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 Kyoto, Japan - At the Guest House kyoto, you will find the perfect combination of urban convenience and secluded relaxation in the ancient capital of Japan.
Youth Hostels Kanazawa, Japan - Kikunoya is a Ryokan which word means traditional Japanese style Bed and Breakfast in the centre of Kanaz
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 Kobe, Japan - Welcome to Capsule Hotel Kobe Sannomiya!
Renewal opened Capsule Hotel (for male) on April 2008, located
Youth Hostels Kanazawa, Japan - Facility
- Air condition in all rooms
- Shower (There are several Public bath near by guesthouse
Youth Hostels Okinawa, Japan - Guest House CAMCAM OKINAWA is the most centrally located of Naha city, just off Kokusai Dori, where you can find a big public market,
Youth Hostels Okinawa, Japan - About 15 minutes drive from the Naha Airport, Hotel Taira is conveniently located in the heart of Naha's largest entertainment district.
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 Nara, Japan - Would you like to stay in a traditional Japanese style room but don't want to stay in an expensive Ryokan?
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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