"Affordable and comfortable hostel"
K's House Tokyo Oasis is a very nice hostel to stay in. The room that we took was the twin ensuit room and it gives us enough space for our luggage and a small sitting area. The staff there is really helpful and friendly. Definitely will stay here again if I ever come back to Tokyo.Genuine Expedia guest review
很不错Genuine Hotels.com guest review
"Good place to stay"
Good place to stay. Nice hotel, very friendly. Was there only one night.Genuine Expedia guest review
We spent five days and four nights in this hostel and it was very difficult to say goodbye. The staff is really kind and have lots of patience, the hostel is clean and has everything you could need and the location is one of the best in Tokyo. Next time I will repeat for sure.
"Great experience all the way!"
02/12/15 AAD88 Montreal, Canada
Stayed at K's House for a few nights and we loved it! Location is great, close the Asakusa (Tsukuba Express) which was EXTREMELY useful. Awesome staff, very clean rooms. Would go back anytime and highly recommend this hostel.
"Best hostels ever"
01/28/15 TripMember112420141 Brisbane
I've stayed in several K's Houses throughout Japan and they never fail to deliver. The staff all speak good English and are really helpful. The hostels are always spotless, and the toilets and showers are nice and warm which is just what you want after a cold day trudging around sightseeing. Wifi is fast, kitchens are well equipped and there's always good company to be had in the common areas. Tokyo Oasis has a kotatsu and TV downstairs which are ridiculously hard to pull yourself away from. All bunks have their own power and lamp as well. There's absolutely nothing else you can want.
"Japanese-style room with western luxuries"
01/20/15 Dtkw Singapore River, Singapore
The hostel is very thoughtful, giving its guests clear directions of how to get there, as well as a self-made map of the key locations, as well as good and cheap eateries near the hostel. Its location is definitely a plus as it is close to the metro station, key sights in Asakusa, and a mega supermart that sells everything you may need. I've booked a twin bunk bed room with ensuite, when I entered the room, I was really pleasantly surprised. Beyond the comforts of a clean room and comfy bed, there was a mini tub in the bathroom (towel, shampoo, condition and body wash provided), a TV and a tatami sofa. Big thumbs-up.
"Good bed, good location, great staff"
01/07/15 Arlo P Deventer, The Netherlands
Tokyo, you have loads of places to choose from, there are loads of good places. We happened to choose this one and it is a good place to lay your head down and rest. The price is good related to what you receive. Why? Well lets walk through the most important points: Location - It is based in the Asakusa neighbourhood, this means walking distance to senso-ji temple. Around, there are many bars, restaurants, shops (a big supermarket can be found at a distance of five minutes walking) and pachinko. In the evening there are still fun things to do in the near area. Yes, the restaurants and bars are open and yes, you can visit senso-ji at night with lights on. The walk to the subway is quite long (if you go for JR), a different company has a subway station closer by. Wherever you stay in Tokyo, at one point in time you will have to hop in the subway to see it all, as it is so huge. If you stay in Asakusa, downtown or Shinjuku, there is travel involved. The room - The room is somewhat small but clean. the bed was one of the best during our four week over Japan. You have an ensuite small bathroom, which is not common for this price level in Japan. The nights are quiet and calm, at least from our room, we never had any problem sleeping, especially after walking 15 kilometers during the day through Tokyo. Oh yeah, like in all places in Japan, check in is relatively late (4 pm). Staff - Staff are friendly, speak English and will help where they can. All in all the atmosphere is great as was witnessed by the five year celebration of Oasis followed by a Halloween party and bingo. Nice touch to celebrate this with the guests, staff and neighborhood friends. With check in: they sped up cleaning our room so we could check in earlier.
12/18/14 Jayvee B Sydney
I chose this hostel based on the great reviews here and I was not let down. - The staff are so welcoming, friendly and helpful. - It is so clean because they clean the hostel top to bottom everyday. - It's located right near the shrine and it's only a short walk to Asakusa station. - The hostel is surrounded by plenty of great places to eat. - The common room was a great place to chill and meet new people. The kotatsu is also so addictive especially during winter. - I stayed in the 5 person mixed dorm and there was plenty of storage space for everyone. You will need to take the narrow stairs to this dorm room as the elevator doesn't reach it. So if you brought a huge suitcase like I did, you might struggle a bit (well I did anyway!) Overall, I had a very enjoyable time here and will definitely be staying here on my next trip. Arigato gozaimasu!
"K's house making hostels feel like luxury"
12/16/14 WillBurnett London, United Kingdom
This is the second K's house I stayed at on this trip, and just like the one in Takayama. the quality of build, equipment, and decor feels like a good guesthouse and way above a typical "hostel". The location, next to Asakusa, is nicely placed for a number of local sights (the amazing nearby shrine is a highlight) and transport around the city. Tokyo is so large that there is no one place you could stay that is well suited to all of it, but I could easily travel around, and then return to this more relaxed neighbourhood at the end of the night. Lovely place, lovely staff. Oh, and really lovely heated table in the lounge. :)
"Small, friendly hostel in a charming area of Tokyo"
12/02/14 Marmite20 Manchester, United Kingdom
We wanted to stay in the Asakusa area of Tokyo because it was cheaper than areas in West Tokyo and still retained the 'old Edo' vibe we were looking for. We chose K's House Oasis based on the Tripadvisor reviews and value for money overall. I stayed here with my partner in a double ensuite room for 5 nights (average cost p/n was around 10443 JPY). Although I had consulted the website map/guidance on how to get there prior to landing in Tokyo, I had failed to print the instructions off, so had a bit of difficulty finding the place once in Asakusa. We rang the hostel and the friendly receptionist was able to give us helpful directions. The easiest landmark to look out for near the hotel is the large 'Asakusa View Hotel,' which is just around the corner. You can take two subway lines from the Asakusa subway station, the Ginza Line and the Asakusa Line (for the Yamanote line: take the Ginza line to Ueno, which might be helpful to JR pass holders). Asakusa station is about a 15 minute walk, which is quite pleasant if you cut through the Sensō-ji temple area everyday like we did. The staff were very friendly and warm and had a genuine interest in your travel plans. On checking in we received a handy map of the area with some great restaurant suggestions (check out the Asakusa Okonomiyaki Sometaro!) There's also a great selection of leaflets and free use of travel guides near reception too. We were very grateful to the staff for providing us with information on local Takuhaibin (luggage forwarding) services, so we could forward our luggage from local Family-Mart to our next hotel in Kyoto with ease. The room itself was cleaned to a very high standard (and can be cleaned during the duration of your stay on request). I heard Toyko hotel rooms tend to be on the small side, but our double room was larger than expected and had a proper double bed (not semi-double) that wasn't overly firm. We slept well! On the whole I was very pleased with my stay at this hostel and loved Asakusa as an area.
"Great place to stay!"
11/19/14 Reyna515 Tokyo Prefecture, Japan
Stayed here over night in a dormitory. All the facilities are incredibly clean and well maintained. It has a nice and cozy atmosphere and staff was very friendly. They taught me some good places to eat and to hang out around Asakusa and always willing to talk about anything. I stayed in a dorm, but people staying here are all nice and calm and aware of rules, so I didn't have any problem sharing a room with them.
"K'S House Tokyo Oasis"
11/18/14 MARCIA1965 Brasília
Excellent hostel. The staff is very friendly and the rooms are very clean and comfortable. The kitchen is well equiped and it is possible to cook meals there. The location is excellent, very near the Asakusa Temple, and close to restaurants and to the metro. I strongly recommend this hostel.
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