About this listing
A short walk from Koenji St. The rooms are clean and chic as it was newly renovated. Very nicely decorated lounge area and (URL HIDDEN) very convenient to explore places in Tokyo as Shinjuku is very close to the hostel. It takes 7 minutes by train.
The private room is quiet, clean and elegantly designed. You can charge energy for the next day with the comfortable beds.
Entire second floor and the bathroom downstairs.
Interaction with guests
We can help you for the tips traveling Japan.
Also we offer some activities like calligraphy class, making sushi rolls and morning yoga class.
The neighborhood, Koenji, is very cute, pedestrian-friendly, and has everything you could possibly need: grocery stores, a donut place, owl cafe and cat cafe,great ramen, music venues, craft beer, a whole host of vintage clothing stores..
It takes about 8 minutes from Koenji station. This is how to get to the hostel from JR Koenji station.
Take the north exit and walk toward the shopping street called "Jyunjo-Shotengai".
The entrance is between Sun Drugstore and Seven-Eleven (you can see the big orange arch over the Jyunjo-Shotengai)
Walk along the street to the dead end and turn left at the bakery, then turn right at the meat shop.
Now you are walking on the street called “Koshin-dori”
Keep walking until you get to the big street called “Waseda-dori”.
Turn left at the bank and walk until the first crossing in front of Sunkus (a convenience store).
Cross the Waseda-dori and turn left. And soon turn right at the vintage shop,
You'll see GrapeHouse Koenji on your right. The entrance is around the corner.
Other things to note
We close the reception at 23:30 and we can't accept the check- in after that. You must arrive at Narita/Haneda airport before 8 pm. (It will take an hour to go out from the airport and two hours to come to Grape House Koenji)
No shower use after 10 am as house cleaning starts.
My dream just came true to open a hostel. I enjoy myself to have guests from all over the world everyday and am excited to hear about their countries and culture. I want my guest to experience having a good time in Japan offering a calligraphy class, kimono-wearing class , tasting Japanese food and so on.