Very accommodating and super friendly service. I emailed a month earlier asking if I could drop off my small luggage a few days before checking in, and it was no problem at all. The complimentary breakfast blew me away... there was a wonderful assortment of food and the 5th story views were just gorgeous. The location can't be beat and you will never be short of places to eat nearby. We felt very safe and had a comfortable stay there.
Asakusa is rich with history, so this is an great place to stay. Near several local stations and there are plenty of food options nearby. Stayed in a 6 bedroom dorm that was very clean, had a private toilet/shower, and in-room lockers to store personals. Staff was very friendly and the common room is huge. Bunk beds had outlets next to your head, which is always a plus.
Fantastic location, in the Gion district and convenient for shopping and dining. Private room with one double bed, room was extremely small and bathrooms were located separately down the hall. Room was very basic and sterile feeling, just a bed and coat hanger and that's pretty much it. Showers are located only on the 3rd floor, so if you are on the 2nd you need to walk up. No real room to store luggage when you check out, simply leave in the bar downstairs and hope for the best.
Located inside of a shopping arcade, so food and shopping is literally next door. Got a twin bunk room-- not much space but enough room for everything you will need. Small tv mounted on the wall, small desk, and clean bathroom with great shower/tub. Layout looks like a former business hotel. There is a separate luggage room in the lobby. Staff are friendly, and rooms are quiet. Need to take the local bus from the train station and then walk about 10 minutes to get there.
Got the twin bunk bed room and it was excellent-- complete with in room bathroom/shower and a small tatami mat sitting area. It felt like I was staying in a quaint hotel. Staff is friendly, helpful, and seems family-run. Rooms and guests were very quiet, and the location is great. Within walking distance of many attractions, or you can opt to buy a day tram pass for 500 yen AT the hostel. Older rooms, but you get a nice sense of 'Japan', and everything is clean. 20 min. walk from train stat
Convenient for JR pass holders, and close to the train station. Plenty of food options within walking distance, although it is not a very lively area of Tokyo. This isn't much of a problem since you'd most likely have to take public transport anywhere you go, anyways. Staff was super friendly, and very helpful which was a big plus! Not all the beds have outlets nearby, so it can be hit or miss. In-room lockers are provided to store personal belongings. Excess luggage stored in the lobby.