quite a spacious room. it seemed clean but there were bugs, I got some bad bites here. the facilities are basic, doors a bit rickety, upstairs one very tight squat toilet, only one shower for a whole house - very damp and mouldy. everything in the two kitchens was covered in grease. however, I didn't go to Kyoto to admire my hostel, only to sleep. convenient 5 mins from Matsugasaki subway station, many convenience stores and small restaurants on the main street. cheap for Kyoto, not as central as I would have liked but it was ok. old lady who runs it, I think would like everyone to follow rules exactly; this is probably necessary as the place was full and some residents were longterm. everyone got their own specific space for food in a fridge. there was supposed to be a rule of silence after 10 but the landlady started doing some very noisy DIY very late at night. free use of umbrellas and speedy wifi.
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- Green Peace offers both dormitory and private rooms. Minimum stay is 3 days. Dormitory, single private, double private. Coin washer. Free shared kitchen and bath facilities. Common area includes TV/VCR and coin internet. In room Internet for fee. ... more less
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