A brand new “Oak hostel Fuji” 2016.04.01
Oak hostel is a dormitry style short term accommodation. There are 3 Oak hostels in Tokyo, and they're starting a new one in Asakusa in April, 2016. Oak hostel Fuji is the name of this new one. This place might come in handy if you need a cheap short-term stay in Tokyo.
Oakhouse gave me a chance to stay in March 25th, during its two-days-long open trial stay for Oakhouse residents.
There's a common space and kitchen on the first floor. My room was on the 3rd floor. The sleeping cabin is small but the walls are thick and concrete.
Stay for a night is around 3000 yen. I'd say it's good for the price. 3000 yen is a minimum pricing for a hostel. You cannot find any other hostel cheaper than this, unless it's a capsule hotel or manga cafe.
If you live in a Oakhouse, it's OK to let your friend stay in your room for two nights a month. Free of extra charge.
Moving in with a roommate is pretty common too. There are currently two couples who are sharing a room in our house, Oakhouse Kichijoji 2. You just need to pay 10,000 yen on top of the monthly rent per person.
The detail info of the Oak hostel Fuji is below.
Address: Tokyo, Sumida ward, Higashi-Komagata 2-13-3 （東京都墨田区東駒形2-13-3）
Access: Tokyo metro / Toei / Tobu lines, Asakusa station - 6-minute walk
Room types: Men and women's dormitory - 56 beds
Women only dormitory - 36 beds
Family room (for up to 5 people) - 1 room
Phone：03-6658-8864 （Weekday 10:00～17:00）
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