Asakusa Smile Map
Hostel | Sumidaku, Higashikomagata, 2-20-10 Tokyo, Japan 130-0005
126 out of 164 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (09/03/2015)
ralph babet thinks…
"This is a cheap hostel and you get what you pay for. For me and my friends it was fine. Good access to the train station which was around 5 mins walk away from the hostel. Kitchen could use more…"Read all Asakusa Smile reviews
- Air Conditioning
- No curfew
- Lounge area
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour hot showers
- Towel USD 0.83
- Luggage Room
Cancellation rules 2 days or more before reservation - should to pay 0% 1 day before reservation - should to pay 50% The day of reservation - should to pay 100%
Group of 15 or more traveling to Tokyo?Contact us directly
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GPS-enabled map and directions
Take exit 4. Walk straight and cross the bridge. Go diagonally right (CAUTION: Do not turn sharp right!) Keep going straight, past one traffic light. After 1 short block, you should be able to see us on the right.
From Asakusa Station (Asakusa Line):
Take exit A4. Turn right and walk to the end of the street. Turn right again and keep going straight and cross the bridge. Go diagonally right (CAUTION: Do not turn sharp right!) Keep going straight, past one traffic light. After 1 short block, you should be able to see us on the right.
From Honjo Azumabashi Station (Asakusa Line):
Take exit A1. Go straight, pass one traffic light. At the next traffic light there should be a pedestrian bridge. Turn left there. After 1 short block, you should be able to see us on the right.
Tokyo Metro Ginza line, or just the Ginza line goes between Shibuya and Asakusa. It stops at major stations such as Ginza (where you can take the Tokyo Metro Hibiya line to Roppongi), Ueno and Shimbashi where there is access to the JR Yamanote line.
Toei Asakusa line, or simply the Asakusa line goes between Oshiage and Nishi-Magome. It connects to the Keisei line Limited Express at Asakusabashi and Oshiage. This express takes you straight to and from Narita Airport. Other stops on the Asakusa line are Gotanda and Shimbashi which are also stops for the JR Yamanote line.
If you feel insecure about finding us feel free to call us anytime. Our staff speaks English and are here to answer the phone between 9 am and 12 am.