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- 98%Budget Travelers
- 98%Local Culture
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- Aizuya InnMember ofAdventure TravelersArt & Design LoversFirst to ReviewOct 14, 2013
The shared rooms at this hostel are some of the cheapest accommodation you can find in Tokyo, and this hostel is in a particularly good location if you need to catch an early flight out of Narita. It's also in a good location if you want to see Akihabara (electric-town) or Asakusa, but if you want to go to East Tokyo like Shibuya or Shinjuku, it will take you almost an hour from Aizuya Inn to those places. The train stop Aizuya Inn is by, Minami-senju Station, is both a J.R. and a metro stop, so getting to and away from the area is not much of a problem. It's a pretty straightforward walk, through a quiet, working class neighborhood, to get to the hostel. The staff speaks several languages and is available to help. There are two computers with Internet in the common area, and a kitchen, so it's an easy place to meet other traveling people. There's also a grocery store just a couple of minutes away, which are sometimes hard to find in areas of Tokyo with hotels.
Very Good!111 reviews across the web.
- Guests recommend this hotel for budget travelers.
- PriceExcellent value for money, said 100%.
- Service99% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Location96% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
- Food94% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- Internet93% thought it was a great value.
- HotelHotel is great. 89% of the guests liked it.
The staff at Aizuya Inn are multilingual. Dining options include a café serving breakfast. Additional property amenities include two computers with Internet for free use in the lobby, a small library, a flat-screen TV, a kitchen and refrigerator for guest use, and laundry
There are both private and shared Japanese-style rooms with tatami floors and futons. Separate mens and womens toilets are on each floor.
The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and to keep the photocopy on file.