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Awesome Things to Do In Japan: Most Popular Youth Hostels in Asakusa! (February 2020 Ranking)

Awesome Things to Do In Japan: Most Popular Youth Hostels in Asakusa! (February 2020 Ranking)

Date published: 8 March 2020

Here are the most popular Youth Hostels in Asakusa, according to leading travel website Live Japan! Our ranking is based on the most popular pages viewed by foreign visitors in the past month. Be sure to add them to your Japan travel plan when you visit Asakusa!

1.plat hostel keikyu asakusa karin

1.plat hostel keikyu asakusa karin

Keikyu Electric Railway has entered the hostel industry with this popular hostel.
With the concept of safety and security, we've developed a slightly luxurious hostel for women, families and others who haven't stayed in a hostel before to feel comfortable.
The name Plat Hostel was derived from ”platform”, to express that the hostel is not the destination but part of the travel journey, and the Japanese word ”puratto”, to indicate a hostel where visitors can stay freely and without worry.
While keeping the hostel on a small scale, we've created various room types to suit all different uses. You can also enjoy the beautiful view from the rooftop.
In addition, there are also many facilities including a launderette and kitchen to cater for long-term visitors as well.
We boast great reviews for our friendliness and our staff know a lot about Tokyo. Come and stay!

Shower use is 800 JPY *only guests, no towels
We have group discounts/gifts (subject to conditions)

2.plat hostel keikyu asakusa station

2.plat hostel keikyu asakusa station

Located right in the middle of the Asakusa area, Plat Hostel Keikyu Asakusa Station is perfectly situated for sightseeing.
The concept of the hostel is a train station where you can experience the charm of the Keikyu Line.
The moment that you enter the hostel, you'll feel as if you've boarded a train. Each floor is decorated with the scenery of the seas, montains and greenery from Yokosuka, Hayama, and Miura. You'll definitely want to go visit.
To respond to the needs of each guest, we have comfortable dormitories, private double rooms with IoT technology, and spacious semi-private cabin-type twin rooms.

3.BUNKA HOSTEL TOKYO

3.BUNKA HOSTEL TOKYO

Hostel mainly consists of bunk bed dorm, which you would find it comfortable to stay without worrying about other guests. We also have female dorm, private room for small groups and family, several types of accommodation according to your needs. And common dining room is available on the top floor, where guests can use it freely.

4.Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan & Hostel

4.Khaosan World Asakusa Ryokan & Hostel

Khaosan World Asakusa is the first in Khaosan’s “World” series of hostels. The concept here is diversity, and there are a total of 13 types of room, including ryokan- (Japanese traditional inn) and hostel-type accommodations. Even the guests staying here bring a rich diversity of nationalities and traveling styles. From the playful interior retaining plenty of its bygone love hotel charms to the Showa snack bar-inspired lounge and the bright, spacious dining area, there are more unique features abound than can be listed in a simple introduction. Bringing you a truly brand-new experience, this hostel comes confidently recommended, located conveniently only a minute’s walk away from Asakusa Station and the Tsukuba Express.
**Facilities**
Free internet / Wi-Fi available
Shared kitchen (variety of cooking utensils, fully equipped with tableware, free coffee and tea)
Shower (with shampoo and body soap)
Locker for valuables inside the dormitories
Washer / dryer (for a fee)
24-hour monitor security system inside the premise

5.Khaosan Tokyo Origami

5.Khaosan Tokyo Origami

Ura-Asakusa: backstreets to one of Tokyo’s most famous neighborhoods. Different from glamorous Omote-Asakusa, where the traveler finds Kaminarimon Gate, Senso-ji Nakamise-dori, and other Asakusa symbols, this is home to rows of classic eateries and workshops filling the alleyways and roads behind Senso-ji with lively, authentic, real energy. Khaosan Tokyo Origami stands at the entrance to this district, where craftsmanship, especially leatherworking, is at the forefront.
More than any other Khaosan location, this hostel feels connected to the local area, participating in local events, hosting neighborhood strolls, and more. All throughout the hostel you’ll see origami works hand-made by staff, and over in the gallery space you’ll be able to enjoy paintings and other works of art. Truly, this is a place filled with the warmth and joy of humanity.
**Facilities**
Free internet / Wi-Fi available
Shared kitchen (variety of cooking utensils, fully equipped with tableware, free coffee and tea)
Shower (with shampoo and body soap)
Locker for valuables inside the dormitories
Washer / dryer (for a fee)
24-hour monitor security system inside the premise

6.Khaosan Tokyo Laboratory

6.Khaosan Tokyo Laboratory

Khaosan Tokyo Laboratory is a unique new-style guest house featuring colorful rooms and an in-house gallery. The 3-4 person private suites come equipped with their own showers and bathrooms, making them great for families or groups of friends traveling together. The four kitchen areas in the common space allow for enjoyable and stress-free cooking.
These accommodations are conveniently located for walking, only three minutes to Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and five minutes to Kaminarimon Gate.
**Facilities**
Free-to-use computers with Internet access
Free Wi-Fi available
All rooms equipped with A/C
All rooms have toilet and shower (with shampoo, conditioner, and body soap)
Four shared kitchen areas (variety of cooking utensils; fully equipped with tableware; free coffee, tea, condiments / etc.)
Spacious “Hinadan”-style lockers
Private guest lockers in dormitories
Washer / dryer (for a fee)

7.Tokyo Hikari guesthouse

7.Tokyo Hikari guesthouse

This hostel was once the home of a carpenter, and the ceilings of the first floor where he once had his workshop soar up 4 meters in height. The family who owns the hostel have put almost a whole year into refurbishing this old wooden house. In keeping the same atmosphere as the old workshop, the public room retains its earthen floor, and rare for building in central Tokyo, it faces into a garden with a view of the tip of Skytree on sunny days.

For your comfort and enjoyment, the floors and the furniture in the guest rooms are made of pure, natural wood. Everyone is welcome to come and stay in this cozy little place – a hostel that’s a little nostalgic, and a little new, too.

8.Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki

8.Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki

Located in the center of Asakusa a minute from Asakusa Station with great access to local classic destinations like Senso-ji Temple and Kaminarimon Gate, this hostel boasts the very best rating in all of Asia. Here, you’ll find public transit options, convenience stores, banks, traditional Japanese restaurants, and hot sightseeing spots all within a three-minute walk!
Every guest room has its own shower and toilet, and there are options available for every kind of traveler: solo, group, and more. In the comfy Japanese-style living room, you’ll also be provided with free computers and lots of sightseeing information.
**Facilities (available 24 hours a day)**
Free-to-use computers with Internet access
Free Wi-Fi available
All rooms equipped with A/C
All rooms have toilet and shower (with shampoo, conditioner, and body soap)
Shared kitchen (variety of cooking utensils; fully equipped with tableware; free coffee, tea, condiments, etc.)
Living room (large LCD TV, DVD player, cable television)
Private guest lockers in dormitories
Washer / dryer (for a fee)

9.Khaosan Tokyo Original

9.Khaosan Tokyo Original

Khaosan Tokyo Original offers reasonable rooms in Asakusa, a traditional town brimming with an exotic atmosphere. The hostel’s facilities are only a 5-minute walk from Kaminarimon Gate (the heart of Asakusa) and Nakamise-dori as well as a mere minute from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Toei Asakusa Line, making for incredibly easy trips to points like Haneda and Narita Airports.
The hostel’s philosophy is about offering comfort, cleanliness and a friendly atmosphere to all guests at a good price. Travelers one and all from every corner of the globe are welcome here!
**Facilities (available 24 hours a day)**
Free-to-use computers with Internet access
Free internet / Wi-Fi available
All rooms equipped with A/C
All rooms have toilet and shower (with shampoo, conditioner, and body soap)
Shared kitchen (variety of cooking utensils; fully equipped with tableware; free coffee, tea, condiments, etc.)
Living room
Private guest lockers in dormitories
Washer / dryer (for a fee)

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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