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IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan

2-star2 stars
5-13 Nihonbashi YokoyamachoChuo, TokyoTokyo103-0003Japan

City-center hostel within easy reach of Sensoji Temple
  • Free WiFi
  • Collect nightsFor every 10 nights, get 1 free*!
Very Good8.2
Tasty breakfast
Great location
Great room
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IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan

  • Shared/ Mixed Dormitory (Bunk Bed)
  • Women Only Dormitory (Bunk Bed)
  • Shared/Mixed Dormitory (Semi-Double Bed)
  • Shared / Mixed Dormitory (Bunk Bed)
  • Shared Dormitory, Women only(Bunk Bed)
  • Shared Dormitory, Mixed Dorm (2 Semi-Double Beds)

At a glance

Key facts

Hotel size

  • This hotel has 4 rooms
  • This hotel is arranged over 7 floors


  • Check-in time 4 PM-10 PM
  • Check-out time is 11 AM
The front desk is open daily from 7 AM - 11 PM
If you are planning to arrive after 10 PM please contact the property in advance using the information on the booking confirmation.

Required at check in

  • Cash deposit required

  • Government-issued photo ID required

  • Minimum check-in age is 16

Travelling with others


  • Children (11 years old and younger) not allowed

  • No cribs (infant beds)


  • Pets not allowed


  • Free WiFi in public areas

  • Free WiFi in rooms



  • No parking

Other information

  • Smoke-free property
* See small print for additional details or extra charges

In the hotel

Food and drink
  • Coffee/tea in a common area
  • Microwave in a common area
  • Front desk (limited hours)
  • Laundry facilities
  • Luggage storage
  • Number of buildings/towers -

In the room

Home comforts
  • Air conditioning
Freshen up
  • Shower only
  • Bidet
  • Hair dryer (on request)
Stay connected
  • Desk
  • Free WiFi
Food and drink
  • Refrigerator (on request)
  • Microwave (on request)
  • Stovetop
  • Cookware, dishware, and utensils
  • Shared accommodations

IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan’s small print

Also known as

  • IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel Kitchen
  • IRORI Hostel Kitchen
  • IRORI Nihonbashi Kitchen
  • IRORI Kitchen
  • Irori Nihonbashi Hostel And Kitchen Tokyo, Japan


The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare requires all international visitors to submit their passport number and nationality when registering at any lodging facility (inns, hotels, motels, etc. ). Additionally, lodging proprietors are required to photocopy passports for all registering guests and keep the photocopy on file.

Mandatory fees

You’ll be asked to pay the following charges at check in or check out:

  • A city tax will be collected at the property effective January 1, 2017. The city tax ranges from JPY 100-300 per person, per night based on the nightly room rate. The tax does not apply to nightly rates under JPY 10,000. Please note that further exemptions may apply. For more details, please contact the property using the information on the reservation confirmation received after booking.

Optional extras

We have included all charges provided to us by this property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the unit you book.

What’s around IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan


  • In Chuo
  • Sensoji Temple - 35 min walk
  • Tokyo Imperial Palace - 40 min walk
  • Akihabara Electric Town - 17 min walk
  • Edo-Tokyo Museum - 19 min walk
  • Ueno Park - 33 min walk
  • Asakusa Shrine - 36 min walk
  • Imperial Palace Garden - 38 min walk

Getting around

  • Tokyo (HND-Haneda) - 25 min drive
  • Tokyo (NRT-Narita Intl.) - 57 min drive
  • Bakurochou Station - 4 min walk
  • Tokyo Asakusabashi Station - 8 min walk
  • Tokyo Ryogoku Station - 13 min walk
  • Bakuroyokoyama Station - 1 min walk
  • Higashi-nihombashi Station - 2 min walk
  • Kodemmacho Station - 7 min walk
  • Onsite parking not available

Recent reviews

Very Good 8.2 From 197 reviews

IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan
Very nice stay. Cozy room and clean installations. There are metro stations near.
A Traveller, in5 night trip
IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan
Very Good8.0
Well located venue
It is a very well located hostel, very friendly and with nice areas for the guests. The rooms are too crowded but confortable.
RUBEN, gb1 night trip
IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan
Very Good8.0
Great place for a few nights rest!
IRORI is just 2 stops away from Tokyo station, and 20-25 mins away to Shinjuku/Shibuya/Harajuku. Each level houses around 20 people, hence not very social. The shower is on another level, hence a little inconvenient especially at night since you have to wait for the lift. The place is very clean; private; you can make your own traditional Japanese breakfast (fish) for just 500 yen; there are lockers. All in all, a great place for a few nights rest!
Ethel, sg2 night trip
IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan
Very Good8.0
Cool hostel close to lots of lublic transport, not much to do in the area mostly offices and shops but easy to get to! Good kitchens small but since there's two not an issue, rooms are great for privacy nowhere secure to store luggge though! Good security on the rooms however
SOFIE, au2 night trip
IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen, Tokyo, Japan
Ruined by jerks
This is a disappointing review to write because I honestly like this hostel and its staff a lot. However, because lights out occurs after front desk hours, it is not enforced. (Lights out is 11:30PM.) My floor had a guest from Africa who speaking loudly on the phone (racist things against Chinese people) around midnight. When another girl and I asked him to please take his call outside the sleeping area, he became aggressive, called us racist, and called her a "stupid b-". We couldn't do anything because there was no staff on duty. I ended up spending half an hour past midnight having to listen to this guy's racist and sexist ranting over the phone before he finally called it quits and let everyone sleep. This was the worst incident of my stay, but every other night had at least one instance where people in the room didn't respect lights out. One guy left his phones in the room while showering, waking everyone up to a super early morning alarm. One girl had all of her lights on and was noisily rearranging all of her baggage at midnight. I couldn't get even ONE night of good, uninterrupted sleep during my stay. It's sad to have to leave this rating because everything else is great. But if you can't sleep, what's the point? The hostel should have someone on staff until lights out, and then have that person walk around to each room to turn off the lights and notify everyone of the policy. Trusting people to be responsible doesn't work.
A Traveller, as3 night trip

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