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Anne Hostel Asakusabashi
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

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8.3

Excellent

246 reviews

246 reviews

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8.2

Excellent

Location rating score

Excellent location - 770 meters from city center
Exceptional for walking
Walkable places
Dairoku Tensakaki Shrine

110 m

Edo Street Wholesale District

170 m

Suga Shrine (Akihabara)

210 m

Edo Dori

280 m

Yoshitoku

290 m

Popular landmarks
Asakusa

1.7 km

Sensoji Temple

1.9 km

Tokyo Skytree

2.3 km

Ueno Park

2.3 km

Ginza

3.6 km

Closest landmarks
Ryogoku Edo Noren

410 m

Ryogoku Tourist Information Center

410 m

Sumō Museum

430 m

Kamoike Park

430 m

Ryōgoku Kokugikan

430 m

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

2-21-14 Yanagibashi, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan, 111-0052 - See map

Get your trip off to a great start with a stay at this property, which offers free Wi-Fi in all rooms. Conveniently situated in the Akihabara part of Tokyo, this property puts you close to attractions and interesting dining options. Don't leave before paying a visit to the famous Sensoji Temple.

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Highlights

310 meters to public transportation

Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!

Air conditioning

Bar

Ticket services

Facilities

Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!

Luggage storage

Bar

Laundry service

Tours

Wi-Fi in public areas

Smoking area

Dry cleaning

Your dates are popular among travelersPopular destination! Properties in Tokyo are being booked every minute!
Value for money8.6
Location rating8.2
Nearest airportHaneda Airport (HND)
Distance to airport16.6 km

Rooms available at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

Very good
Room comfort & quality

7.8

10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
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  • Room size: 23 m²/248 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 bunk bed
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1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
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  • Room size: 23 m²/248 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 bunk bed
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1 Person in 3-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
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  • Room size: 12 m²/129 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 futon
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1 Person in 8-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
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  • Room size: 14 m²/151 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 bunk bed
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1 Person in 4-Bed Dormitory - Male Only
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  • Room size: 10 m²/108 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 bunk bed
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8-Bed Dormitory - Male Only
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  • Room size: 23 m²/248 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 bunk bed
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Bed in 4-Bed Female Dormitory Room
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  • Room size: 8 m²/86 ft²
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Bed in 4-Bed Male Dormitory Room
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  • Room size: 8 m²/86 ft²
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Bed in 12-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
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  • Room size: 22 m²/237 ft²
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Bed in 10-Bed Female Dormitory Room
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  • Room size: 22 m²/237 ft²
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Frequently asked questions

What time is check-in and check-out at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Check-in is from 04:00 PM, and check-out is until 11:00 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. The hostel offers luggage storage to guests for before check-in and after check-out.

Is breakfast offered at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Start your mornings right, with the continental and buffet breakfast options offered at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi. Adults can enjoy breakfast at no additional charge. You may save on breakfast costs with Agoda by booking a room with breakfast, which is often included for less than buying it at the hostel.

What is the smoking policy at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi does not permit smoking in any of its rooms, but allows smoking in designated areas.

What is the closest train, metro, or bus station to Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

The closest train, metro, or bus station is Asakusabashi Train Station, 340 m away from Anne Hostel Asakusabashi.

What restaurants are nearby Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi’s neighborhood is Akihabara which includes popular restaurants such as Kanda Yabu Soba, Ramen Restaurant Tanaka and Isegen.

What popular shopping places are close to Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Located in the Akihabara area, Anne Hostel Asakusabashi is close to great shopping choices like Kai House Japanese Cooking Class Tokyo, Yodobashi Camera Multimedia Akiba and Chomp chomp.

What are popular attractions near Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi’s location in the Akihabara neighborhood makes it close to famous attractions including Akihabara, Dairoku Tensakaki Shrine and Edo Street Wholesale District.

What popular natural sightseeing spots are close to Anne Hostel Asakusabashi?

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi is located within Akihabara, which makes it conveniently close to natural sights including Ghost Hill.

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What people love about Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

  • 8

    Very good

    "I'd highly recommend this place If you want to immerse yourself like traditional times;"

    Sus'mita

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    January 20, 2020

  • 8.8

    Excellent
    Location

    "The hostel was near by the train station, a few minutes walk and nearby most places that tourists go to."

    Veronique

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    November 27, 2019

  • 9.2

    Exceptional

    "I had a great stay."

    Sara

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    July 4, 2019

Property ranking|Compared to 4,696 Tokyo properties
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Value for money score
8.6/10
Room comfort score
7.8/10
Service score
8.6/10
Cleanliness score
8.4/10
Better than
95
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of Tokyo properties
Better than
92
%
of Tokyo properties
Better than
90
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of Tokyo properties
Better than
88
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of Tokyo properties
Overall rating:

8.3

Excellent
246 reviews
Cleanliness
8.4
Facilities
8.1
Location
8.2
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More about Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

More about Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

Whatever your reason for visiting Tokyo, Anne Hostel Asakusabashi is the perfect venue for an exhilarating and exciting break away.
Travelers are guaranteed to have a hassle-free stay with all the amenities and services provided by Anne Hostel Asakusabashi. Stay connected throughout your stay with free internet access provided. The hostel provides front desk services such as luggage storage for guests' convenience. The hostel's ticket service and tours can even help you book tickets and reservations for entertainment and explorations.
Wear your favorite outfits again and again thanks to the laundromat, dry cleaning service and laundry service offered at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi. The hostel is entirely non-smoking. Smoking may only take place in restricted designated areas.
Rooms at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi are designed with the guest in mind. To enhance your stay, some rooms at the hostel come with air conditioning. You can stay fresh and clean with a hair dryer provided in some guest bathrooms.


Dining and things to do

Wake up with no worries at Anne Hostel Asakusabashi, where breakfast can be provided in house. Once there, be sure to check out bar for some in-house nighttime fun. Vending machines are on 24 hours a day, so you can grab a snack at any time of day or night. The hostel even has in-house cooking amenities such as shared kitchen for its most selective guests.
Whether you're looking for an adventure or are just looking for a way to unwind after a hard day, Anne Hostel Asakusabashi has a range of activities that will meet your needs. No need to go anywhere after dinner -- play with friends or family at the library and shared lounge and TV area.


Around the property

With its convenient location, the hostel offers easy access to all Tokyo has to offer. Tokyo Tower is located 5.9 km away, and is one of the most famous tourist spots to visit and photograph.


Around the property

With its convenient location, the hostel offers easy access to all Tokyo has to offer. Tokyo Tower is located 5.9 km away, and is one of the most famous tourist spots to visit and photograph.


Reasons to stay here

Spend less here on rooms than you would at 91% of other accommodations in the city.
Verified reviews score this hostel higher than 94% of accommodations in the city on value for money.
Verified reviews for this hostel's food and dining options score it better than 93% of accommodations in the city.


Reasons to stay here

Verified reviews score this hostel higher than 94% of accommodations in the city on value for money.
Verified reviews for this hostel's food and dining options score it better than 93% of accommodations in the city.
This accommodation beats more than 91% of competition in the city on room comfort.

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Amenities and facilities

Excellent
Facilities

8.1

Most talked about facilities

Housekeeping

15 mentions

Breakfast

9 mentions

Internet

2 mentions

Languages spoken
  • English
  • Japanese
Internet access
  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  • Wi-Fi [portable rental]
  • Wi-Fi in public areas
Things to do, ways to relax
  • Ticket services
  • Tours
Dining, drinking, and snacking
  • Bar
  • Shared kitchen
  • Vending machine
Services and conveniences
  • Dry cleaning
  • Elevator
  • Laundromat
  • Laundry service
  • Library
  • Luggage storage
  • Smoke-free property
  • Smoking area
Access
  • Pets allowed
  • Security [24-hour]

Food and dining

Breakfast options
  • Buffet

Location

2-21-14 Yanagibashi, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Akihabara, Tokyo, Japan, 111-0052
Excellent
Location

8.2

Airports
  • Haneda Airport (HND)
    16.6 km 27 min drive
  • Narita International Airport (NRT)
    55.1 km 58 min drive
Public transportation
  • Asakusabashi Train Station
    340 m 5 min walk
  • Kuramae Subway Station
    480 m 7 min walk
Hospital or clinic
  • Shonan Medical Memorial Hospital
    470 m 7 min drive
Shopping
  • Ameyoko Shopping Street
    1.8 km
Convenience store
  • Lawson
    410 m
Cash withdrawal
  • ATM
    280 m 5 min walk

What's nearby

Popular landmarks
  • Asakusa
    1.7 km
  • Sensoji Temple
    1.9 km
  • Tokyo Skytree
    2.3 km
  • Ueno Park
    2.3 km
  • Ginza
    3.6 km
  • Tokyo Tower
    6.0 km
  • Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
    7.3 km
  • Meiji Jingu
    8.5 km
  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building observation room
    8.9 km
  • Shibuya Crossing
    9.1 km
Nearby landmarks
  • Dairoku Tensakaki Shrine
    110 m
  • Edo Street Wholesale District
    170 m
  • Suga Shrine (Akihabara)
    210 m
  • Edo Dori
    280 m
  • Yoshitoku
    290 m
  • Tokyo Mizube Line Ryogoku Landing Fields
    300 m
  • Ichogaoka Hachiman Shrine
    340 m
  • Asakusabashi Train Station
    340 m
  • Birthplace Monument for Seiichi Funahashi
    360 m
  • Ryogoku
    400 m
Distances shown are straight-line distances on the map. Actual travel distances may vary.

Property policies

Children and extra beds

Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.

Minimum age of guests is: 10 year(s).

Others
  • The property has group restrictions allowing up to 8 adults maximum.
  • When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

Some helpful facts

Check-in/Check-out
  • Check-in from16:00
  • Check-in until23:00
  • Check-out from07:00
  • Check-out until11:00
  • Reception open until00:00
Extras
  • Breakfast charge (unless included in room price)0 JPY
  • Daily Internet/Wi-Fi fee0 JPY
The property
  • Non-smoking rooms/floorsYes
  • Number of floors4
  • Number of rooms 13
  • Room voltage100

Reviews of Anne Hostel Asakusabashi from real guests

Provided by verified guests of Agoda
8.3
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10
Cleanliness8.4
Facilities8.1
Location8.2
Room comfort and quality7.8
Service8.6
Value for money8.6
High score for Tokyo
Rating
9+ Exceptional (47)
8-9 Excellent (51)
7-8 Very Good (63)
6-7 Good (27)
<6 Below Expectation (11)
Time of the year
Mar - May (35)
Jun - Aug (34)
Sep - Nov (66)
Dec - Feb (64)
All guests (246)
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10.0
Exceptional
Geneva from Philippines
Family with teens
1 Person in 8-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 2 nights in May 2019

Good choice of hostel”

Well-recommended hostel. Reception staff are so polite, friendly and hospitable. Kudos to you guys. You work so naturally and with passion. Bookings include free breakfast that’s why it’s great. Location is perfect because it’s near the train station and it’s easy to find. Will surely book this hostel again when I come back to Japan. Thanks for the great stay! ;)

Reviewed June 05, 2019

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9.2
Exceptional
Sara from Denmark
Solo traveler
10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
Stayed 4 nights in June 2019

Great staff”

I had a great stay. I arrived at 7:30 exhausted and gross due to an overnight bus and the staff let me check in because there was a bed available. The bathrooms were clean and the breakfast was good. When I had to leave, the staff went out of their way to help me find transportation which would enable me to pay by card, since I didn't have enough cash left. They were very helpful and probably the reason why I made it to the airport in time. The only bad thing was that the madrass was very hard.

Reviewed July 04, 2019

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8.8
Excellent
Ory from Indonesia
Solo traveler
1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 7 nights in January 2019

A great Hostel”

Anne Hostel Asakusabashi is a great hostel for solo traveller who's looking for a great stay in Tokyo. The hostel is located quite some distance from Asakusabashi Station, but the station is in line with Asakusa metro line connecting Haneda and Narita airports so I don't have to change stations quite so often. The staffs there are really friendly, speak English, and always helpful. I personally salute Shimpei for answering my questions during my stay. The reception is located on the 4th floor, but the hostel has an elevator so no worries, especially for those with large luggages. The rooms are neat and clean with small lockers for backpack and shoes. The hostel also provides a kitchen facility with microwave and refrigerator as well. It also features a vending machine selling from simple juices to beers. There is also a laundryroom on the second floor. Most of all there is a common room next to reception where guests can relax meet each other. Breakfast is simple. Overall great stay!

Reviewed January 24, 2019

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8.8
Excellent
Veronique from Philippines
Solo traveler
10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
Stayed 2 nights in November 2019

Awesome place to stay!”

The hostel was near by the train station, a few minutes walk and nearby most places that tourists go to. Met some awesome people too. Rooms were nice and clean though the walls are quite thin, if you aren't a light sleeper it's tolerable.

Reviewed November 27, 2019

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8.0
Excellent
Sus'mita from Philippines
Solo traveler
1 Person in 3-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 1 night in January 2020

Have a good feel of a Japanese traditional themed room and great Japanese hospitality.”

Going to this hotel would give a good feel of the traditional setting of Japan. I'd highly recommend this place If you want to immerse yourself like traditional times; sleeping in a nice clean futon, walk around on a tatami mat floor, etc. To be honest, I had some difficulties finding this place as it took me roughly an hour to find on foot from Bakurochō Station. I arrived 40 minutes past midnight, but the staff (Taiga-san) was willing to stay up and wait for me to arrive and check-in even if it's outside their usual hours. Wifi was a bit bad inside my room. It may be better to prepare your mobile data or pocket wifi when you need to access the internet in the room. All the facilities were great except wifi. Breakfast was good and simple. The place was clean. Staff is willing to help if you ask for recommendations on where to go and what to ride. There was a bulletin board with all sorts of recommended places to go to as well. Overall, the staff was very friendly and willing to go

Reviewed January 20, 2020

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7.6
Very good
Sarah from Australia
Group
1 Person in 8-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 1 night in July 2019

Fine for price but 10am checkout time is rough”

Decent value for money, nothing special, but most places let you check out at 12pm or at least 11am - this 10am checkout time was rather annoying, but the facilities were very good.

Reviewed August 08, 2019

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7.6
Very good
francisco from Philippines
Solo traveler
Bed in 12-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
Stayed 4 nights in November 2018

Good enough”

Good enough if you're travelling solo

Reviewed April 05, 2019

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6.4
Good
Chardae from United Kingdom
Solo traveler
Bed in 12-Bed Mixed Dormitory Room
Stayed 3 nights in February 2019

Good”

Nice budget hostel. Basic bed, plenty of showers and toilets, free breakfast. Night staff could be less sassy. And common room having a curfew isn’t great and think should be later or no curfew.

Reviewed March 08, 2019

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9.2
Exceptional
Margaritifera from Indonesia
Solo traveler
10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
Stayed 7 nights in May 2017

good location, friendly staff”

This is my third time staying in Anne Hostel Asakusabashi. I love the location because it takes less than 10 minutes walk from Asakusabashi Station. And Asakusabashi station is in the Asakusa line, which has easy (and sometimes direct) access to both Narita and Haneda airports. As a suggestion, for travelers with huge luggage, just take the A3 exit of the station because it has elevator and escalators. The staffs are also very friendly. Whenever I stay there, my friend sends me package, and the staffs keep it until my arrival.

Reviewed June 04, 2017

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10.0
Exceptional
Esqi from Indonesia
Group
1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 2 nights in September 2017

Best Hostel in Asakusabashi”

I always stay in Anne Hostel Asakusabashi for my trip to Tokyo. It is near from Asakusabashi Station (JR and Asakusa Line). It has direct access to both airport (Narita and Haneda) through Asakusa Line. The room is clean. The staff is nice and friendly. Definitely will stay again

Reviewed September 29, 2017

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9.3
Exceptional
Ravi from Indonesia
Solo traveler
1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 5 nights in May 2013

Budget hostel near station and friendly staff”

Price, Location, Nice Staff

The location are near JR Asakusabashi Station's East Exit. But for first timer still need a map to find it. There are 7Eleven and Sunkus nearby for daily need. All-you-can-eat breakfast, bread, jam, egg, tea, coffee. The staff speak very good english, and they are also very nice, they offered the guest to join if there are any event nearby. They have two shower room for men and another two for women, three toilets, free wifi, locker for shoes (i got one with no lock), PC in the hallway for everyone's need. Overall, that was a nice stay, i would love to come again.

Reviewed May 13, 2013

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8.0
Excellent
Margaritifera from Indonesia
Solo traveler
10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
Stayed 6 nights in October 2014

Good location and nice service”

service, location, price

The hostel is not too far from Asakusabashi Station, which is less crowded than the Asakusa station. It means that we can tow our luggage easily through the station without bumping with too many people. The service was also great. The staffs were really nice and helpful when I submitted queries because I need to receive a package from a friend before arriving to the hostel.

Reviewed November 17, 2014

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7.3
Very good
CHONG from Malaysia
Solo traveler
8-Bed Dormitory - Male Only
Stayed 2 nights in September 2012

Budget hostel for short term travellers”

Good location, friendly host

a good location hostel where you can easily reach to the subway for tokyo travel. asakusabashi station is a middle point between ueno, asakusa and you can use either jr rail, toei subway or metropolitan tokyo to go to main interest points of tokyo. after shopping or require rest or battery charging, you can simply return to this midpoint for the next stop.

Reviewed September 27, 2012

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10.0
Exceptional
Anne from New Zealand
Solo traveler
Stayed 4 nights in June 2012

Best Hotsel I've been too!!”

Close to everything you need!!

I really enjoy staying at this hostel because they are so helpful plus you get free breakfast. The living room was lovely & showers where great. Overall if you are staying in Tokyo you need to stay at this place.

Reviewed July 08, 2012

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10.0
Exceptional
Anastasia from Canada
Solo traveler
1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 1 night in January 2017

nice place”

My first stop in Tokyo, the hostel has a nice common area where you can eat and meet other travellers. Mostly older people and groups were staying there during my visit. Staff is excellent and helpful - they will attend to your every concern.

Reviewed May 19, 2017

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9.2
Exceptional
Ma from Philippines
Solo traveler
1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 3 nights in November 2017

Exceptional”

-clean dorm room, toilet and shower -with free use of kitchen -convinient location in a quite neighborhood with direct train lines to Akihabara, Shinjuku, Ghibli and Suginami Animation Museum -5 kilometers to Tsukiji Fish Market (if interested into watching the Tuna Auction or eating fresh sushi in the morning)

Reviewed December 05, 2017

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9.0
Exceptional
Roy from United States
Business traveler
1 Person in 12-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 5 nights in June 2012

Well-run hostel”

clean, well-maintained, cool travelers

Thanks for an interesting stay in the residential area of Asakusabashi. Staying here, one meets many interesting travelers but also gets a taste of what it might be like to live here.

Reviewed July 13, 2012

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10.0
Exceptional
Lycus from Singapore
Solo traveler
1 Person in 3-Bed Dormitory - Mixed
Stayed 2 nights in April 2018

Exceptional”

Excellent place, and great staff! Short walk to Asakusabashi and close to many of the izakayas close by!

Reviewed June 19, 2018

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10.0
Exceptional
Liu from Indonesia
Solo traveler
10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
Stayed 1 night in May 2018

Exceptional”

i stay at a dorm for 10 ppl.. the bed is comfort enough... the host is very helping... good in english so no worry... they serve breakfast from 7am, bread,jam and egg.. near metro station... if you get lost, just looking a higher building INN Hotel, Anna Hostel is behind the building.. it might help if you get lost

Reviewed June 05, 2018

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8.0
Excellent
Ka from Hong Kong SAR, China
Solo traveler
10-Bed Dormitory -- Female Only
Stayed 4 nights in May 2018

Very good”

Good location (around a 5-minute walk from Asakusabashi Metro Station) and facilities are kept clean and are easy to use. Staff are friendly and always ready to help.

Reviewed May 16, 2018

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