Kagoshima Little Asia Guest House Reviews
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"Litte Asia" - the worst guest house in my life. Everywehere is weightless. And atmosphere was strange. Looks like a homeless house.
Toilets are dirty. There's mold on the walls and the floors are grimy. The staff are usually very indifferent, and can't be bothered to create a good atmosphere for the guests. As such, I found it hard to talk to the other hostelers because the atmosphere was so bad. The normal male dorms aren't locked so I felt a little unsafe. There should be more toilets and facilities should be maintained properly. Location is great though.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
Staff are very nice. They could have cleaned the shower as it was very dirty. . There are "regulars" who the staff know and apparently come to the hostel often. One individual was rude and acted as the "policeman" of the hostel focusing his ire mainly on people who didn't look like him i.e. Non-Japanese guests in the "Japanese way." He was loud and all in all a despicable person. This is simply an observation. The
Pretty straightforward hostel, perfectly comfortable and clean dorms with good facilities. Best aspects are easily location (right next to one of the major train stations) and the value for money (so cheap!).
Excellent value for money, friendly staff, top location, lots of free facilities. Highly recommended.
Little Asia is located nearby railway. We can hear the sound of trains passing by. This is the cheapest hostel I lived in Japan, and it is as clean as any other hostels. I was happy to know many japaneses also lived in this cheap hostel, they also saved money.
Only one shower room and two bathrooms for individual use were available. Cleanliness was also a problem.