Nagasaki Kagamiya - Hostel, Nagasaki
Nagasaki Kagamiya - Hostel, Nagasaki
Nagasaki Kagamiya - Hostel, Nagasaki
Nagasaki Kagamiya - Hostel, Nagasaki
Nagasaki Kagamiya - Hostel, Nagasaki
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Nagasaki Kagamiya - Hostel

Nagasaki

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John E
23 Jul 2017
We spent three nights here. The room we stayed in was roomy enough for the three of us. We had air conditioning which was nice after hot days walking around Nagasaki. The futon was a little thin. The shower/bath is under the stairs to it's a little awkward in the changing room with the low, slanting ceiling. The public areas are convenient for looking into sites to visit. The tea or coffee and toast was nice bonus (for the inexpensive price). The front desk staff were kind and helpful. Oh, staying here you get a discount coupon for many popular tourist sites. The tram (trolley) is only a five minute walk away. Oh, I should add that my wife and I do speak Japanese so its hard to know how much English the workers speak; We mostly spoke in Japanese.
boggesswm
02 Okt 2016 - Wisata sendiri
I read about this place in the Wikitravel article for Nagasaki. It sounded nice. Upon arrival, my reaction changed. The guy had been friendly on our 1 phone call and emails, making my reservation; but when I got there, it felt like I was bothering him by being there. It is not inside of the shrine, as the wiki article says, it is next to the entrance to one. There is an expressway above, it is not a quiet place. The walls are thin, and my room bordered the guy's apt., and he didn't bother to follow the "quiet time begins at 9pm" rule, making most of his noise between 10-11pm (bring earplugs!). my 2 doors were paper thin, allowing light to come in from the other rooms, and the noise of other guests. At about $45 night for a private room, I was fairly astounded that I had to "rent" a towel, for $1. Doing laundry cost $5 for wash & dry, $2-3 more than I have yet paid in Japan; i was put off by that as well, and did not want to give mr. unfriendly more of my $, so I saved it for my next place. Besides those drawbacks (which were plenty for me), it is a clean place, nice neighborhood, quiet except for the expressway above; not much of a view from the 1st floor, just looking mostly at other apartment buildings. Would not stay here again.
i putu agus adi W
16 Des 2017 - Pasangan
Me and my wife went to nagasaki for walk around the city, the place was very beatiful and very organized, that time was a snow season, im very excited to snow for the first time, the transport also very easy to find, if you have more money you can take a cab but if travel in buget there is also train to go anywhere around the town
Elliot D
31 Mei 2019 - Berlibur dengan teman
Located a few minutes walk from the Hotarujaya street car stop, this hostel is a quaint and economical option. The sleeping rooms are all upstairs, and while the rooms themselves have individual air conditioners which work well, the common areas (with the exception of the "living room") do not, so it can become quite warm at times (hot air rises). The bedding is surprisingly comfortable for what appears to be a thin, foam mat on the floor. But definitely bring your own pillow, if possible, as those provided are small and of the corn/barley (or something else) husk-filled variety. Toilets (two up, one down) are well kept and there's only one shower for all nine potential guests, so get used to sharing. There is no breakfast, but toast is free until 10 am, and coffee and tea is available all day long in the living room. Additionally, there's a microwave and small refrigerator to utilize for whatever needs you may have. The owners wife (Yukari?) is a delight; she's engaging and quite interested in the stories her guests have to tell. Additionally, she keeps a fantastic kimono selection on-site. One of the few negatives is that the house is located literally next to one of the main thoroughfares in town, which accommodates large quantities of traffic and is therefore noisy at all hours. Pictures are of the two person room (where I stayed), the three person room, the upstairs sink/toilet area and the entry way to the house. Not shown is the four person room. Would I stay again: I would consider it, weighed against similar options at the same price point (my friend and I paid approximately 16,000 Yen combined (about $160) for three nights).
Jillian A
25 Jun 2016 - Wisata sendiri
Stayed here for one night. It's extremely hard to find the hostel, but as soon as I called them they came to the station and brought me to the place. Wasn't busy at all, I shared the female dormitory with another girl. The owner is very friendly and helpful! You get a discount card which can really save you money. They even have some toast, jam, coffee and tea in the morning. I really felt welcome :) bed is not that comfortable though..
Lokasi
1-12-9 Hongouchi
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Waktu check-in:
3 PM
Waktu check-out:
10 AM
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  • Wifi
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Resepsionis 24 Jam
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4.5
Dari 58 review
Kebersihan
4.5
Kamar
4.5
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
4.5
Nilai
4.5
Pasangan
7
Keluarga
4
Wisata sendiri
23
Berlibur dengan teman
16
Bisnis
0
John E
23 Jul 2017 -
We spent three nights here. The room we stayed in was roomy enough for the three of us. We had air conditioning which was nice after hot days walking around Nagasaki. The futon was a little thin. The shower/bath is under the stairs to it's a little awkward in the changing room with the low, slanting ceiling. The public areas are convenient for looking into sites to visit. The tea or coffee and toast was nice bonus (for the inexpensive price). The front desk staff were kind and helpful. Oh, staying here you get a discount coupon for many popular tourist sites. The tram (trolley) is only a five minute walk away. Oh, I should add that my wife and I do speak Japanese so its hard to know how much English the workers speak; We mostly spoke in Japanese.
boggesswm
02 Okt 2016 - Wisata sendiri
I read about this place in the Wikitravel article for Nagasaki. It sounded nice. Upon arrival, my reaction changed. The guy had been friendly on our 1 phone call and emails, making my reservation; but when I got there, it felt like I was bothering him by being there. It is not inside of the shrine, as the wiki article says, it is next to the entrance to one. There is an expressway above, it is not a quiet place. The walls are thin, and my room bordered the guy's apt., and he didn't bother to follow the "quiet time begins at 9pm" rule, making most of his noise between 10-11pm (bring earplugs!). my 2 doors were paper thin, allowing light to come in from the other rooms, and the noise of other guests. At about $45 night for a private room, I was fairly astounded that I had to "rent" a towel, for $1. Doing laundry cost $5 for wash & dry, $2-3 more than I have yet paid in Japan; i was put off by that as well, and did not want to give mr. unfriendly more of my $, so I saved it for my next place. Besides those drawbacks (which were plenty for me), it is a clean place, nice neighborhood, quiet except for the expressway above; not much of a view from the 1st floor, just looking mostly at other apartment buildings. Would not stay here again.
i putu agus adi W
16 Des 2017 - Pasangan
Me and my wife went to nagasaki for walk around the city, the place was very beatiful and very organized, that time was a snow season, im very excited to snow for the first time, the transport also very easy to find, if you have more money you can take a cab but if travel in buget there is also train to go anywhere around the town
Elliot D
31 Mei 2019 - Berlibur dengan teman
Located a few minutes walk from the Hotarujaya street car stop, this hostel is a quaint and economical option. The sleeping rooms are all upstairs, and while the rooms themselves have individual air conditioners which work well, the common areas (with the exception of the "living room") do not, so it can become quite warm at times (hot air rises). The bedding is surprisingly comfortable for what appears to be a thin, foam mat on the floor. But definitely bring your own pillow, if possible, as those provided are small and of the corn/barley (or something else) husk-filled variety. Toilets (two up, one down) are well kept and there's only one shower for all nine potential guests, so get used to sharing. There is no breakfast, but toast is free until 10 am, and coffee and tea is available all day long in the living room. Additionally, there's a microwave and small refrigerator to utilize for whatever needs you may have. The owners wife (Yukari?) is a delight; she's engaging and quite interested in the stories her guests have to tell. Additionally, she keeps a fantastic kimono selection on-site. One of the few negatives is that the house is located literally next to one of the main thoroughfares in town, which accommodates large quantities of traffic and is therefore noisy at all hours. Pictures are of the two person room (where I stayed), the three person room, the upstairs sink/toilet area and the entry way to the house. Not shown is the four person room. Would I stay again: I would consider it, weighed against similar options at the same price point (my friend and I paid approximately 16,000 Yen combined (about $160) for three nights).
Jillian A
25 Jun 2016 - Wisata sendiri
Stayed here for one night. It's extremely hard to find the hostel, but as soon as I called them they came to the station and brought me to the place. Wasn't busy at all, I shared the female dormitory with another girl. The owner is very friendly and helpful! You get a discount card which can really save you money. They even have some toast, jam, coffee and tea in the morning. I really felt welcome :) bed is not that comfortable though..
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