I was with a group of 3 friends and we found ourselves unexpectedly spending the night in Tokyo after a flight change enroute to Beijing. We found this hostel online and since it was last minute, decided to stay with them as they were the only property in our price range that had 4 beds in one room left. We took the metro from the Haneda airport right to the Asakusabashi station and walked from there. It was later at night (1am) and the area was absolutely dead quiet. No people walking and no cars. We had a little trouble finding it, but managed. When we arrived, it was locked up tight but we were able to page the office with the call button and we were shown to our room without a problem. The place is very clean and quite large. Several floors and there is an elevator if needed. Our room had 2 bunk beds and was comfy by Asian standards. The shared bathroom/shower area was suffcient. We didn't have any problems with the showers making a mess. Lots of other travellers staying here. Decent breakfast in an inviting setting. I would say a solid 20-30 minute walk to the main area of Asakusa. Overall, decent place to stay for a short visit.
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