Reviews: Anonymous

Tokyo Hostel

Tokyo, Japan

We found a very cheap deal for a twin suite, cheaper than most of the dorms in Tokyo, and very last minute. The hostel is about 10 minutes from the Subway, pretty easy to find with their directions. Once we arrived at the hostel, we found that our room had not yet been made, our beds were on the floor, and that there was only one bathroom on our particular floor, which was a nuisance at times. Overall, we were very happy because it was so cheap to get our own room (with a balcony!).


Osaka, Japan

It's a bit difficult to find, but is pretty close to the metro. Very clean place, doesn't house too many guests at once (definitely less than 20). Owner has a massive manga collection you can browse. Overall, it's good if you don't want to get loud, since the walls are pretty thin and sound travels throughout the whole place.

Hiroshima Hana Hostel

Hiroshima, Japan

Super clean and modern place located right next to local tram and relatively close to subway. Definitely sets the standard for what a hostel's amenities should be. Free English tour of Atomic Bomb dome when I went. Also, it's located next to some late night food places and karaoke, so you can have fun without taking the subway.

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Thank you very much for staying at Hana Hostel and also your comment!!! Glad to know you enjoyed your stay and Free English tour! Thanks again and hope to see you again!


Great place, good rates, great bar/lounge area in the hostel. Great staff was easy and fun to communicate with, secure location, easy to plan trips through hostel. Best part was the chill atmosphere created by the bar and the other guests. It might have been a timely coincidence, but the guests were nicer and not as party-centered as other hostels I stayed at. Rooms were clean with elevators leading up to them. There were spacious bathrooms on every floor, and a cheap 24 store for small items.


It was quite a walk from the subway and very difficult for the cab driver to find. Still, there was a bar and a large common area, the front desk helped arrange my Great Wall trip, and there's a beautiful courtyard in the middle of all the rooms. Most of the people I saw were other Asian tourists, mostly Chinese, but most of the spoke English and it was a good experience. Definitely felt secure with a card necessary to enter the hostel at night, even if it's located down an alley.