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Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

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Warsaw, Poland
Reviewed 10 November 2015

Anne hostel is very close to JR station Asakusabashi (5 minutes walk), what in fact makes it very close to Tokyo central station. Bathrooms were clean, intimate and friendly atmosphere in common area, breakfast were not very big, a little dusty room, however that was a good choice!

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Reviewed 5 November 2015 via mobile

Nice and cosy hostel. The staff is very helpful and simple breakfast is provided in a comfy lounge. The bedrooms are really crowded, but the beds are good. Breakfast is just cheap bread with jam/jelly. However, they do serve egg and good coffee.

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1Thank Anderskhe
Reviewed 4 November 2015 via mobile

It's a nice hostel. They provide breakfast and have nice and clean bathrooms. Very close to asakusabashi station. The only thing is that there are too many bunckbeds in the dorm rooms. There is no place to move around and to even put your luggage. Too bad though.

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1Thank Chakama N
Reviewed 16 October 2015 via mobile

After Traveling in Japan for 3 weeks, and staying in several hostels, me and two friends decided to save a bit of money and go try Anne's hostel, not the best idea. After finding the hostel in a non ideal location, a good 10 minute walk from any subway station, we got shown the room which smelled of stale musk...

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Goettingen, Germany
Reviewed 20 August 2015

A bit of foreword: we travelled as a couple for four weeks through Japan and, of course, stayed at quite a few hostels and guest houses. Out of those, Anne Hostel Asakusabashi was by far the worst. They failed at almost everything we became used to throughout our stay in Japan: The hostel was dirty, loud and unhygienic. The matress...

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Albany, New York
Reviewed 24 July 2015

I stayed here for three nights in a private room with a traveling companion and was quite happy with the stay. I knew nothing about Asakushabashi, but it turns out that it is a pretty nice little town with great restaurants and is very convenient to both international airports, so its a great place to start or end a trip...

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1Thank MS-05B
Rome, Italy
Reviewed 12 July 2015

I've been travelling in so many hostels during the last few years..and i have to admit that this one here is the best one i ever found in all Europe and Asia..Receptionists were great, helpful with lots of tips of restaurants and places to visit. I'll be back when in Tokyo.. どうも有難う

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1Thank Matteo P
Huntington Beach, California
Reviewed 1 July 2015

This was the first hostel I stayed at in Japan. The was extremely friendly and helpful, the breakfast was great, and the other guests were even better. While traveling solo and it being my first time in Japan, I met tons of people here who were more than happy to take me around with them, making me feel right at...

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Calgary, Canada
Reviewed 14 June 2015

This was our first accommodation in Japan. We booked a private room for 3 and had futons on Tatami mats (which was great). Only issue is my sister and nephew found them hard but the second night were able to add a second futon to be more comfortable. The breakfast was very basic (hard boiled eggs and toast) but free...

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Reviewed 31 May 2015 via mobile

Stayed here over New Year and was a bit apprehensive at first. Need not have been as it was great! Service, appliances, free breakfast, location and price were all great. Highly recommended and will be back later this year.

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Ueno, Asakusa
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa. Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit a variety of different museums and galleries. At Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at the end of the year, when many people go on shopping sprees. The town of Asakusa, developed around Sensoji temple, has many shops selling goods and clothing from old Japan, making it a great place for souvenir hunting. It's also known for various annual festivals, and the whole district gets involved with the huge Sanja Festival in May.
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  • Breakfast included
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Non-Smoking Hotel
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  • Non-Smoking Rooms
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
WE ARE PROVIDING FREE BREAKFAST IN TOKYO! Located within 5 minutes walk from both JR and Toei Asakusabashi station, we are conveniently located in Asakusabashi, only minutes ride away from Akihabara, Ueno and Asakusa, where is still holding the spirit of old Edo. Anne Hostel is within easy walking distance of restaurants, convenience stores (7/11), money exchange, post office, liquor stores, Karaoke, bars and everything you need during your stay. Grocery store is only 1 min walk! ... more   less 

Additional Information about Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

Address: 2-21-14 Yanagibashi, Taito 111-0052, Tokyo Prefecture
Region: Japan > Kanto > Tokyo Prefecture > Tokyo > Taito > Ueno, Asakusa
Price Range: ₹ 1,357 - ₹ 7,235 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:2 star — Anne Hostel Asakusabashi 2*
Number of rooms: 13
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“choose 8 bed”
elliewright24, 7 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Glancing in the tatami mat rooms and having had a western style room - there is no good room in this hostel.”
guest08152015, 20 Aug 2015 | Read review
“maybe first floor, far away from 4th where all is cramped, noisy and without fire exits”
652helenv, 27 Mar 2015 | Read review
“Couples might prefer the private 2 person rooms, but for everybody else it really depends how social you feel like being. I spoke to people who shared 12 man rooms who had a great time and made a lot of friends. We liked the 4 man room because it was a little less overwhelming and a bit more private.”
jamesmI5548RX, 22 Aug 2014 | Read review
“Don't choose this hostel. I've stayed in a much better hostel in Tokyo previously- Aizuya Inn in Minami- senju. I would definitely recommend it over Anne's. We chose Anne's this time as we thought it was more convenient to get to the airport. It was definitely a poor choice.”
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