Amazing hostel with really nice owners. It is like staying in someone's home. It's not a crazy party hostel but it is a really good little Japanese experience. Whether you are looking for somewhere to sleep while waiting for a plane or actually wanting to check out Narita (which is a cool little city if you know where to look), then definitly check here out!
I had 2 nights here after flying into Narita before going into Tokyo and it was great. Friendly staff, great location just off Omote Sando street, good price, just a basic toast and jam breakfast but free tea and coffee, just watch the wooden beam right above your head when you wake up!
A lot of friends recommended I stay at the airport on my 18 hour layover, but I'm so glad I didn't! Getting to Narita City and Backpackers Fuji is incredibly simple- also plenty of people speak English and we're very helpful. Once in Narita City it's a short walk to the hostel. It is a hostel- shared rooms, shared sinks, shared common area- if that's not your thing don't read this review. I love it, and as far as Backpackers goes- they were great. Clean, accommodating, quiet, comfortable bed, and nice showers! Be sure you get out and explore the area. A few blocks from the hostel is a great temple. Lastly, find a local eel restaurant- it's a Narita speciality.
The 2 night stay at this hostel was comfortable. Simple, essential and good hospitality. The room is simple yet comfy to stay in. Free WiFi provided. The value is great for budget traveller. The bad part is, no dryer, after check out they don't provide the service to look after the luggage, and they have curfew. Overall, it's worth to stay and very near narita airport.
I stayed on my last two nights cycle touring Japan before flying home. The hosts are friendly and helpful. They even gave me a spot to park my bicycle. The bunks are comfortable and the rooms large. There's an awesome deck to sit on and a good sized kitchen area. I would definitely stay here again.