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Winter sports enthusiasts flock to the Hakuba Valley area of Japan to sample its numerous ski resorts and runs. Located near two of these popular resorts, Hakuba Powder Lodge (pictured here) is a great value ski lodge offering a number of different room types. Free WiFi is provided along with transfers to and from the main train and bus stations.
Two of the latest properties in Tokyo to sign up here on Hostelworld.com are the Toco Tokyo Heritage Hostel and the Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki. The Toco Tokyo Heritage Hostel is a traditional Japanese ryokan and the building dates back to 1920. Located in the Ueno area of the city, it is close to plenty of great attractions including Ueno Zoo. The Asakusa area of Tokyo, which is home to the famous Sensoji Temple, is where you’ll find the Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki. Free WiFi is provided at this hostel and guests also have access to kitchen facilities and a living room area.
Guesthouse VENTEN is our newest signup from Kyoto. It’s in a great location close to a number of top Kyoto attractions including the Imperial Palace and the Nijo-Jo castle. Along with a café serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, this guesthouse also has its own Japanese garden where guests can relax.
Located in the Niseko area of Hokkaido, Japan, Owashi Lodge is a popular ski lodge offering a variety of dorms. The crew at reception will be able to help you out with equipment rental, lift passes and plenty more.
To book all these hostels and lots of other properties throughout Japan, look no further than our great selection of hostels in Japan.
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