::ACCOMMODATION:: NOT JUST A HOSTEL BUT A HOME – KAISU HOSTEL BAR & TABLE

There are few things I choose a accommodation when traveling around the world. Such as location, budget, cleanliness etc. But among that, the most important condition is belongingness. We start a journey from home and end it at home. Also, we all looking for the familiarity while traveling. Kaisu hostel, which is a refurbished traditional Japanese restaurant with performing geishas that totally bring the feeling that I’m looking for. Let’s take a look of it, shall we?

The closest subway station is Aasakasa station. It takes about 15 mins on foot to Kaisu hostel.

TBS (Tokyo Broadcasting System Television, Inc.)

The path to TBS.

This is it! Kaisu hostel is at the end of this lane.

TA-DAAAA

Front door (Closed at 22 P.M.)

Smoking area

Common space/Lobby

Common space

“BAR&TABLE is located on the first floor of Kaisu, with a large communal table, where people drink, eat and meet. Carefully picked from local farmer’s market, freshest vegetable and fruits are neatly prepared.” – http://kaisu.jp/bar/

Hours 

Weekday: 10 am – 23 pm (22:30 LO)
Weekend:13 pm – 23 pm (22:30 LO)

No shoes allowed in the bedroom.

Corridor

SHARED 14

Complimentary Wi-Fi
Air-Conditioned
Complimentary Breakfast
Individual outlets And Reading Lights
lcoker

Shower room

Rear door. For those customers who go back to the hostel after 22 p.m.

 

KAISU HOSTEL BAR & TABLE

  • E-mail: info.akasaka@kaisu.jp
  • Tel/Fax: 03-5797-7711
  • Address:東京都港区赤坂6丁目13-5
    6-13-5 Akasaka, Minato-ku
    Tokyo, Japan
  • Web: Kaisu Hostel
  • Room type:  SHARED 6/SHARED 14/SHARED 10/PRIVATE TATAMI


    RATING (OVERALL ♦♦♦♦)

  • Value for Money ♦♦♦♦
  • Location ♦♦♦♦
  • Staff Performance ♦♦♦♦◊
  • Hotel Condition/Cleanliness ♦♦♦♦
  • Room Comfort/Standard ♦♦♦♦
  • Food/Dining  N/A

ACCESS

9-minute walk from Akasaka Station (Chiyoda Line)
50 min from Haneda Airport International Terminal Station to Akasaka Station

 

-KAISU Q & A-

Q : What time is check-in?
A : 15 pm. If you like to leave your luggages before check-in, we can keep them for you on the check-in day.
Q : What time is check-out?
A : 11 am.
Q : Do you open 24 hours?
A : Our reception desk is open till 22 pm. Bar & Table is open till 23:00 pm.
Q : Is it possible to check-in after 22 pm?
A : We understand sometimes your flights are delayed. We can assist you easier if everything is paid prior to your arrival. If your arrival be later than 22 pm, please make your reservation through here.
Q : How old do I have to be to book?
A : Must be 18 or older to book rooms under Japanese law. 16 or older can stay with parental consent. 12 or older can stay with parent if the entire room is booked.
Q : Do you serve breakfast?
A : Yes, we server complimentary breakfast between 8 – 10 am at Bar & Table located on the first floor of Kaisu.
Q : Do you have Wi-fi?
A : Yes and yes. We have complimentary wi-fi everywhere in the facility.
Q : Do you have laundry service?
A : There are two laundromat within 20 seconds from Kaisu. (outside of our facility)
Q : What’s your cancellation policy?
A : To avoid cancelation fee, reservation must be cancelled 2 days prior to arrival. Cancellations made after this time will result in a charge for the first night’s stay to the card provided. No show will result in a charge for up to three night’s stay to the card provided.
Q : How do I get to Kaisu from Narita Airport?
A : There are a few ways to get here. Fastest way is to take JR NEX from Narita to Tokyo Station. Walk to Nijyubashimae on Chiyoda Line. Get off at Akasaka and walk 3 min to Kai.  (approx. 3,500 yen) Cheapest way is to take the Access Narita bus orKeisei bus to Tokyo Station. Walk to Nijyubashimae on Chiyoda LIne. Get off at Akasaka station and walk 3 min to Kai. (approx. 1,500 yen)
Q : Do you rent bike?
A :Yes we do! We have electric bicycles for rent. One day pass is 2,160yen available at the front desk.

-via http://kaisu.jp

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