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One of Tokyo's largest hostels (with 162 beds), Sakura is rather utilitarian but does have compensating factors: super-friendly English-speaking staff and a simple breakfast served in the large common space for just ¥350. Cultural events and tours are held regularly.
There are discounts for stays of more than a week.
Featuring a fully equipped free-use kitchen and a free internet PC lounge, Sakura Hostel Asakusa is just a 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station and famous Senso-ji Temple. Friendly English-speaking staff welcome guests at the 24-hour front desk. Free Wi-Fi is provided in all rooms. Asakusa Sakura Hostel offers both private rooms and dormitory rooms with multiple bunk beds. All rooms come with air conditioning, and bathroom are shared. Personal safes and lockers are available for dormitory rooms. Asakusa’s famous Nakamise Street is a pleasant 7-minute stroll from the hostel. Nearby Asakusa Station offers a direct subway link to the Ueno, Akihabara and Roppongi areas. Iconic Tokyo Sky Tree is just a 3-minute train ride away from Asakusa Station. Concierge at the front desk can arrange and recommend various activities and trips. The hostel provides free luggage storage services and a coin-operated laundry. Guests can relax in the common room, which has a TV, DVD player and video games. Sakura’s cafe bar serves an all-you-can-eat breakfast as well as snacks and drinks.