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Paying for showers was a bit strange, but otherwise, my stay went smoothly.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Very clean, professionally run hostel, no complaints from me.
We had a nice time and we would definitly go back there, but the rooms are tiny and our room smelled bad. Maybe it was the air-con or the tatamis. With opened window it was ok
- Novice Nomad
- Couple, 18-24
- (1 review)
All the conveniences one would hope for, along with a pleasant atmosphere.
Excellent staff and clean rooms/facilities. Location is a bit far from everything though.
Nothing really special, but it made a nice stay for a relatively cheap prize. Location is a bit far from "centrum" (if you can talk about any actual centrum in tokyo), but somewhat close to Subway station anyway. Room quite small, but clean and with nice tatami floor, as well as were shared toilets clean. Maybe this is not a party hostel, but it doesn't need to be, for me it made a nice stay for first two nights recovering from jet lag and still I met some nice people here as well.
We stayed in a Japanese twin room for three nights - the hostel was a bit of a walk from the metro & JR station, though not enough to be a problem, and there wasn't much in the surrounding area. However the hostel itself was great, the staff were helpful and the place was pretty clean and well equipped. Their cafe opposite does English or Japanese style breakfasts. They have loads of helpful info about areas of Tokyo and how to get there. The room was tiny but comfortable. Would recommend!
Very cute hostel! Small rooms but very clean and a lovely atmosphere.
This hostel's location is poor, not really near to anything other than a metro line, which is still far out. The room I stayed in was so smelly it almost knocked me out. The hostel is very old. The staff were knowledgeable but unwilling to offer help without being coxed into it. The wifi is excellent. The kitchen very average.
The sleeping room smell little.I think beds should be washed.but wonderful atmosfere...
Having spent 10 nights here, I came to enjoy this funky and cozy hostel. The staff was helpful answer my myriad questions about Tokyo and I met some lovely people in the little lobby/meeting area. The cheap bike rental--250 yen--was another plus and a great (and recommended) way to see Tokyo. Little touches, like the old adverts in the bathrooms, made this place memorable. My only complaint was a few times I had trouble finding it, located as it is, on a quiet side street in residential area.
Bad location, far from everything. Everything costs extra (shower, laundry powder, very high key deposit). It seems the staff doesnt want people to be in the common areas so everything gets shut down at around 22:00. Not comfortable beds and pillows. Also there is a curfew.
I really liked this hostel! I had no problem with paying 100yen for a 5min shower. No big deal people!! Bed was comfy, not too many people. A bit far from the city center but quite close to a major metro station. Free breakfast was a plus!
Excellent place to stay if you are visiting Tokyo. The hostel if very clean and the staff is also helpful. Two thumbs up.
Wonderful hostel with great staff and clean facilities. Expect to pay 100yen for a 5 minute shower, but the water pressure and temperature are some of the best I've come across in a hostel. No curfew, with a door key provided to get back in after midnight. Location is about a 5-10 minute walk from the subway, but it's easy enough to get around Tokyo once at the station. Would stay again. Thanks!
Nice and friendly staff, clean and quiet rooms, and only 10 minutes from a subway stop. Didn't like having to pay 100 yen for 5 minutes in the shower. (allthough this does speed things up!)
shower costs extra which is unusual for Japan, hostel-affiliated breakfast restaurant (100m away, at extra cost, kitchen available at the hostel, though) was closed st the time of stay - next option seemed to be at the train station
Very friendly, clean, & comfortable; our room & common areas were small but efficient - and it's a hostel in Tokyo, so compactness is to be expected! Very traveler-friendly, keeping our bag (for a very small fee) while we traveled elsewhere for a couple of days, & then on our last day (pm flight out) keeping our bags & allowing us to use the showers in the evening even after we'd checked out (which gave us a very nice last day in Tokyo). Area felt a little sketchy at first, but no problems.
A really great place to stay in Tokyo. The staff members are so friendly, and the single room was confortable.