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The beds were really very uncomfortable and the bathroom was always dirty. The dorm room concept is pretty cool though if you are traveling as two people, because you kind of have your own room, and the staff is nice.
Location was good, easy to find and very close to the JR rail station and subway. The staff were friendly and always willing to help out. Rooms were tiny and too small to keep luggage in and the beds were hard and uncomfortable!! The rice sacked pillows were something different!!! 6pm check in is way too late. Wouldn't recommend a long term stay here, but fine for a few days.
The hostel is pleasant, clean, safe and the staff are fantastic. A real gem for any backpacker.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
Really nice place to stay in the Shinsekai area, which is a bit grungy. If you like that this place is clean with nice people.
This was a very dissapointing hostel, it definitely wasn't up to the Japanese standard. First of all I expected a door to my room not just a curtain and second it has to be one of the smallest rooms I've ever stayed in. it was so small I had to pack my backpack in the hallway. The staff are quite friendly though, just shame about the actual hostel.
There is a hostel just infront that has same facilities if not even better for just half the price! Makes Sachi look annoying ..
The rooms are reaaaally small and don't suit for a long stay. It's also pretty noisy with the subways and trains outside. Also you can hear everything when someone is climbing the stairs or moving in their beds in the next room... even if your neighbors refrain from doing noise. The price is under the average prices, especially for that part of the city (good location!). The staff don't speak english but they helped us with directions and lending an outlet adapter for free.