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Anne Hostel Asakusabashi Reviews

2-21-14, Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan

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2062 Total Reviews
  • 87%Value For Money
  • 83%Security
  • 84%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 83%Atmosphere
  • 87%Cleanliness
  • 83%Facilities

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The free toast and boiled eggs for breakfast is a huge plus but they only put out one 2 slice toaster so there's usually a bit of a wait. Check in is at 4pm so getting there at noon kinda sucked. Mixed dorm was pretty small, only a small walkway between the beds. Showers are real small too. Staff is great, pretty much the same people as the other Anne hostel in Ryogoku. Anne hostel is pretty consistent between both properties.


Very clean, comfy beds with curtains for privacy, never ran out of hot water or had to wait for a shower. Staff was fine, but not super accommodating; they seemed about as flexible as the automated phone recievers you get when you call most companies now. Free breakfast was amazing; simple, but I never needed anything more than the hard boiled eggs, bread, and spreads. They lock up the common/dining room at midnight, which isn't great. Close to the subway and JR lines, easy to get anywhere.


I loved my stay in the hostel. I met a lot of people and had a great time there. The rooms are good and the hostel is less than 5 minutes from metro station, JR station and 7/11 shop.

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