Service animals not allowed.
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Based on 54 reviews
Well, if you're looking for a place to stay in Asakusa, this could be best choice. Nice, cosy hostel in a quiet neighborhood but still very close to the subway, and district center; helpful staff; backpackers atmosphere... I recommend.
Oak Fuji hotel is very convenient for solo or group of backpackers. The location is very convenient and just 5 - 10 minutes walk to asakusa station. Also from the hostel you may just walk to some of the famous tourist attractions like tokyo skytree, senjosi temple, asakusa temple and experience Tokyo cruise. The hotel facilities are great the beds are big enough for one. the staff are very accommodating and attentive. They also offer free coffee on their coffee shop for their guests. If you love to cook you may also cook for yourself on their small kitchen in the coffee shop. I really love my stay and definitely will stay again. I forgot to mention that I really love spending time in the rooftop while having my morning coffee. I just so love the tokyo sky tree view from their.
I was there only form two nights and I loved it!The bed is incredible nice for sleep, although a bit tiny but doesn't matter.You can leave the oversize luggage to the staff .there are some vending at ground if you wanna drinks(not alcohol ).I love the people in There,everyone has different story for Tokyo ,Its nice to know different people from different country, will go back for sure! 我在那裡只有兩個晚上，我很喜歡它！睡覺的床很不錯，雖然有點小但無關緊要。你把超大的行李放在工作人員身上。如果你想喝，可以在地上自動售貨（我喜歡那裡的人，每個人對東京都有不同的故事，很高興知道來自不同國家的不同人，肯定會回去！
A straight shot from the Haneda airport [Keikyu Line, about 30 minutes] or the Narita airport [Keisei line, about 1 hour] to Asakusa station [note- not Asakusabashi]. The hostel is about a 10 minute walk away. Take exit 4, go across the bridge with red railings and lamp posts. At the stop light at the far end there is a big sign on a building advertising kimonos for rent. Take either of the 2 streets leading off from either side of the building to a busy 6 lane divided cross street. Cross the street and turn right. You will see an overhead pedestrian crossing bridge.Walk towards it and turn left just before the crossing bridge.The hostel is 3 blocks down on the left; there is an overhead sign but it is concealed behind a "Sankyo" sign. Being the end of the Ginza line "Asakusa" is useful if taking the subway during the rush hour, i.e. the cars arrive empty. Many restaurants and convenience stores in the area. Hostel is clean, helpful and friendly. Bunk beds are "encapsulated" for privacy. Good, smart , toilet facilities although the showers are downstairs. Elevator. Dining/ lounge/ kitchen is on the small size.Washing machines were free, detergent available for purchase. Rooftop terrace closes about 20:00 hr which cramped intended moon gazing.
Good capsule/backpackers hostel
This hostel is really well located at few minutes by walk from the Asakusa metro station. The hostel is correct, bed capsule is good. Have to pay for rent towel to use the bathroom which is located at the first floor. That was the only negative point that we must go to the first floor to take a shower and not have a shower at our floor. Toilet and washbasin are clean. Service is correct.