Address2-15-3 Kiyokawa Taito-ku TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The three tiny doubles and numerous three-tatami-mat singles fill up fast at this hospitable little spot. For reservations, check the excellent website.
Our independent authors have visited Juyoh Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hostels in Tokyo.
Services & facilities
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
- Hot Tub
- Laundry Facilities
Description provided by property
Welcome to Juyoh Hotel!!
We are a friendly hotel for budget-minded travelers, located in Minami-Senju, in the North-East of Tokyo Metropolis. Combining hostel-like features, like reasonable rates and two common areas, with hotel-like features, like private rooms and all-night building entry, Juyoh Hotel is a place where low-budget doesn't mean cheap.
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to swing by the front desk. Our friendly staff are ready to help. Please enjoy your stay!!
Reception business hours: 8:00am to 0:00am
Check in time: 4:00pm-23:00am
Check out time: until 10:00am
The guest kitchen is available from 7:00am-0:00am on weekedays and 8:00am-0:00am on weekdays.
Public computers for free is available at the lobby.
Also free Internet access via WiFi is available in the room as well as in the lobby area.
The Shower rooms (free body soap and shampoo are inside) are open for 24 hours.
We have a private bath which you can book at the reception desk for 300 yen per hour.
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