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My room has a lot of dust, like a power and somethings like hair or wool and it stuck to my clothes. My friend who is allergic was so painful with her nose. The washbasin or sink is too short; it's hard to wash the face without making wet on the floor. All other things are fine for me.
Had a very pleasant stay with friendly and helpful staff!
Really helpful staff! And really nice rooms!!
There are many hotels near aizuya inn. Their living price is cheaper than aizuya inn. 3500jpy for one night vs 2740jpy for one night. That is why I give review about value for money is poor. And I want to say one think is that the cheap room's door is very good. That lets me and other people can't hear and smell over the door. And the room's air is fresh. Most important thing is there is hot spring free in hostel and there is a free shower's room of 24 hours. Chun-Hsiang Chao
Nice place to stay. Futons are a little hard and the bunk beds are a little wobbly and some noise from adjacent rooms, but sufficiently OK for sleep. Showers are great, although they are 100yen for 10 minutes which is long enough for a good wash. The location is easy enough to find though is a bit of a walk from anywhere in particular. Staff very friendly and helpful. Kitchen pretty small - didn't even attempt cooking (and food was being pilfered by another guest). Would recommend.
Spent there one night in a double room. I felt that sleeping on Tatami mats in a room with dirty, naked walls isn't much of a pleasant Japanese experience. They charge an extra fee for arrival after 10 pm even though the reception seems open until 12 pm which I think is a rip off. The location of other Tokyo hostels is much better. This one is 10mins walk to the next station and far away from Tokyo nightlife in Roppongi, Shibuja and Shinjuku.
Great Hostel! Loved the themed bathrooms, especially the hello kitty one! Kitchen was small, but this seems to be common in japanese hostels, very clean. Bit of a bummer you have to pay for showers, but reasonable. Rooms are lovely!