Sakura Hostel Asakusa
Japan
Starting From 16.98 €
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Sakura Hostel Asakusa Informations

FREE INTERNET PCs in lobby available 24 hours.
There are 6 desktop PCs in the lobby for the free Internet use.
Also, WiFi and LAN cables are available for your laptops (free).

Only minutes away from Asakusa's main temples, shrines, pagoda, traditional shopping arcade

From Nights People
  • 24 Hour Reception

  • 24 Hour Security

  • Air Conditioning

  • Bar

  • Bicycle Parking

  • Book Exchange

  • Breakfast Not Included

  • Cable TV

  • Cafe

  • Card Phones

  • Ceiling Fan

  • Common Room

  • DVD's

  • Elevator

  • Fax Service

  • Free City Maps

  • Free Internet Access

  • Free WiFi

  • Hairdryers

  • Hairdryers For Hire

  • Hot Showers

  • Housekeeping

  • Internet Access

  • Key Card Access

  • Kitchen

  • Laundry Facilities

  • Linen Included

  • Lockers

  • Luggage Storage

  • Meals available

  • Outdoor Terrace

  • Parking

  • PlayStation

  • Reading Light

  • Tours/Travel Desk

  • Towels for hire

  • Vending Machines

  • Washing machine
From Narita International Airport

* By Keisei Narita Sky Access Line (Approx. 62 mins, 1,240 yen)
It runs every 40 minutes and takes you to Asakusa directly.
There are two routes ('Narita Sky Access Line' or 'Keisei Main Line') on Keisei Line.
When you purchase a ticket, please select the route via 'Narita Sky Access'.
A through ticket to Asakusa is available at Narita Airport Station.
Please dont take Keisei Skyliner or JR Narita Express.

* If you catch the access express for Keisei Ueno in the evening, please change at Aoto Station for Asakusa. Take a train which comes to the other side of the same platform. Get off at Asakusa station.

From Haneda International Airport to Asakusa

The train from Haneda International Airport to Asakusa is Keikyu Line. (Keikyu Line will connect to Toei Asakusa Line). There are many direct trains from Haneda Airport to Asakusa (approximately 6 direct trains per hour)
*From Haneda Airport, please catch an airport express(???????) or an airport limited express(???????).
*Please take trains that bound for Imba-Nihonidai(??????), Inzai-Makinohara(?????), Narita Airport(????), Keisei Narita(????), Keisei-Takasago(????), and Aoto(??).
* the trains bound for other stations do not go to Asakusa.

- It takes approximately 47 minutes
- A ticket to Asakusa is available at Haneda Airport and the fare is 640Yen.
* To purchase a ticket at a ticket machine, please press Toei Line first, then press 640 Yen.

* From Asakusa Station to Sakura Hostel Asakusa

1. Take the exit A4 at Asakusa station and turn right and turn left on the first street(Kaminarimon-dori street).
2. Keep walking (approx 10 min) on Kaminarimon-dori street unitl you get to Kokusai-dori street.
3. Turn right on Kokusai-dori street and walk strgiht.
4. Passing the Keihan Hotel on your right, you will see a street on your right. Turn right onto that street.
5. Walk down towards a Hanayashiki gift shop. You will pass a Sunshine Pachinko building (pinball parlor) on your left.
6. When you see the Hanayashiki gift shop, turn left onto a narrow street.
Keep walking down the narrow street until you see Sakura Hostel Asakusa on your left its the large pink building!

* For JR pass holers
Take Narita Express from the Airport.
Get off at JR Tokyo station.

By Train - ( 20min , 130yen forJR and 200yen for Tsukuba Express line)
Take JR Yamanote line(inbound/uchimawari/platform #4)
Get off at Akihabara station.(2 stations away)
Transfer to Tsukuba Express line, Akihabara station(5min walk from JR Akihabara station).
Get off at Asakusa station. (2 stations away)

*From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line) to Sakura Hostel Asakusa

1. Walk to the A1 exit (elevator is available), turn right at the A1 exit on ground level.
2. Walk a few minutes, there is a traffic light, you can see Asakusa View hotel and life supermarket on your left side and small car parking on your side, turn right on the traffic light into the narrow street.
3. When you reach the end of the street, turn left. Our hostel is the large pink building.
- Sensoji Temple (Asakusa's main temple) & all of Asakusa's historic attractions - Akihabara Electronic/Animation Town - Ueno National Museum/Zoo - River Cruise to the bay area - New Tokyo Tower 'Sky Tree' (World's tallest tower.)
If you arrive later than 21:00, please call/email us in advance.


Informations about Sakura Hostel Asakusa

FREE INTERNET PCs in lobby available 24 hours.
There are 6 desktop PCs in the lobby for the free Internet use.
Also, WiFi and LAN cables are available for your laptops (free).

Only minutes away from Asakusa's main temples, shrines, pagoda, traditional shopping arcades, Akihabara Electronic/Animation Town, Ueno National Museum/Zoo & more. Asakusa has four train/subway stations for access all over Tokyo.


Main Features:
- Check in Time 13:00 (Guests arriving later than 21:00 must call/email us)
- Check out Time 11:00
- No curfew / No closing time/We wait for your arrival till late at night
- 24 hrs open reception with English speaking staff
- We also speak some Spanish
- All-you-can-eat breakfast for 315 yen
- Credit cards welcomed
- Guest kitchen available
- Spacey lounge to meet people
- In-room locker for every dorm bed
- Free DVDs and PS2 games
- Free Wifi
- Free Internet PCs in lobby
- Originally designed bed with personal bed light and electric plug
- Free luggage storage before/after your stay
- Information about apartment rental

Sakura Hostel Asakusa is a purpose-built 6-storied hostel with dorms and twin rooms, common kitchen, comfortable lounge and Internet cafe ideally designed for people to socialize and make friends from all over the world.

The members involved in this hostel's opening, from the front staff to the architects, are all backpackers who have been wishing to have a cheap but clean and comfortable hostel which they would like to introduce to their backpacking friends visiting Tokyo.

Come and meet us at Asakusa. This is more than just a place to sleep.