K’s House Tokyo Oasis is a friendly and social guesthouse with both shared and common rooms. It’s right in the Asakusa sightseeing district.
If you want to meet other travelers, the best way to do it is to stay at a guesthouse. This itineration of the K’s House chain is a good one. There are a variety of rooms to choose from, including decent private rooms, family rooms and dorm rooms with bunk beds.
The real plus point of this hostel is the socializing area downstairs. If you’re traveling alone, this can be great. You’ll have no problem meeting people and sharing information and experiences.
Of course, being a hostel, it’s noisier than a hotel and if there’s a party crew staying while you’re there, you’re going to hear them.
Keep in mind that there are plenty of hotels in Asakusa and other parts of the city where you can get private rooms for even cheaper than those here, so if you just want a cheap place to stay, you will do better elsewhere. But, if you want to meet other travelers, this is a great place!
K's House Tokyo Oasis
2-14-10 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0032
Train: 3-minute walk from the A1 exit of Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express line.
Subway: 9-minute walk from exit 3 of Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza line.
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