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    Nothing in tokyo is cheap. almost 8 years ago

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    Cheap and great location!

    Toyoko inn group - http://www.toyoko-inn.com/eng/
    have hotels all over Japan. almost 8 years ago

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    I stayed at K's House Tokyo (kshouse.jp/tokyo-e/‎) which I highly recommend. Their staff are very helpful, the rooms are clean and for the location it is very cheap. over 7 years ago

    Answered by Clare via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Agree with Clare - K's house is an amazing value - the Tokyo branch has 2 person rooms - bunkbeds w/ private bath/shower - I prefer this with my travel buddy. K's house Mt. Fuji has 2 person rooms but public baths. about 7 years ago

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    Richmond hotels chain is THE BEST! about 7 years ago

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    We stayed at the Oak Hotel in Ueno district. It was a nice little place with friendly administration who take care of you. My friends room heater was broken, so the guy at the front desk brought up the portable one up to her room. It's also a twenty minute walk to a major train station and Museum Park with the Ueno Zoo. about 7 years ago

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    May I ask how "cheap" is cheap for you? cause everything in the city is expensive you know, so you gotta ask yourself how much are you willing to spend for a hotel room about 7 years ago

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    After having lived in Tokyo for 15 years I can say that I've stayed all over the Tokyo area and recommend the Super Hotel chain. But if you are just looking for a short stay then the cheapest accommodation in Tokyo is at the New Koyo Hotel near Minowa station on the Hibiya Line. It's only $27.00 a night!! It is clean,friendly, and safe. almost 7 years ago

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    By the way I was not talking about dormitory accommodation. You get a private room with Western bed, Color TV, and locker space. Or if you prefer, you can choose tatami and a futon mattress. almost 7 years ago

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    I recommend staying at a hostel, for they are known to be a lot cleaner than their European counterparts.

    I stayed at budget hotels and at nice hotels in Japan. What I learned is that you get what you pay for.

    You can see my reviews and photographs at travel blog: http://www.tallglassofwander.com/. almost 7 years ago

    Answered by BL via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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