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Typical Japanese business hotel, quite small room with double bed could hardly squeeze by it to make room for luggage. The bed while the right size for two people and quite comfortable. The appliances, the usual television, refrigerator where you can leave your stuff (empty), a water heater in addition to slippers and kimonos to put on.
Generally it's ok in regard to noise, but what happened was we had the window right next to our bed and the curtain didn't end up blocking a lot of sun so we ended up waking up pretty early.
On the good side, it's clean, they give you and the receptionists are really nice and they speak English perfectly and there's free WiFi.
We didn't have breakfast included but the restaurant attached looked really nice.
The best is that it's really well connected and you have the metro and Japan Rail (Bakurocho station)just a few steps away.
That said, it's not a bad price and in general you're not going to spend much time in the room since it's really small.
Perhaps the best hostel in Tokyo, valued both by guides and travelers commenting on Hostelworld as one of the best hostels in Asia. It's location is very close to the subway and the downtown JR stations- Ueno Station and Tokyo Station. It has rooms for about 24 euros including a bedroom and living room. The living room is very nice, with tatami. There is wifi in the hostel. It has great staff and is a great place for backpackers and travelers
If you are looking to save some money, this is the place ... but it takes a bit of getting used to! Internet cafes, known as "manga kissa" in Japan, are completely different from what we're accustomed to in the west. They are everywhere in Tokyo, and can be found without any problems. As you enter a receptionist welcomes you, and you choose how many hours you want to stay, and what type of accommodation you prefer.
Standard packages can be added to (eg 10 hours = 1500 Package yen, 400 yen for each additional hour), while with regard to the accommodation there are several possibilities: a chair in a shared room, a private room with an armchair, or a private room with a futon. And of course, there's a computer with an internet connection, no matter what option you've selected. Besides this, the manga kissa offer other services including: Bathroom (shared but still in good condition), shower fee (100 yen = less than 1 euro) that we have to book at the time of our arrival, huge shelves full of manga and anime (Japanese comics and cartoons), free drinks and ice creams, and other types of food for a fee.
Each room is large enough to fit one person, and has a desk with a computer and a TV (another fee). The shower is always spotless, and for a few hundred yen more, we can ask for shampoo, shower gel, towel and hairdryer. The Japanese often stay overnight in these cafes, and there are several chains including "Bagus" and "Manboo" .... In my opinion these are the best! So, if you want to go to Japan but have little money to spend, this is the right solution! At the weekends, prices tend to increase.