We are fully renovated in 'zen style' quality hostel and all the private rooms have an ensuite bathroom.
We opened 20th Oct 2009 !
The sister branch in Toyko was voted BEST HOSTEL in Asia 2007.
Located in the center of Asakusa Tokyo,only 3min walk from Asakusa sta on Tsukuba Express line,
convenient for many restaurants,attractions & shopping near by.
K's House Takayama grand opened September 2012 ! is located only 3 mins walk from JR Takayama station.
The building is fully renovated in ZEN style which is kind of old fashion Japanese style with modren fine facilities.
It is also good base for visiting Shirakawago (world heritage site) or Japan Alps such as Kamikochi ,Shin hotaka ,Norikura.
Cozy,clean,inexpensive and friendly for all you global travelers.
We wish to offer you high quality accomodation with afordable price private rooms as well as dorm beds with air conditioning and individual showers with hot water 24 hours a day. We also offer a guest kitchen , cozy lounge, internet access, laundry facilities (washing machine and dryer) .
Our staff speak English and will help you with any travel information you need.
Please note our Twin room has one bunk bed for two people in a private room.
-Backpackers Hostel K's House chain-
K's House Ito Onsen opened on Aug 2010 in Ito city Izu peninsula.The 100 years old Historical building with communal and private onsen (hot springs) bath.It is too good to be a truth !
K's House Tokyo (Our sister branch) was voted BEST HOSTEL in Asia 2007.
K's House Hakuba alps (Nagano pref, Free pick up)
Located in Japan northern alps ,this is the place for your peaceful time when you get tired of big cities
K's House Mt.Fuji (Kawaguchiko area, Free pick up)
Excellent view of Mt.Fuji 3min walk from the hostel and good base for Mt.Fuji climbers
K's House Kyoto (station area 9min from JR Kyoto station)
One of the most popular travel destination in Japan
K's House Hiroshima (8min walk from JR Hiroshima statoin) easy access to the peace memorial park and downtown area.
Please visit these locations for your travel plans.
We look forward to welcoming you !
Check in time 16:00-22:00
Check out time 8:00-12:00
Reception hours 8:00-22:00
( No curfew for entrance )
You will be asked to show your ID
(passport or alien registration card) upon your arrival.
We require 48 hours cancellation or any changes to your reservation prior to your scheduled arrival otherwise we will charge you a cancellation fee as below.
* 30% of your first night will be charged if you do not notify us about your cancellation or any changes by 22:00pm 2days before your scheduled arrival.
* 50% of your first night will be charged if you do not notify us about your cancellation or any changes by 22:00pm the day before your scheduled arrival.
* 100% of your first night will be charged if you do not notify us about your cancellation or any changes by 11:00am on your scheduled arrival or No show.
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Simply perfect. The staff is very helpful -they speak good English-, there is a good internet wifi connection -and PCs available for those who didn't bring their own laptop-, kitchen availble and free coffe at all times, the area -Asakusa- is full of things to see and exciting -though a bit out of the typical touristic sites-, the rooms are more than decent, the price is low... what else could I say?
This is a Trusted Review. Why?
Great hostel. One of my Favorites! Very clean, relaxed place. Asakusa is a really nice area to stay in too.
Also, I have to say the staff were great. I was staying here when the earthquake hit and they were really helpful to everyone in quite a stressful time.
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