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Hostels Tokyo Japan

Hostels JapanThey say that Tokyo is one of the most expensive cities in the world, but you do not have to spend a fortune to stay in this glorious Japanese city. Tokyo is unlike anywhere else in the world. Full of life, and bursting with great food and culture, a trip to Tokyo is one that you will never forget. If you are travelling on a budget it is well worth checking out some of the city’s high quality hostels where beds are available at reasonable prices. Here is our guide to some of the best hostels in Tokyo.

Hostels Tokyo Japan

The Backpacker’s Hotel New Koyo claims that it is the cheapest hostel in the Japanese capital city. The functional rooms are a little cramped, but are clean. A Japanese bath is available on every floor, and there are plenty of other travellers about to make friends with. Bicycle and laundry rental services are also available, thus giving you ideal opportunities to explore the city and catch up on some washing!


Experience Traditional Japan

If you are looking for a more authentic Hostels Tokyo Japan experience, you may want to consider staying at the Toco Tokyo Heritage Hostel. This traditional Japanese house has a large and welcoming bar area, and is a great place to make friends with tourists and locals alike. The wooden building was constructed over 90 years ago, but rest assured that the hostel contains all the modern facilities such as air conditioning and free Wi-Fi.

Close to Transport

Many backpackers like to be always on the move, so it makes sense to seek out hostels Tokyo Japan which are close to the major transport hubs. Oak Hostel is a cosy residence slap bang in the middle of Tokyo. Close to both the JR and Subway train stations, the Oak Hostel provides clean and quiet rooms to many a traveller passing through the city. In the space conscious city one of the major bonuses is that all rooms in the Oak Hostel come with their own private shower and toilet.

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