x The average starting price for a place to stay in Tokyo is £60 per night.
anddal A great place to stay if you're in Tokyo. The rooms are nice and clean, with good beds. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The living room is great for meeting other travelers from all over the world and making new friends. The area is a very good tourist area with amazing temples, shops and restaurants. Will definitely stay here if i come back to Tokyo.
14-10, Asakusa 2-Chome, Taito-kuExcellent 94%
theozed 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.
manue.botte STOP LOOKING! This is an amazing backpacker! We were one couple and 2 friends, we had 2 bunk bed bedrooms. They're small rooms but for the price that doesn't matter. The bathrooms and rooms were super clean, new sheets, etc...they can sell you towels, by the way. The lounge is the best asset of this place. We could only stay for one night because of availability but we came back the second night just for a drink, just to enjoy the place! They have free wifi and it works perfectly. They're super friendly, they all speak English. You can get food at the bar for a reasonable price - not cheap but not too expensive. It's a chill out, relaxed atmosphere, they play great music in the background and all the wood in the decor makes it really warm and cosy. We loved it! If I was living in Tokyo, it'd be my headquarter...actually, even if you don't want to stay for the night, just pop up for a drink, it's such a cool place. One only thing to keep in mind: there's no kitchen, so you can't cook your own food.
18th Floor, Central Plaza 1-1 Kagurakashi, Shinjuku-kuExcellent 92%
rita.streblow The Ryokan is a little bit outside of the city center but if you can accept 20 minutes more in the train than it is no problem. The Ryokan itself is very nice and clean with a good service. It was a good introduction to Japanses culture for me.
20-10, Kuramae 3-chome, Taitou-ku,Excellent 91%
jhat This hostel was one of the nicest I've ever stayed in! It was clean (especially for Japan), cozy, had nice showers and beds, was conveniently located next to two train stations, cheap, air-conditioned, friendly staff and free wireless internet. I wanted to stay more nights but the place was completely booked up! I highly recommend K's House!
2-13-21 Shitaya TaitoukuExcellent 91%
dunkelbo Toco Tokyo was amazing! It is located in this beautiful old building with a great Japanese garden. While I was there the staff was incredibly friendly and helpful whether I had a question about a good place to eat or how to get around. The room itself was a nice air-conditioned group room that had comfortable beds. The morning I checked out the staff checked to make sure I knew where to go and was very hospitable. I plan to stay again next time I am in Tokyo.
3-15-1, Nishi Asakusa Taito-kuExcellent 91%
judithlues Top location, friendly staff. Rooms are rather small, especially when you have a bit more luggage, however very charming.
signofone good atmosphere with friendly staff.. plenty of fun to be had here. i do think they need a 'lights out' policy though, had a couple of issues with other people coming back quite late and being loud. really cool place.
2-21-14, Yanagibashi Taito-kuAwesome 88%
derrimanln Had trouble finding this Hostel. Needs the railway exit no. given in the directions. In walking distance ok. The rooms , toilets & showers are very clean. The beds are western style bunks on floors 2 & 3 Japanese on 4th floor . The breakfast room is Japanese style. Breakfast is plain toast & hard boiled egg. Coffee or Tea. Very narrow enterance with a lift. Has internet access. Stayed one night slept well.
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