Just checked out of there this morning. Nice and cozy little place, only wish it could be closer to the city centre though. That said, it is a mere 2 subway stops away from Sapporo Station, and walking takes about 20 minutes so that's fine I guess.
As the previous reviewer said, you get a small locker, your bunk, linens and a small towel. Baths and the loo are separated by gender, with hairdryers, thoughtful cotton buds and Muji Cleansing Milk, Shampoo and Body Soap for the ladies (not sure about the gents?). Room's a tad bit small though, so luckily I was practically the only one in the room - more than enough space to pack my stuff.
The beds were so mega comfortable I overslept almost every morning. And even on the bottom bunk, I could sit up comfortably instead of hitting my head when I get up every morning. How awesome is that!
Fuji-san and co were very friendly, and even introduced me to their favourite places to eat etc. When I wanted to check out early (8am!), Fuji-san helped me to do so without any complaints.
Wouldn't recommend for you to visit Sapporo in November though, seems like a lot of places are closed / events yet to happen e.g. Sapporo TV Tower is closed for renovation, Sapporo White Illumination due to start the following week (saw the workers putting the lights up).More