In these times of austerity, how can you make sure you get the most for your money when choosing a budget hostel in Tokyo? Asakusabashi's Anne Hostel raises itself above the competition by adopting a ‘bed and breakfast’ model, meaning you’ll get a place to sleep and a morning feed for your fistful of yen. Travellers in search of an authentically retro Japanese experience will appreciate the horigotatsu-style recessed seating in the communal lounge, as well as the option of sleeping on a futon in a tatami-floored (washitsu) dorm. Prices start at ¥2,600 per person for a standard dorm room, or ¥3,400 for a Japanese-style dorm room, and include free internet access.
|Venue name:||Anne Hostel Tokyo|
2-21-14 Yanagibashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
|Transport:||Asakusabashi Station (Chuo-Sobu, Asakusa lines)|