~ Anne Hostel Asakusabashi is home to Tokyo's best free breakfast ~ WE ARE THE ONLY HOSTEL PROVIDING FREE BREAKFAST IN TOKYO! *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*- Cherry Blossom in TOKYO 2014 Estimated Opening: March 29th Estimated Best Viewing: April 5th to 14th *-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*-*- Located within 5 minutes walk from both JR and Toei Asakusabashi station, we are conveniently located in Asakusabashi, only minutes ride away from Akihabara, Ueno and Asakusa, where is still holding the spirit of old Edo. Anne Hostel is within easy walking distance of restaurants, convenience stores (7/11), money exchange, post office, liquor stores, Karaoke, bars and everything you need during your stay. Grocery store is only 1 min walk! +/+/+/ Best Location /+/+/+ 1 stop to Akihabara/Ryogoku(Kokugikan Sumo Hall) 2 stops to Asakusa 3 stops to Tokyo/Ueno/Suidobashi(Tokyo Dome for baseball games) Direct train to Narita & Haneda Airport, Shinjuku/Higashi-Ginza/Oshiage(Sky Tree) * If you are taking a bus from/to Shinjuku, Anne Hostel is the best option for you * 12mins to Tsukiji(Fish Market) 20mins to Roppongi/Akabane(Tokyo Tower) 25mins to Harajuku/Shibuya 30mins to Odaiba/Maihama(Tokyo Disney Land)/Mitaka(Ghibli Museum) You can easily do a day trip to Yokohama(40mins) or Kamakura(65mins). Anne Hostel has both western style bunk beds as well as Japanese style futon rooms, private and dormitory room. Individual reading light, power outlet and curtain are available. The female-only dormitory is perfect for female travelers to sleep and meet new friends in a relaxed and secure female-only environment. Also, we are a smoke-free hostel, smoking is only allowed outside of the entrance. Please notice that all 3-person rooms are Japanese style. We offer : -Free Breakfast Boiled Eggs, Toast with margarine and jam, Coffee, Green tea and English tea This brings everyone together! All you can eat from 7am to 10am -Free Internet Wifi is available in the Lounge and guest rooms Guest computers on each floors for free of charge -Free Coffee/Green tea/English tea -Free guidebooks and maps -Free luggage storage -Free individual lockers for your valuables -Free padlock (200yen deposit required) -Free soap, shampoo and conditioner -24hr security cameras -Laundry facilities -Air Conditioning in every room -Individual curtain, reading light, power socket and shelf -All bathroom with Japanese high-tech toilet known as Washlets -Lounge with a big screen TV (open 7am to 12 midnight) -DVDs and board games in lounge room -Guest kitchen (open 7am to 12 midnight) -Hot shower and tub for 24 hours -Hair dryer -Iron & Iron board upon request -Elevator available to all floors -Pay phone + international phone cards available at the reception ~ Yukata Rental Service is now available ~ Do you want to try Yukata? Yukata is a casual Japanese summer kimono, and Japanese people often wear it and go to a festival. There are always some festivals going on in Tokyo, so why don't you spend one of your days for visiting a festival in a beautiful Yukata? We show you how to wear it. Let's learn some Japanese traditions! Yukata rental (for women): 500yen = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = Check-in : 4PM-11PM (please give us a notice if you are arriving later than 11PM) Check-out : -11AM - - - Cancellation Policy - - - If you contact us with a cancel 48+ hours before checking (4pm Tokyo) = 0% charge 24-48 hours=50% charge 0-24 hours=100% charge (1 day) We currently only accept cash payment at check in. Guests under 10 years old may not stay in dormitory rooms. We accept group reservations with minimum stay of 2 nights by email. ( 2 nights for a smaller group, and at least 3 nights for a bigger group) Notice! If you are arriving at the airport late night, please make sure there still is a train as trains in Tokyo do not operate 24 hours. Check the website Hyperdia for your trains before making a reservation. Also, if you are leaving Japan with an early morning flight, bear in mind that the earliest time you can get to the airport is sometime around 6:30 for Narita, and 5:30 for Haneda by train. Hope you all have a great time in Tokyo!
From Narita Airport Take the Keisei Line to Aoto station. Then change to Toei Asakusa line to Asakusabashi station. It takes approximately 70-90 minutes. Notice! If you are coming early in the morning, the Keisei Sky Access Express train will take you straight to Asakusabashi station, without any transfers. For JR pass holders: You can catch a Narita Express to Tokyo station. Take a Yamanote line and change at Akihabara for Sobu line to Asakusabashi. From Haneda Airport Take a Keikyu line. Trains bound for Imba-Nihonidai/ Inzai-Makinohara/ Keisei-Takasago are direct trains to Asakusabashi station. If you catch any other Keikyu train, you need to transfer at Sengakuji station to Toei Asakusa line. It takes approximately 35-40 minutes. Direction from Asakusabashi Station From Toei Asakusabashi station (When you take Keisei Line from Narita Airport you will arrive here, not JR Asakusabashi Station) Take A6 exit, you will see 7ELEVEN in front of you. Go straight along the main street for 2 blocks, and turn right at a Chinese restaurant with a red sign. Turn left at the 2nd corner where you will see a building with a sign 'fukushima', then turn right at the first corner. You will see the sign of Anne Hostel on the left side of the street. From JR Asakusabashi station Take the East exit, go across the street in front of you FIRST and turn left. (High risk of getting lost if you don't go across the street here first!) Walk pass the 7eleven and go straight along the main street for 2 blocks. Turn right at a Chinese restaurant with red sign then turn left at the 2nd corner where you will see a building with a sign 'fukushima', then turn right at the first corner. You will see the sign of Anne Hostel on the left side of the street. Please check our website and print our the map and direction as it can be a bit tricky to get here without a map for the first time.