Located in the wing of Guest Rooms, Hitoshi Sagara's suite is a cut above the rest. He's not a slave, he's the employee of the month, every month, for all time. Or until he dies, which knowing Wells, probably won't happen any time soon. He's been damn good at his job so he's afforded several luxuries around the house. His apartment, as he rather it be called, is two stories of modern contemporary interior design decadence. He likes neutral colors but he has a few fancy art pieces he's picked up over the years that add pops of color to the place. Some of those paintings are worth more than some of the slaves here but he's earned it, in his opinion.
Hitoshi is an avid reader and collects distinguished books as well the way Wells collects people.
Hitoshi is also responsible for the chore list and reward system in place to keep the estate clean and give the slaves something to look forward to. Everyone has a different thing to clean each week and for each day they successfully clean their thing, they earn a star. They can earn up to seven stars a week and then spend them on things they would want. They are not stack-able so spend fifty, you have to earn that fifty again. Outside of his room, he keeps the list of chores with everyone's names on it so they can find it on their way out. He's pretty relaxed about it for the most part but suggests cleaning begins after breakfast. That's not always possible so he says that so long as it's done before he wakes up the next day, it's fine.
Trust that you can't lie to him about if you've done your chore or not.
He also has a small box with paper and a pencil for suggestions on things the slaves would want. He'll confirm their desired item with them and subtract their stars and go get it. He knows how difficult this place could be to someone not familiar with being a slave so he tries to make these little things exciting for them. Hitoshi is not on their side, though, and he will immediately suggest punishment if there's extensive misbehaving.