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Had a 8 night stay in Tokyo and really enjoyed my time at Ninja. It was recommended to me by a friend, and it didn't disappoint. The staff were friendly and helpful, the cabin bunk was roomy enough and surprisingly comfortable. The location is good for getting to and from the airport (though it is a hour-and-a-half trip, but little to no transfers), and conveniently near Akihabara and Asakusa. If I find myself in Tokyo again, I'll have Ninja in mind.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
We had a wonderful stay! The dorms with the wooden rthat you can shut offered more privacy than traditional bunks, and (having stayed in Tokyo several times at different hostels) Khaosan Ninja has definitely been the best in terms of value for money and comfort.
Great Place, the staff are extremely helpful and friendly. Holding our luggage up to 8pm day of check out too was a massive help to have a productive final day, felt very safe with locker and padlock for bed plus loads of space in the cabin capsules. Highly recommend this place to anyone staying in Tokyo
Had stayed at Khason Kabuki a couple years ago and it was booked this time around, so I opted for its sister hostel, Ninja. Not a bad place to stay, but much prefer Kabuki. Stayed in a twin private and there was just enough room for two suitcases between the bunk beds and wall. Had to shuffle things around each time one of us needed to get out of the room. The room was tiny, even by Japanese standards. But hostel was clean and convenient and the staff excellent. I'd consider staying here again.
Great place to stay! Immaculately clean, good value for money and feel secure.
Good location considering where I wanted to go mostly. English speaking staff, friendly and willing to help. Each bed has its own lamp, curtain for some privacy and charging point which is definitely a major plus point. This is the 3rd time I'm staying Ninja.
I like coming back here when I need to catch an early train because of the common area, which is both pleasant and open 24H. I liked the dorm rooms, although I have spent a number of nights in the common room. Staff may change, but is friendly and helpful. Asakusabashi is alright, and Ninja is only a short walk from train and metro. I found the private twin room to be a little weary and we couldn't get the temperature in the room up to a decent level, but the price is reasonable for Japan.
We stayed in a private room and it was very small, cold and smelly... The hostel itself is very nice and if I evercome back, then I'll take the mixed dorm cabin as it was much better than the private one!
The cabin style dorm bunks were quite comfortable and the individual locking doors were very nice. How loud it was depended a lot on the other guests and whether or not they decided to jump off of their top bunks rather than climb down their ladders. Overall though it was very quiet and a great atmosphere.
Great place with nice chats with other travellers. The individual cabins are super great as it is big enough to explode your backbag and it doesn't bother anyone as you can close the "door" and hide it. Also it is very peaceful to sleep as you cannot hear the neighbors snooring through the cabin walls.