Khaosan Tokyo Smile

Address: 2-2-6 Higashikomagata, Sumida, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 130-0005, Japan | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Sumida, is near Asakusa Shrine, Asakusa, Akihabara, and Edo-Tokyo Museum.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKhaosan Tokyo Smile Sumida

Reviewed by chanel.robinson

Very clean hostel that has a supermarket 1 min away. A bit of a walk from the closest subway line. Hostel is well eqiped for long stay visitors were there are 4 rooms by floor with one bathroom on each floor.

Reviewed Jun 13, 2013
by (2 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

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Reviewed by jhiscocks

Last resort

Reviewed May 26, 2010
by (23 reviews) Toronto , Canada Flag of Canada

Room was exceedingly small (~ 4 tatami mats including space under bunkbeds), with no space to store bags and about 6" clearance under the bed. There was no place to pass each other inside the room. Bathroom smelled and was apparently cleaned by someone who got a discount on their stay for it, so not much motive to do a good job.

Room was on the 2nd floor, with a run down kitchen, shower / toilet (shared between ~ 10 people). Registration was in another building. Free computer.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Khaosan Tokyo Smile Sumida

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Sumida

Land of Crazy

A travel blog entry by katfu on Nov 11, 2013

21 photos

... a bag around her neck and internally squealed in delight - then turned to the other side and saw a man and child also wearing the same bags around their necks. Dinner at my local haunt - Yakitori and big beer.

Day 4: Omotesdando Hills, Harajuku, Shinjuku, Rippongi Hills.

Accidentally found the Harajuku lanes and alleyways full of all the insane fashions the area is famous for while searching for an SD card for my camera (which ...

Parks and Intersection

A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 14, 2013

4 photos

... differences between Japan and America. I was happy to meet up with locals who understood the quirks of my college. I couldn’t help mentioning my fascination with respect and cleanliness here. We walked and walked. Kaori showed us the way to Yoyogi Park, an enormous sanctuary just 10 minutes from Shibuya’s organized chaos. On Sundays this place apparently hosts youth who dress in showy, creative outfits and pose for pictures. During our walk, I asked my ...

Kids Hall, Meiji Shrine, Kid's Square

A travel blog entry by wranovics on Jan 08, 2013

18 photos

... while the girl responded happily in Japanese, and somehow they fully understood each other and played well together. The highlight for me was two-fold: 1) it gives me something to do with Nadia in the mornings to let her expend her energy before we start doing boring adult things like sightseeing later in the day; and 2) it's FREE!


Later that day, we went to visit Meiji Shrine, one of the most ...


A travel blog entry by elineriksson on Jul 11, 2012

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... the movie. Since I had missed so much in the middle of the movie I didn't want to watch the ending (rather watch the whole thing at home), so I sat outside with the leaders, chillin'. After the movie ended we were going to play games. I absolutely refused. Watched while I waited for other people to finish the games. Then we did some kind of STS shuffle. I actually did participate but I believe I failed ...