Find a hostel in Japan and save money on discount lodging. Hosteling in Japan offers a different travel experience than staying at traditional accommodations. Youth hostels allow you to meet new people and learn from other international and worldly travelers. Most hostels are conveniently located in the center of the action close to public transportation, including buses and rails. Staying at a hostel in Japan is a great option whether you are backpacking or traveling on a budget . Browse our hostels and plan your Japan vacation today!
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Youth Hostels Tokyo, Japan - Please Join us at Asakusa Smile! We are located in beautiful Asakusa. We are only minutes away from the poplular tourist attractions considered to be traditional Tokyo.
Youth Hostels Nagano (Hakuba), Japan - Backpackers Hostel K's House Hakuba Alps opened in Jan 2006 is located in Hakuba village, Nagano-pref, only 9min walk from JR Kamishiro station on Oito line
Youth Hostels Kyoto, Japan - We offer various accommodation including dormitory beds, single rooms and twin rooms.
Youth Hostels Tokyo, Japan - In the heart of Tokyo, enjoy an inexpensive, cozy and convenient stay in Toukaisou Ryokan.
Youth Hostels Osaka, Japan - Now many people recognize that Nishinari in Osaka City is the area where you can find many cheap hotels.
Youth Hostels Kanazawa, Japan - Hotel Hinodeya, a Ryokan Hotel in Kanazawa, is located just one minute walk from JR Kanazawa Station, and
Youth Hostels Nagoya, Japan - Our hotel is a casul hotel with individual air conditioning in each room and 7 shower booths on the first basement, sufficient for guests who just take shower and sleep.
Youth Hostels Kyoto, Japan - Backpackers Hostel K's House Kyoto opened Nov 2003 is located in central Kyoto, only 9 minutes walk from JR Kyoto Station.
Youth Hostels Osaka, Japan - Without a transfer to Kansai International Airport. Next to JR Nankai Shin-imamiya stn. by west exit. Complete with observation Large bath ( men's section ) overlooking Tsutenkaku.
Youth Hostels Nara, Japan - As it used to be the final point of the Silk Road, Nara is the origin of Japanese culture.
The original scenery still remains in Yamato, where time passes slowly.
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