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A bit on the dirty side even for a hostel. Price is reasonable but there are better places to stay in the same area for cheaper. The washing machine is broken and apparently it was been for awhile now.
Clean overall, but facilities quite run down/minimal - bathroom mould, no proper changing room or hooks for towels/clothes. Very thin futon with no proper bed sheets. The living space was however quite cosy. Cost seemed reasonable for twin but was literally a bunkbed and no floor space; stopped for a night so wasn't too bad, though I would advise against it if you plan to stop longer. Wifi didn't work on top floor. Staff welcome on arrival, whilst polite, was uninformative & unfriendly.
Right on the tram line that gets you to Namba and Umeda. A lot of homeless guys in the area, unless they're just smelly old dudes that like sleeping on the ground. Room was really small, but that's all you need. Would have liked to meet more people in the common room on Saturday night etc for a social pre-drinks but I think that is just a byproduct of the place being small and having long term stayers. Cheap beers all throughout the area though in local standing bars! Often less than 200JPY.
The "Dormitory" with 10 beds is in fact a floor with 7 rooms - shower, toilet and 5 "rooms" with 2 beds (loft bed) each. There is very little space in the hostel. It is good if you just need bed and dont have a lot of luggage, otherwise better use another hostel