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All reviewsfukushima stationprivate roomshower room and toiletfavourite hostelcommunal areasno liftfree tea and coffeeprivacy curtainsrooms are cleanrapid serviceless than a minute walkjr loop linestayed here for one nightvery pleasant staydirect trainenjoyed my staykansai airport
With the exception of not having a lift (I mean, it's a 5-storey building with a basement), this is one of the best hostels I've stayed at!
The location is very convenient. It's easy to find and is very close to Fukushima Station within the...More
This is an amazing hostel! I would say, for the most part, the amenities of the hotel are very basic. But they provide a lot of extras in social events! Takoyaki excursions, Neighborhood walks, and Okonomiyaki parties!
Close to transit and the 7-Eleven is right...More
Japanese hostels always seem to impress me and J-Hoppers was no exception. They may just be my favourite hostel group in Japan. Our stay in Osaka was fantastic. The staff are amazing, there are tips for Osaka everywhere you look, the restaurants in the area...More
We arrived in Osaka and booked in at Jhoppers. The staff are friendly, everything is really clean including the showers and bathrooms ( I'm a germaphobe!). The common area is small but they have cooking facilities and a luggage room. It's a great place if...More
We booked a double room with shared bathroom for this hotel for 2 nights and was very pleased with it. Perfect for what we needed with a clean room and great location. We were lucky enough to be there in a Friday night which is...More
Hello! Safety is not a problem in Japan at all, at least based on my experience. :) If I'm not mistaken, the last trip for Kanku Kaisoku (the rapid train service to Fukushima station in Osaka) is around 11pm, so I don't... More
Hello! Safety is not a problem in Japan at all, at least based on my experience. :) If I'm not mistaken, the last trip for Kanku Kaisoku (the rapid train service to Fukushima station in Osaka) is around 11pm, so I don't think that's an option for you. There are airport limousines (basically they're buses), but I'm not sure what time the last one departs. You can always take a cab, though of course that will be very expensive. What I did was I spent the night at the airport and took the first train to Osaka the next day. You can sleep at the second floor (near Lawson convenience store) and the information office even provides blankets! Enjoy Osaka!!!