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Can't complain about anything- it was super clean, big solid bunk beds, all the usual facilities plus free delicious coffee in the morning with breakfast! The staff were great, Ricky bought a heap of crabs one night and cooked everyone an amazing dinner, which was good to get to know other guests. The only thing I would pass on is that as a solo traveller I was a bit underwhelmed at how empty it was- but it was during the quiet season so can't blame them for that! Thanks guys :)
It was an easy place to find, comfortable, small which I liked because it made socializing better. I stayed in larger hostels and most people travel together and keep to themselves. Time Peace was smaller and even younger Japanese people stayed there which was fun. Hung out with Riki and a few others drinking in Sapporo. Thanks for the good memories!
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)
The walking time is about three minutes from the Subway exit to the Hostel. It has a good sign so easy to find in snow. Very quirky little place with a vinyl crackling in the background and 1970's retro furniture. The staff are Japanese and friendly. It is a small hostel with nice wide single beds. Proper timber bunks that don't rock. Clean sheets, clean room and a proper Japanese doona! Curtains and a light on every bed. Excellent WiFi. Hot showers and free fresh coffee for breakfast.
Great coffee, great showers, Kamochan was lovely.