Asakusa Hostel Toukaisou

2-16-12 Nishiasakusa Taito-ku Tokyo, Tokio, Japan, Entfernung zum Stadtzentrum: 9.3km
Hochwertig!

Bewertung: 86%von 3 Bewertungen

  • 86%Atmosphäre
  • 93%Mitarbeiter
  • 73%Sicherheit
  • 93%Sauberkeit
  • 93%Ort
  • 93%Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis
  • 73%Einrichtungen
We hope you will try our super-budget rooms on our remodeled 3rd floor! Check-in time is between 3pm and 10pm. Please, no children under 6-years old.

Preise beziehen sich pro Person pro Nacht.

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Hostels Ausstattungen & Richtlinien

  • Altersbegrenzung
  • Klimaanlage
  • Frühstück nicht inklusive
  • Kartentelefone
  • Gemeinschaftsraum
  • Zahlung per Kreditkarte möglich
  • Kostenlose Stadtpläne
  • Kostenloser Internet-Zugang
  • Kostenloses WLAN
  • Haartrockner
  • Warmwasser-Duschen
  • Internet-Zugang
  • Waschmöglichkeiten
  • Bettwäsche im Preis inbegriffen
  • Schließfächer
  • Gepäckraum
  • Kein Rezeptionsschluss
  • Nichtraucher
  • Postdienst
  • Leselicht
  • Ausflugsschalter
  • Handtücher zum Ausleihen
  • Waschmaschine

Reiserücktrittsversicherung

Diese Unterkunft hat eine 2 Tage Stornierungsfrist. Ergeht innerhalb dieser Zeit keine Stornierung, wird eine Stornogebühr in Höhe der ersten Nacht des Aufenthalts in Rechnung gestellt.

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From Narita Airport:
Take the Keisei Skyliner* train to UENO station (the last stop) and transfer to the Tokyo Metro Ginza subway line (about a three-minute walk) and ride that to Tawaramachi station.

The Keisei Express (instead of the Skyliner) also runs to UENO and is a little cheaper but a little slower.

From Haneda Airport:
Take the monorail to Hamamatsucho station and transfer to the JR line and ride that to UENO station. Transfer to the Tokyo Metro Ginza subway line and go to Tawaramachi station.

From TAWARAMACHI station on Tokyo Metro Ginza subway line- (about 5 min.): Take Exit No. 3 out of the subway station and continue walking straight for five blocks. On the corner of the fifth block there is a 24-hour sushi shop named 'SUSHI-ICHIBAN' and another restaurant called 'Gyu-Kaku' above that (you will see 'Seray Kebab' on the opposite corner and 'Denny's' and the 'ROX' building across the street). Turn left at this corner (down the small street between the sushi restaurant and the kebab shop) and then make a right turn on the SECOND block (you will see a small shrine on the first block). You will find us on the left-hand side of the street with a blue & white signboard on the building and just next to a parking lot.

From ASAKUSA station on Tokyo Metro Ginza subway line & Toei Asakusa line- (13-min. walk): Take Exit No. 4a out of the subway station and walk right to the main street (you will see a police box and the large lantern of Kaminarimon Gate across the street). Walk left down this main street until you come to a T intersection (you will see an Family Mart convenience store across the street in front of you). Cross to the Family Mart side of the street and walk right until you see a 24-hour sushi shop called 'SUSHI-ICHIBAN' and another restaurant called 'Gyu-Kaku' above that (you will see 'Seray Kebab' on the opposite corner and 'Denny's' and the 'ROX' building across the street). Turn left at this corner (down the small street between the sushi restaurant and the kebab shop) and then make a right turn on the SECOND block (you will see a small shrine on the first block). You will find us on the left-hand side of the street with a blue & white signboard on the building and just next to a parking lot.