If you cannot check in before 21:00, please tell us.

We tell you how to get in our hostel and the way of payment with the vending machine.

 

Those who have paid the charge of your stay can go out early without the procedure of check out. In the case, we ask your kindness and quietness not to bother other guests in sleep.

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I cannot arrive before 21:00. I want to check out early morning.

If you cannot check in before 21:00, please tell us.

We tell you how to get in our hostel and the way of payment with the vending machine.

 

Those who have paid the charge of your stay can go out early without the procedure of check out. In the case, we ask your kindness and quietness not to bother other guests in sleep.

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When is check-in, check-out and lock-out time?

Our front desk opens from 8-11am, 16-21pm

 

  Check-In      :  16:00-21:00

  Check-Out   :  (8:00)-11:00

 

And our hostel is closed during 11:00-16:00 because of cleanup and maintenance.

 

  Lock-Out   :  11:00-16:00

 

During this time, we ask those who stay 2 or more days to go out.

You can leave your baggages except valuables.

About valuables, we can keep them during office time(untill 21:00)

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What is your cancellation policy?

We charge for cancellations of 

              --  No-show                     :  100% of total amount fee

              --  On the day of arrival    :  100% of total amount fee
              --  1 day before arrival     :   50% of total amount fee

We ask groups of more than 5 people, or those who stay more than 5 days,

to accept an addisional cancellation policy as

              -- 1-7 days before arrival    :   50% of total amount fee

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Do you accept credit cards?
Sorry but, we currently accept cash-on-arrival only.
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Are there any buses going near the hotel from Tokyo station or so on?

The guests can access by bus from the stations of Tokyo, Nippori Ueno, Akihabara.

 

・From Nippori Station

Line: 里22(Sato 22)  

   to 「亀戸駅前(Kameido station Mae)」 or 「南千住車庫前(Minamisenju shako Mae)」 

 takes about 20min,   get off at 「泪橋(Namidabashi)」 TimeTable

 

・From Tokyo Station

Line: 東42甲(Higashi 42 Kou)

   to 「南千住車庫前(Minamisenju shako Mae)

 takes about 45min, get off at 「泪橋(Namidabashi)」 Time table

 

・From Ueno Station

Line: 上46(Ue 46)

   to 「南千住駅東口(Minamisenju station East exit)」 or 「南千住車庫前(Minamisenju shako Mae)

 takes about 20min, get off at 「清川2丁目(kiyokawa 2 chome)」** Time table

 

・From Akihabara Station

Line: 東42乙(Higashi 42 Otu)

   to 「南千住車庫前(Minamisenju shako Mae)

 takes about 20min,   get off at 「泪橋(Namidabashi)」 TimeTable

 

 

**NOTE

From Ueno Station, you should get off at 「kiyokawa 2 chome」, different from others.

 

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When can I make a reservation?

We accept reservation 3 months in adavnce, you can also call us the day of arrival.

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Guest house

A guest house (also guesthouse) is a kind of lodging. In some parts of the world a guest house is similar to a hostel, bed and breakfast, or inn whereas in other parts of the world (such as for example the Caribbean), guest houses are a type of inexpensive hotel-like lodging. In still others, it is a private home which has been converted for the exclusive use of guest accommodation. The owner usually lives in an entirely separate area within the property and the guest house may serve as a form of lodging business.

In some areas of the world, guest houses are the only kind of accommodation available for visitors who have no local relatives to stay with. Among the features which distinguish a guest house from a hotel, bed and breakfast, or inn is the lack of a full-time staff.

Guest houses tend to be owner managed, due to their size, although in some countries, such as South Africa, guest houses can be very large mansions indeed. South Africa also has a specific rating system for accommodation establishments.[1]

Bed and breakfasts are usually family-owned, with the family living on the premises. Hotels maintain a staff presence 24 hours a day and 7 days a week, whereas a guest house has a more limited staff presence. Because of limited staff presence, check in at a guest house is often by appointment. An Inn also usually has a restaurant attached.

In Japan, tenants in a guest house have to pay a substantial damage deposit, and have to pay a cleaning fee when they leave.

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Flashpacking
A guest house (also guesthouse) is a kind of lodging. In some parts of the world a guest house is similar to a hostel, bed and breakfast, or inn whereas in other parts of the world (such as for example the Caribbean), guest houses are a type of inexpensive Flashpacking is a neologism used to refer to an affluent backpacker. Whereas backpacking is traditionally associated with budget travel and destinations that are relatively cheap, flashpacking has an association of more disposable income while traveling and has been defined simply as backpacking with a bigger budget.[16]

A simple definition of the term Flashpacker can be thought of as backpacking with flash, or style. One school of thought defines the flashpacker as a rapidly growing segment of travelers who adhere to a modest accommodation and meal budget, while spending freely, even excessively, for activities at their chosen destination. Another school of thought defines flashpacking as an incongruous mix of 'slumming it' and luxury; of adventurous travel with those on a budget by day and sedate dining and comfortable accommodation by night.[17] Flashpackers have been further defined as tech-savvy adventurers who often prefer to travel with a cell phone, digital camera, mp3 player and a laptop,[18] although none of these is required in order to be a flashpacker. As with other forms of travel, the term flashpacker is mainly one of self-identification. The origin of the term itself is obscure.

The term also reflects a growing demographic of travelers who are forsaking traditional organized travel, venturing to destinations once the reserve of more adventurous backpackers, and the increasing number of individuals who leave well paid jobs or take career breaks, using the time to travel independently, but with greater comfort and many of the gadgets they are accustomed to at home. As a result, hostels are evolving and offering more up-market accommodation and facilities to those still traveling on a budget[19] in order to obtain their business. Hostels have realized a need to evolve in order to meet the changing demands of travelers.
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Backpacking

This article is about low-cost travel with minimal luggage and frugal accommodations. For other uses, see Backpacking.
Two Danish backpackers in front of the Vienna State Opera in July 2005
A large internal frame backpack

Backpacking is a term that has historically been used to denote a form of low-cost, independent international travel. Terms such as independent travel and/or budget travel are often used interchangeably with backpacking. The factors that traditionally differentiate backpacking from other forms of tourism include but are not limited to the following: use of public transport as a means of travel, preference of youth hostels to traditional hotels, length of the trip vs. conventional vacations, use of a backpack, an interest in meeting the locals as well as seeing the sights.

The definition of a backpacker has evolved as travelers from different cultures and regions participate and will continue to do so, preventing an air-tight definition. Recent research has found that, "...backpackers constituted a heterogeneous group with respect to the diversity of rationales and meanings attached to their travel experiences. ...They also displayed a common commitment to a non-institutionalised form of travel, which was central to their self-identification as backpackers."[1] Backpacking as a lifestyle and as a business has grown considerably in the 2000s[2] as the commonplace of low-cost airlines,[3] hostels or budget accommodation in many parts of the world, and digital communication and resources make planning, executing, and continuing a long-term backpacking trip easier than ever before.

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