In Tokyo, There's a Hostel Just 1 Minute from Kaminarimon!
Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki
Using the traditional Japanese art of Kabuki as its motif, the unique exterior of the Tokyo hostel, "Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki", will catch you eye!
It's a 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station and just 1 minute on foot from Kaminarimon, the popular tourist attraction at Sensoji Temple.
A Convenient Location for Sightseeing
In the area surrounding the hostel, a lot of restaurants and souvenir shops line the streets, so it's convenient for sightseeing. Enjoy strolling around Asakusa!
Designed in a Kabuki Style
Just as its name suggests, the design of this building is based on the motif of Kabuki, Japan's traditional performance art.
With an exterior that looks just like the entrance to a Kabuki theater, the design packs such a punch that at first glance, no one will notice it's actually a hostel!
While the beds are basically bunk beds, there is a private room where you can sleep in the old Japanese style, on a futon laid upon a tatami mat floor. If you usually sleep in a bed, why not take this opportunity to try sleeping on a futon?
Relax in the "At-Home" Space
While enjoying free coffee or black tea, or eating food that you prepared in the kitchen, you can use the living room 24 hours a day, as you like. In this snug and cozy space, it's easy to get to know other guests as well as the staff.
Basic information on Khaosan Tokyo Kabuki
- 1-17-2 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo[MAP]
- 5 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station. If you're coming directly from Narita or Haneda Airports, take a Limousine Bus from the airport, getting off at Asakusa View Hotel Mae stop. From there, it's a 5-minute walk.
- From 3 pm to 10 pm
(Please contact the staff beforehand if you plan to arrive after 10 pm)
- Until 11 am
- Room Price
- From 3,200 yen
- Credit Cards
- Accepted (VISA, Master Card, JCB, American Express, UnionPay)