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BEST HOTELS IN TOKYO, JAPAN (Affordable & Budget-friendly Hotels Guide)

Cheap Affordable Hotels in Tokyo Japan Travel Guide Blog

Are you planning a trip to Tokyo? And wondering where are the best places to stay in Tokyo, Japan? Here are some recommended budget hotels in Tokyo for your next trip to Japan!


Where to stay in Tokyo? This is a question that a lot of travelers ask themselves when they go to Japan. If you are planning a trip to Tokyo, there are several things that you need to know prior to booking your hotel. More to that, there are also so many factors to take into consideration — from your budget, the area you're interested in visiting, the hotel's accesibility to public transportation, and also what activities and things to do in Tokyo will be convenient for you during your stay.

The City of Tokyo is so huge and choosing where to stay could be quite a daunting task. When looking for a place to stay in Tokyo, I highly recommend areas such as Shibuya, Shinjuku, Ueno, Asakusa, and Tokyo Station. As one of the most visited cities in Asia, it is not surprising that there are plenty of hotels in these areas in Tokyo. In this Tokyo Hotel Guide, I will help you find affordable and budget-friend hotels in Tokyo.

Affordable Hotels & Cheap Hostels in Tokyo, Japan



WHAT'S COVERED IN THIS TOKYO HOTELS GUIDE BLOG?


Where to Stay in Tokyo?


When booking for a place to stay in Tokyo, what we did is look for a hotel that is cheap, affordable, and near a train station so it will be easy to go around. Here are the hotels we stayed at on our previous Tokyo trips and reasons why we chose these hotels.

WHERE TO STAY IN TOKYO JAPAN CHEAP HOTELS

Sakura Hotel Hatagaya


After searching and reading guest reviews online, we chose to stay at Sakura Hotel Hatagaya in Shibuya area. It costs around 3,500 pesos per night for a private room with toilet and bath good for 2 persons. We chose this for the following reasons:
  • It's near a train station (Hatagaya Station)
  • Free breakfast
  • It's near convenience stores such as Family Mart and 7 Eleven
  • Impressive online reviews

Address: 1-32-3 Hatagaya Shibuya-ku, Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, 151-0072

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WHERE TO STAY IN TOKYO JAPAN CHEAP HOTELS

Playsis East Tokyo


In our last trip to Tokyo, we stayed at Playsis East Tokyo. We booked a Semi-dormitory Japanese Style Room good for 3 people. It costs around 2,500 pesos per night per room with shared toilet and bath. We chose this for the following reasons:
  • It's near a subway train station (Honjo Azumabashi Station)
  • It's near convenience stores such as Family Mart and 7 Eleven
  • Senso-ji Temple is just 10 minutes walk from the hostel
  • It has a very nice rooftop with an amazing view of Tokyo Skytree Tower.
  • Excellent online reviews

Address: 2-11-1Azumabash, Sumida-ku, Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan, 130-0001

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HOTELS IN TOKYO FOR LESS THAN ₱3,000 PESOS PER NIGHT


ASAKUSA AREA

UENO AREA

SHINJUKU AREA

SHIBUYA AREA

TOKYO STATION AREA


OTHER HOTELS/HOSTELS IN TOKYO FOR ₱1,000 TO ₱2,000 PESOS PER NIGHT


SHIBUYA AREA

UENO AREA

ASAKUSA AREA

SHINJUKU AREA

TOKYO STATION AREA

TRAVEL TIPS: If you're traveling alone, the best way to save on accommodation expense is to stay in a hostel. Japan is known for it's capsule hostels which are really cheap. But if you're traveling with a group, cheap budget hotels are your best option.

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Note: Room rates are subject to change and depends on the dates booked.


TOKYO TRAVEL ESSENTIALS


  • Tokyo Skyliner - one of the fastest options to get to the city from the airport, be sure to book your Skyliner tickets in advance!
  • 4G WiFi Device or a Japan 4G SIM Card - get one of these to stay connected to the internet, for your Instagram moments, and also for navigating the streets of Tokyo.
  • Tokyo Subway Ticket - enjoy unlimited subway ride and to get to Tokyo's famous tourist spots and attractions. Discover the sights of Tokyo with a 1, 2 or 3 day with this unlimited pass and save a lot on travel expenses!
  • Japan Rail Pass - for 7, 14 or 21 days unlimited travel around Japan including bullet trains!
  • Tokyo Disneyland Tickets - skip the lines and get your discounted Tokyo Disneyland tickets here!

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