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
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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
 

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Kids Hall, Meiji Shrine, Kid's Square

A travel blog entry by wranovics on Jan 08, 2013

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... of a few stores and things around the neighborhood, such as where the closest grocery stores are, the drug stores, a few restaurants, and on the map, there was a place called Kids and Teens Hall listed as a "playground". One early morning, I decided to find this place and so Nadia and I set out exploring. It turned out to be an elementary school turned public activity center for kids and teens, where the various classrooms on ...

We-date-nesday

A travel blog entry by elineriksson on Jul 11, 2012

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... from the 80s, no one was really anticipating it. The movie turned out really good. So good I cried. The name was "Always" and it was about a 30-years-post WWII neighborhood in Tokyo. It was really beautiful and thats why I cried. Didn't get to see the end of it though, there were some troubles with the subtitles and it took some time to fix it and Louise had to go meet Yuichi. So she, Agnes and me left to go meet him. ...

Masters in the forrest with a nun and rabbits

A travel blog entry by meclayt on Dec 30, 2011

... my favorite.

We jingled our bells and a rabbit rushed over. We ordered a few drinks and a dessert and continued to sit in silence trying to absorb everything around us. In the back of the room, there was a wall with a large glass window where you could watch the rabbits prepare the food in the kitchen. When the rabbit brought us our drinks, she let us know that the drink Cathy ordered was named after her and she prepared it for Cathy. Very special. While we were there, ...

Tokyo, wow!

A travel blog entry by nacrobat on May 23, 2011

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... Really stunning views of Tokyo and supposedly sometimes, Mount Fuji, but even though it was sunny when we went, there was too much haze so we couldn't see Fiji-san.

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