Anne Hostel Asakusabashi

2-21-14, Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan, Distance from city centre: 8.9km
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Rating: 85%from 3 reviews

  • 80%Atmosphere
  • 80%Staff
  • 93%Security
  • 86%Cleanliness
  • 80%Location
  • 93%Value for money
  • 86%Facilities
Anne Hostel is East Tokyo's finest Japanese style hostel, with daily free breakfast. We have both Japanese style (futon) beds and western style bunk beds. Meet with other travelers in our Wafu style lounge. Asakusa and Akihabara are walkable. Excellent airport access. Good for JR Pass holders.

We offer :

- Free Breakfast
Boiled Eggs, Toast, Coffee, Green tea and English tea
All you can eat from 7am to 10am

- Free Internet
Wifi is available in the Lounge and guest rooms
Guest computers on each floors for free of charge

- Free guidebooks and maps

- Free luggage storage

- Free lockers for your valuables

- Free soap, shampoo and conditioner

- Air Conditioning in every room

- Lounge with a big screen TV (open 7am to 12 midnight)

- DVD and board games in lounge room

- Guest kitchen (open 7am to 12 midnight)

- Hot shower and tub for 24 hours

- Hair dryer

- Iron & Iron board upon request

- Elevator available to all floors

- Pay phone + international phone cards available at the reception

Cancellation Policy

If you contact us with a cancel
48+ hours before checking (4pm Tokyo) = 0% charge,
24-48 hours=50% charge, 0-24 hours=100% charge (1 day)

*We currently only accept cash payment at check in.

**Guests under 10 years old may not stay in dormitory rooms.

Check-in PM 4:00 〜 PM 11:00
Check-out AM 6:00 〜 AM 11:00

※Entrance is closed at AM 0:00 every night. (Registered guests can come and go using a pin code)
Prices are per person per night.

Availability & Rates

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Hostel Facilities & Policies

  • 24 Hour Security
  • Adaptors
  • Air Conditioning
  • Board Games
  • Book Exchange
  • Free Breakfast
  • Card Phones
  • Common Room
  • DVDs
  • Elevator
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hair Dryers For Hire
  • Hot Showers
  • Hot Tub
  • Internet Access
  • Self-Catering Facilities
  • Late check-out
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Linen Included
  • Security Lockers
  • Luggage Storage
  • No Curfew
  • Non Smoking
  • Reading Light
  • Reception (limited hours)
  • Towels For Hire
  • Vending Machines
  • Washing Machine

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 2 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

Must-Read Hostel Info

This property has specific Terms & Conditions.

Check-in : 4PM-11PM
In case you arrive late, and of course the door is closed,
but no refund is available at all
*Please book at Anne Hostel Yokozuna,
where allows late check in until 01:00

Check-out : -11AM

--- Cancellation Policy ---

If you contact us with a cancel
48+ hours before checking (4pm Tokyo) = 0% charge
24-48 hours=50% charge
0-24 hours=100% charge (1 day)

Payment is due upon arrival by cash only
We DO NOT accept credit card

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From Narita Airport

Take the Keisei Line to Aoto station.
Then change to Toei Asakusa line to Asakusabashi station.
It takes approximately 70-90 minutes.

If you are coming early in the morning,
the Keisei Sky Access Express train will take you straight to Asakusabashi station, without any transfers.

For JR pass holders:
You can catch a Narita Express to Tokyo station.
Take a Yamanote line and change at Akihabara for Sobu line to Asakusabashi.

From Haneda Airport

Take a Keikyu line.
Trains bound for Imba-Nihonidai/ Inzai-Makinohara/ Keisei-Takasago are direct trains to Asakusabashi station.
If you catch any other Keikyu train, you need to transfer at Sengakuji station to Toei Asakusa line.
It takes approximately 35-40 minutes.

Direction from Asakusabashi Station

From Toei Asakusabashi station

(When you take Keisei Line from Narita Airport you will arrive here, not JR Asakusabashi Station)
Take A6 exit, you will see 7ELEVEN in front of you.
Go straight along the main street for 2 blocks, and turn right at a Chinese restaurant with a red sign.
Turn left at the 2nd corner where you will see a building with a sign 'fukushima', then turn right at the first corner.
You will see the sign of Anne Hostel on the left side of the street.

From JR Asakusabashi station

Take the East exit, go across the street in front of you FIRST and turn left.
(High risk of getting lost if you don't go across the street here first!)
Walk pass the 7eleven and go straight along the main street for 2 blocks.
Turn right at a Chinese restaurant with red sign
then turn left at the 2nd corner where you will see a building with a sign 'fukushima',
then turn right at the first corner.
You will see the sign of Anne Hostel on the left side of the street.

Please check our website and print our the map and direction
as it can be a bit tricky to get here without a map for the first time.

Located Near

Asakusa - the traditional sector of Tokyo and home of the famous Sensouji Temple.

Akihabara - Electric Town. The computer and electronics (and also comic book and nerd) capital of the world. Here you can see many comic book and animation stores as well as quirky maid cafes.

Ueno - Ueno Park and many museums inside, Ueno Zoo, Ameya Yokocho etc.

Ryogoku - the home of Sumo wrestling! Get excited!

Easily and conveniently accessible to Tokyo station, Shinjuku area and Shibuya area by train .

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