Pets not allowed.
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Based on 571 reviews
A very nice and friendly place!
I spent a few nights here, and they welcomed me like a family already!! all the staff is always for you and the people here is very friendly and open-minded. There is a lot of events and it’s very well located. Super recommend it!!
Fantastic Experience !
I love this place, the vibe is so cool which makes a change from the rest of the places in Tokyo. Everyone is super friendly, Peter is the manager and the best host for events, the Christmas party was wonderful, lots of guests dressed up in Santa costumes and really delicious food. All the staff are super fun and friendly. It's really the perfect hostel in the best location for tourist sightseeing places. Will definitely come back ! Thank you
Best place for first-timers in Japan
If you are a newbie westerner in Japan (tourist or just started working), I really recommend to stay your first days/months in Sakura hostel. They provide many cultural events and meetups which helped me to immerse into Japaneese culture. They are the best boost for the first days of your trip. During my 6-month stay in Japan, I lived in Shinjuku and also in Sakura Asakusa hostel. I liked Asakusa hostel's location more because it has a traditional vibe which I enjoyed. The best option for me was the fact that I could work remotely in the lobby and have my online meetings with access to coffee and tea. Toilets and bath are super clean. Our room's view was outstanding with a balcony. It was so nice they included breakfast. don't expect a fancy one. But we bought our own cereal or honey to complement it. Then you can say their breakfast is a time saver. I recommend staying at Sakura Hostel and I actually plan to go back there in the next year.
Friendly staff, clean place, great location!
I am really glad to have stayed at Sakura Hostel. I had an amazing time. The staff is always friendly and they’ll let you know if there’s any event happening at the hostel during your stay. They often have activities related to foreign countries such as food and dance parties. The facilities are great, they have kitchen, good internet, clean accommodations, etc. I recommend anyone to stay at Sakura Hostel!
3 Days of Fun in Asakusa
Probably the most upbeat, genki, hostel ive ever stayed in Japan. They have so many events where you can meet many people and you can even practice languages! I was able to hear Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, English, Chinese, and some Italian! If anyone is looking for a place to stay with loveable staff like Peter, and Hiroko, then this is the hostel for you. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this place to anyone! It's in the heart of Asakusa where you can easily travel to all of the historic sites in the area and plenty of restaurants. Whenever I'm in Tokyo, I always think of Sakura Asakusa.