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Small cozy hostel near Hiroshima station. Really women friendly (1 women toilet
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Amazing location, very clean. Bunk beds in two adjoined rooms with ryokan style common room. Separate toilets and showers, but there are only two of each which can get crowded at times. Washer and dryer are available for 300 yen. Staff are very friendly and they clean entire place each day. Location is amazing next to Hiroshima Station when coming into the city, as well as for taking the tram to the Peace Museum and Miyajima. Only negative is no credit cards are accepted.
Home feeling warm hostel , nice staff , best location in town
This hostel is in a great location. You can walk to most of the important sites in Nagasaki and the neighborhood itself is charming. However, the hostel itself is just okay. The wifi only seems to work in the common room, so if you're looking for someone to chat with, good luck -- everyone has their noise in their phone. This was also the most expensive hostel that I stayed at in Japan, and I didn't think it was anything special.
I enjoyed my stay at the hostel. The common area wasn't large, but it was cosy enough to make new friends and play video games. The towels and toiletries provided free of charge was also a nice touch. Would most definitely return when I go back to Hiroshima!
This was an aesthetically pleasing, very well appointed generous little guest house. My teenage family felt immediately welcome. My son was indulged with video games in the lounge, there were wonderful books to read and a coffee machine! It was so close to the station and the river, and we caught a tram out the front to the Peace Park, very convenient. It was very small but the people running it were so lovely no one felt cramped. Lots of lovely touches and thoughtful design.