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Feels a bit like a hostel in part. Very central - close to pretty much everything you could need. The staff are lovely & fluent in English, & incredibly helpful. The rooms are very small & basic, & the breakfasts mainly consist of bread &...More
The hotel is simple and the rooms are very small, but it is very comfortable, quiet, clean, and the staff is very kind. It is close to a supermarket, restaurants and, most importantly, it is two blocks from Hatagaya Station (Keio New Line). Next to...More
This hotel had very nice staff, a simple breakfast which helped sustain us till we got further afield, and tidy, clean rooms. Very close to Hatagaya station south exit (100m or so). No toothpaste was supplied though so helps if you bring your own (shampoo...More
Simple room but clean and well located. Staff is very helpful. Breakfast very simple but helps to spend the day. Room is small but in the Japanese standard. Shared bathroom. Calm and organized. I recommend for low budget
Home to backpackers passing through as well as expats with short-term contracts (teaching, translation, and who knows?) this is a very convenient location, proximate to Hatagaya subway station. The price is certainly affordable, the front desk staff are both a joy and also a treasure...More
US$67 - US$178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#1 Best Value Hotel in Shibuya
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In advance, buy a five-day pass on Japan Railways. Can only be done from overseas via internet. On arrival at Narita Airport, travel on the airport express train to Tokyo main station. Change to the shinkansen bullet train... More
In advance, buy a five-day pass on Japan Railways. Can only be done from overseas via internet. On arrival at Narita Airport, travel on the airport express train to Tokyo main station. Change to the shinkansen bullet train to Nagano. The train to Nagano must arrive before 4 p.m. for you to take the next step. In nagano catch the bus outside the train station directly to the hotel. It drops you off 50 yards away at the Terminus. There is no way you can get lost. Full details of this itinerary are at the hotel website. It is simple. You are even given alternative numbers of trains and times. Be aware that if you arrive at Naga no later than 3:45 pm you cannot catch the last bus, and the taxi fare to the hotel is about 15,000 Yen or 150 US dollars. Plan accordingly. The return is the same itinerary in reverse. The JR pass saves money and also allows for one day of additional travel.