Prices are one of the things you would be concerned about when traveling to Japan. How about staying at a guest house that charges 3000 yen or less per night, so you can enjoy many other things? Here we will present eight lodging facilities not only reasonably priced but also full of other charms, such as being designed to look like a ninja residence or having common spaces.
This is it, the king of Japanese guesthouses! This guesthouse/youth hostel is a part of the Khaosan group that has established guest houses in Asakusa, Kyoto, Fukuoka, and other places. It’s well priced, clean, and boast capsule-type cabin bedrooms. There is a common area where customers from many countries can meet and chat, and it’s got a friendly atmosphere.
Old private houses are so comfortable! This has a veranda and gardens, so it feels warm like a home in the countryside. At night, the living room entrance becomes a bar, and even people who aren’t lodging there can enjoy mingling freely.
This comfortable space is an old private house renovated around the concept of “a place that goes beyond all boundaries where people can gather.”
A new type that goes beyond an ordinary guest house! Nui. is actually second branch of toco., which was already mentioned. A guest house with this kind of quality at this price is amazing, so be sure to check it out if you’re in this area.
Nui is said to be a renovated warehouse from the Edo period. The first floor is a cafe and bar lounge open to lodgers as well as the public.
A small retro hotel filled with a homey atmosphere. Even though it’s in the middle of Tokyo, it feels a little like a mountain hut! The entrance is like a hole-in-the-wall cafe, and the hostel is compact, but extremely comfortable!
It has a women-only dormitory as well, so you can feel secure while you mingle.
Breakfast is provided for guests at an extra 300 yen.
How about here as a base camp for your travels and international interaction? They have support in not only Japanese and English, but in a wide spectrum of languages including French, German, Italian, so many people from different countries gather here. There are also many magazines and newspapers from overseas. It’s a good place to exchange travel information!
This hotel is comfortable, and they say that there are also many long-term lodgers here.
How about enjoying some international exchange at one of the biggest guest houses in Japan? There are a few of them in Japan, and this branch is close to Asakusa. It has a simple layout and it’s very clean. Besides dormitory rooms, there are also Japanese-style rooms and private rooms.
This hotel is in Nakano, so it’s very convenient to get to Shinjuku, Harajuku, and Shibuya. Every type of room is cheaply priced!
This is another great choice for travelers on a budget. If you’re a female only group, you’ll be happy to hear that there is a women-only floor at this guesthouse.
With these eight guesthouses available for you to try, it’s easier than ever to travel on a budget around Tokyo, and have more money for sightseeing and shopping! Have a great trip!
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