Akicafe Inn Guesthouse Reviews
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Really nice little hostel, with plenty of privacy in the dorms. Lovely clean towels provided and a hairdryer which was a novelty! Would def stay here again.
Only stayed the one night (tried to get another but every hostel in the city was booked out!), place is small but mostly nice. I read about it before I came and there is definitely a smell to the place that reminds me of a toilet. It's not unbearable but if smells are a tipping point then this probably isn't the place for you. They had a cozy little common area but not many people were using it. Played the Nintendo WiiU with a French guy which was fun.
No door on the bathroom, so the entire hostel smelled like a urinal. The smash bros in the living area was cool though.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Staff spoke no English and had great difficulty even checking us in. The place was very loud. It had only two bathrooms and showers, located right in the kitchen-main room area. The most grievous discomfort of this hostel was its smell. The smell of urine and unclean pervaded the entire hostel. There was a dog that lived there, something that wasn't advertised. We enjoyed the free towel service and well privatized bunks, but were otherwise wholly dissatisfied.
It is not so easy to find at first visit, but if you are in trouble you can call the owner and she will pick you up at a nearby corner or konbini :) I liked the place very much. It was clean and comfortable. Even by walking you can reach the Odori Park and of course the Museum of Modern Art (not necessarily worth a visit).