Check-in 11:00~21:00 / Check-out 10:00

  3 min. on foot from Hikifune Station & Keisei Hikifune Station

 2-31-13 Higashimukojima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0032   Japan

Rooms & Rates

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Hikifune Lodge is a family-run hostel in the traditional district Hikifune of Tokyo opened in June 2016.

We offer unique and comfortable stay at a reasonable price with warm hospitality. You will feel at home as if you were with your Japanese 'mom'.

Service & Facility

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Small hostel in the traditional district Tokyo Skytree (10 min. on foot)

Asakusa (10 min. by train)

Three-minute walk from Keisei Hikifune Station (West Exit).

Three-minute walk from Tobu Skytree line Hikifune Station (East Exit).

Access

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Hikifune Lodge is a family-run hostel in the traditional district Hikifune of Tokyo opened in June 2016.

We offer unique and comfortable stay at a reasonable price with warm hospitality. You will feel at home as if you were with your Japanese 'mom'.

Activities

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Experience the Japanese culture at the Hikifune Lodge

We offer a variety of both free and fee-charging activities that give you a first-hand experience of the Japanese culture, such as workshops by specialists (kimono wearing, tea ceremony Japanese calligraphy etc.) 

Sourvenir

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Experience the Japanese culture at the Hikifune Lodge

We offer a variety of both free and fee-charging activities that give you a first-hand experience of the Japanese culture, such as workshops by specialists (kimono wearing, tea ceremony Japanese calligraphy etc.) 

Kimono Wearing

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Experience the Japanese culture at the Hikifune Lodge

We offer a variety of both free and fee-charging activities that give you a first-hand experience of the Japanese culture, such as workshops by specialists (kimono wearing, tea ceremony Japanese calligraphy etc.) 

Hostal Reposo Hikifune  Lodge

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Kazuko, the owner and operator, previously had many wonderful experiences hosting students and travelers from many countries in her Japanese home.

She loved talking with them and helping them experience the daily life of a Japanese family.

In 2015 she decided to renovate her two-story house and turn it into a small hostel with a family atmosphere.

It is as if you are staying in an typical Japanese house.

 

One year later, the hostel opened its doors to the first guests.

 

Kazuko with her daughters and friends, will provide you with a warm and unique stay.

You will not feel that you are in a hostel, but that you are a member of the family.

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