
6-month Roman and 1-year old George with Lloyd
We spent a week at the Kanalian Guest House in Sept 2011, and found it to be VERY comfortable, VERY convenient, VERY clean, VERY well-appointed and VERY budget-friendly. We’d let Lee take care of us ANYTIME we’re in the Yokohama area, and we’ll be back!
Rob & Randy Lane (Tulsa, OK)
We are three girls from Taiwan and we spent 24 days stayed in kanalian guest house in Feb 2013. This guest is really clean and convient. I love the atmosphere here:its just like a sweet home, and the decorations is quite arty. Lee took very good care of us. I’ll come back someday for sure and I’ll recommand this guest house to my friends!!