Pets not allowed.
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Based on 201 reviews
Friendly staff, very good drinks♥️
I visited solo in March and needed directions so I popped in and ended up staying over an hour having drinks and chatting with the excellent staff, Yuya and Haruka. When he found out I was from Tennessee, he broke out into some Elvis♥️ The sake was on point and I had a wonderful time. Will be staying here when I visit again in December.
Best Hostel for Its price
Some reviewers say it was too expensive, but it was worth it compared to the other hostels in Japan. Super modern and clean. Friendly staff where they kept rules firm about the quiet time. There are security lockers for your important belongings. Bedding is so clean and they upkeep the toilets and showers very well! They provide hair dryers in the washroom which is amazing as alot of places Ive stayed did not provide that. The sleeping spaces are like bunk beds but I found that I had alot of space! I could literally keep a backpack next to me in bed Its at the best area of Tokyo (literally Asakusa is the best location to stay in Tokyo for the walking and feeling of being in Japan). I could go eat at any kind of meal around this location. Near the subway to go around Tokyo and near Sensoji temple. When I go back to Japan, this is the place Im sleeping at!
Please note! This is a review of the food and drinks menu only.
The drink menu, and more specifically so the sake (nihonshu) menu, is great! We come here periodically and never ever have we had a bad experience. The friendly staff knows the drinks they are serving and can give spot on recommendations if you tell them your preference. The food menu is ever changing and there are always items on the menu that will entice your taste buds. The pricing is good too and you can easily spend an evening in this relaxed atmosphere without getting ruined.
The mattress and pillow are comfortable, and hostel is somewhat stylish but that is all. Rooms are a joke. Rooms? Communal spaces. I did not know I would be sharing the communal space (aka room) with 30 other people. I did not remember that on my reservation and after double checking, yes, in a marketing strategy, they call it “mixed dorm” – without disclosing the number of people who will be sharing space with you. I would have never agreed to that. Can you believe they crammed 30 beds in one single space? It is hard enough to sleep in rooms with more than 5 – good luck with 29 other tourists, some of them not so aware of coexistance rules. And the plywood that surrounds the beds have a terrible acoustic effect. You can hear anything other people do. It will echo right into your soul. There was one night I did not sleep at all. Besides, it is so crammed you don´t even had room for a medium sized luggage, having to leave it in the narrow corridors between one bed and the other. Good luck trying to open it when people are trying to pass by. Cleaning is also not one of their strengths either. The pubic hair I saw on the sink was there through out my 2-day stay (it was meant to be 3). Needless to say, I ended up booking a place somewhere else. For that price, you can book a private room in a small hotel in Tokyo. Simple and small but at least you would have privacy and a decent night sleep.
Tawaramachi station is the nearest subway sta to the hostel about 5-7mins walk. The hostel staffs are friendly and accommodation. The hostel dont have a free towel instead they let you rent one at 100yen if you needed one. The changing of beddings depends on you. if you decide to change it, you are the one to do the changing of beddings. Restaurants are around the hostel and don qui is just few steps away.