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Very nice place. Clean and comfortable. Staff are really nice and kind. They even gave us free apples when we arrived (because we arrived really late at night and all the restaurants in the area were already closed and we hadn't had dinner yet.) The...More
Really friendly and helpful staff that organise parties most nights. The rooms are relatively spacious for Japan though bizarrely laid out. The best thing about the hostel is the location, Fukushima was definitely our favourite area of Osaka and is a great place for cheap...More
Very close to the fokushima station and just 15min to walk to osaka station. The crew is very friendly and will help you to see the tourist staff around osaka/kjoto. Don't miss to party hard with mister yano (he speaks very good english after a...More
I only booked my stay in J-Hoppers 2 nights, thinking I'll be moving out since I planned that I'll be spending some nights in Kyoto, Nara, and other prefectures. But to my surprise, most guesthouses were booked that time since it was peak season (went...More
Fun activities Organised by the hostel.
Toilets are clean.
Near to the train station.
Lots of food nearby.
7 eleven less than a minute walk away.
Overall a decent hostel with dinners and takoyaki making session Organised by the the hostel!
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USD 23 - USD 109 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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!!!