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This guesthouse is not just any guesthouse. It went back to 9 years when Makoto San decided to open a guesthouse after he travelled to Nepal and called it Namaste. Makoto san is well travelled and enjoy meeting people from all over the world. He's...More
I stayed here recently with my boyfriend for one night and it was fabulous. The room was comfortable (a little cold at night but there is a heater in the room), everything was really clean, the house was cosy and our hosts were really helpful....More
We are a family of 5 so looking for suitable, and moderately priced accommodation for a family of our size in Japan was going to be a challenge. We wanted to spend 7 days in Kanazawa so we wanted somewhere affordable, centrally located and not...More
This was a lovely hostel with a very homey feel. Our host was kind and helpful with sightseeing suggestions. He also spoke very good English, which was a rare find in Japan. I recommend Guesthouse Namaste. Some reviews mention that Guesthouse Namaste only has one...More
We haven't stayed in any guesthouse in Japan for a long time. This is because the rate for 2 people is higher than staying in a hotel.
After surfing the net, we found this guesthouse was cheaper than hotel and the location + comments were...More
USD 38 - USD 63 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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