Best Party Hostels in Tokyo
Tokyo truly has it's own culture. It's a densely packed urban area that is driven by technology, wealth, history, and culture. The city lights up at night and comes to life in its own fascinating way. Tokyo is known for its nightlife scene and there's no shortage of neighborhoods where you can party into the early hours of the morning. Do keep an eye on the train schedule though, if you don't want to pay for a taxi back to you hostel or hotel.
Most of Tokyo's nightlife is best experienced by heading away from your hostel and finding local bars, clubs, and karaoke spots. Although hostels can offer a great means to meet other travelers, if you want to experience the best party scenes, these won't be found in the hostel bars. For this reason, typical "party hostels" in Tokyo can be a bit difficult to come by. Instead, find a hostel that has a lively bar, make some friends, and then head out on the town together.
The hostels below may not be traditional party hostels, but they do often a good setting where you can meet other travelers and find friends to explore the city with.
How much do hostels in Tokyo cost?
|Average Dorm Price
$121 ($14 to $9,391)
|Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel)
$81 ($38 to $408)
A fun and affordable hostel for backpackers and students.
Dorm Bed: $2,500.00
Nue Hostel and Bar Lounge is one of the more lively hostels in Tokyo. There's a great bar and lounge area where many guests enjoy hanging out. They often have music playing and there's good food and drinks available for reasonable prices. If you're hoping to meet other travelers, then this is the place to hang out. On occasion, they even have live music.
The hostel is located in the Asakusa area. There are bars, restaurants, and shops nearby and many of the city's sights are within walking distance. Public transportation is also conveniently close by.
The hostel has a friendly staff and a social vibe so if you want to make friends, it's relatively easy. The area is safe and the price is reasonable. Despite the lively bar, it's still possible to enjoy a good night's sleep here as well.
2-14-13, Kuramae, Taito-ku ,
A popular and affordable hostel for backpackers and budget travellers.
Dorm Bed: $19.52
Space Hostel Tokyo isn't so much a party hostel as it is a great place to meet other travelers. There's a common area where guests can hang out and chat, and it's relatively easy to find other backpackers who are headed out on the town. The hostel also has a good location near public transit and is near several of Tokyo's most interesting neighborhoods.
This is a clean and comfortable hostel that is reasonably priced. It's also a popular hostel, so there are usually other guests hanging out. The staff are also very helpful and can recommend any number of places to go around the city. There are also lockers where you can store your belongings. Dorms sleep either four or eight people.
2-26-11 Kitaueno Taito-ku ,
A great hostel for backpackers, students, ad solo travellers.
Dorm Bed: $27.83
This hostel is becoming a popular and fun hostel for young travelers and backpackers who want to make the most of their time in Tokyo. The hostel is located in a small, five story building and there's a fun on-site cafe and bar. There always seem to be people hanging out in the bar, so if you're looking for a few new friends, it's easy to find them. They even offer a free nightly drink at the bar. This is a great hostel for solo travelers because everyone seems open to hanging out.
The hostel is located between the Asakusa and Ueno areas and it's near public transportation. There's anything you might need in the immediate vicinity including convenience stores, grocery stores, bakeries, and restaurants.
The hostel is affordable and there are dorms available that are comfortable and quiet. The staff here are also travelers themselves and they can help you with any information you might need.
Iriya 2-29-2, Taito-ku ,
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