Hostels with Kitchens in Tokyo, Japan

Hostels with Kitchens in Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan's busy capital, mixes the ultramodern and the traditional, from neon-lit skyscrapers to historic temples. Tokyo’s neon-lit streetscapes still look like a sci-fi film set – and that’s a vision of the city from the 1980s. Tokyo has been building ever since, adding ever taller, sleeker structures. Come see the utopian mega-malls, the edgy designer boutiques from Japan’s award-winning architects, and the world’s tallest tower – Tokyo Sky Tree – a twisting spire that draws on ancient building techniques. Tokyo may have futuristic tendencies, but you can still see traces of the shogun’s capital on the kabuki stage, at a sumo tournament or under the cherry blossoms. It’s a modern city built on old patterns, and in the shadows of skyscrapers you can find anachronistic wooden shanty bars and quiet alleys, raucous traditional festivals, and lantern-lit yakitori (grilled chicken) stands. In older neighborhoods you can shop for handicrafts made just as they have been for centuries, or wander down cobblestone lanes where geisha once walked. Also in the city, amid the sci-fi landscape, you can also find the Meiji Shinto Shrine, known for its towering gate and surrounding woods, and The Imperial Palace, siting amid large public gardens. The city also hosts many museums offer exhibits ranging from classical art (in the Tokyo National Museum) to a reconstructed kabuki theater (in the Edo-Tokyo Museum). Tokyo is an exciting city full of history and progress and these hostels with kitchens provide an excellent base for exploring the area.
How much do hostels in Tokyo cost?
Average Dorm Price $126 ($14 to $9,391)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $81 ($38 to $408)
Dorm Bed: JPY3,200.00
Private Room: JPY3,600.00
Overall Rating: 94%
Khaosan Tokyo Origami offers a good location, in central Asakusa, close to Sensoji temple, and only a 5 minute walk from Asakusa Station. The lounge and dining area offer an amazing panoramic view of the city. There is a cozy common room available for guests to relax and get to know other travelers. The hostel offers a friendly staff that will provide the best info on what’s happening in Tokyo. Khaosan Tokyo Origami is within easy walking distance of public transport, restaurants, convenience store, and many popular tourist attractions. The property offers a variety of accommodation options from dorm style to private rooms, to suite any travelers needs and preferences. Self-catering facilities and a steam room are available for guests use. Linens are Wi-Fi are free with your stay and towels are available to rent.

3-4-12, Asakusa Taito-ku , Tokyo, Japan,
Dorm Bed: $22.97
Private Room: $26.50
Overall Rating: 84%
Anne Hostel Asakusabashi is located within a 5 minutes' walk from both JR and Toei Asakusabashi station, only a few minutes ride away from Akihabara, Ueno and Asakusa. Anne Hostel is within easy walking distance of restaurants, convenience stores (7/11), money exchange, post office, liquor stores, Karaoke, bars, and everything you need during your stay. Grocery store is only a 1 min walk. Anne Hostel has both western style bunk beds as well as Japanese style futon rooms, with both private and dormitory room options available. Individual reading light, power outlet and curtains are available. The female-only dormitory is perfect for female travelers to sleep and meet new friends in a relaxed environment. The facility offers free breakfast with oiled Eggs, Toast with margarine and jam, coffee, green tea and English tea. Wi-Fi is available in the Lounge and guest rooms. Guest computers are available on each floors for free of charge. Laundry facilities are available and air conditioning is offered in every room. There is also a lounge with a big screen TV, DVD's, and board games, open 7am to 12 midnight for guests enjoyment. Guest kitchen is also available for self-catering, open until midnight. The property has an elevator providing access to all floors. Linens are included with your stay and towels are available for hire.

2-21-14, Yanagibashi Taito-ku , Tokyo, Japan,
Dorm Bed: $19.67
Private Room: $132.99
Overall Rating: 90%
‘ENAKA’ means a traditional Japanese dining area where there is a kitchen and heating and was often used as a place for family gathering. The lounge is designed in Japanese style with a wide hearth, and there is a vending machine corner for guests’ comfort. The property has a shared kitchen where you can cook your own food with your friends, cheer glasses, and enjoy the mixture of traditional and modern atmosphere. This hostel accepts guests age 12 and older. Linens, Wi-Fi, and towels are free with your stay.

1-29-9, Asakusa Taito-ku , Tokyo, Japan,
Dorm Bed: $37.81
Private Room: $42.01
Overall Rating: 87%
Khaosan Tokyo Laboratory is centrally located in Asakusa, just a 5-minute walk from the famous Kaminari-Mon Gate. Asakusa is great choice for travelers interested in temples, city trips and city walks. The property offers colorfully decorated rooms with bunk beds and free Wi-Fi, air conditioning and heating facilities throughout. All of the rooms have an en-suite bath room. Guests can unwind in a modern living room or prepare meals at the fully equipped kitchen. The facility also offers free luggage and free safety deposit service upon request. The hostel is a 5-minute walk from, Sensoji Temple, Nakamise Shopping Street, and many restaurants. Tawaramachi Station, only a 4-minute walk, offers easy access to Ueno and Akihabara areas. Asakusa Subway Station is a 10-minute walk away. The property has an elevator for guests use and air conditioning is available. Linens are free with your stay and towels are available for hire.

2-1-4 Nishi-Asakusa Taito-ku , Tokyo, Japan,
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