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 - Next to Asakusa metro station, near Senso-ji temple, with free Wi-Fi & PCs, rooftop riverside views and more!
Youth Hostels Nara, Japan - Our guesthouse is a new type hostel with an atmosphere both European and American guesthouse and Japanese Ryokan.
Youth Hostels Nagoya, Japan - Public baths are available all-night. We also have a beautiful Japanese garden. However, the prices are inexpensive!
Youth Hostels Tokyo, Japan - The complex, which was opened in 1978, contains the Sunshine 60 building with an observatory (observation deck) located at the top, the Ancient Orient Museum, an aquarium, and a planetarium.
Youth Hostels Kyoto, Japan - Opened in Janurary 2006, Chita Guest Inn is a friendly, convenient Japanese style inn close to major.....
Youth Hostels Nikko, Japan - Minshuku Rindo-no-ie is a comfortable, reasonably priced, Japanese style inn close to the historic and beautiful Nikko National Park
Youth Hostels Mount Fuji, Japan - Kawaguchiko Station Inn is one of the most affordable and comfortable 2 star hotels in the Lake Kawaguchiko area. With beautiful views of the majestic Mount Fuji...
Youth Hostels Kumamoto Pref Volcano Aso, Japan - ASO is located in the centre of Kyushu island and we are located only 2minuts easy walk from JR.ASO station which is the gateway station to the active volcanic mountain, Mt.ASO.
Youth Hostels Nara, Japan - Yuzan Guest House is a cheap inn renovated an 80 year-old.
Youth Hostels Nara, Japan - Would you like to stay in a traditional Japanese style room but don't want to stay in an expensive Ryokan?
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