If you thought that Tokyo is an ultimate modern city, you must be surprised when you visit Bakuro Yokoyama-cho where has the biggest cash-only wholesale district in Japan. The area has narrow streets crowded with multi-tenant buildings, some look old while others look VERY old, so that you may feel like you were in a kind of maze. But your effort to looking for an oasis in a concrete jungle will soon be rewarded.
IRORI HOSTEL started a business since 2015 with a mission of "To be a basement connecting travelers to local places," and as the symbol, they set an IRORI (a traditional Japanese BBQ) on the ground floor so that visitors can talk about their itinerary casually while eating speciality foods around Japan. On top of that, their location is 2-3 minutes walk from three stations so that you can reach anything in Tokyo in a comfortable way.
|Name||IRORI Nihonbashi Hostel and Kitchen|
|Address||Tokyo 5-13, Nihonbashi-Yokoyamacho, Chuo-ku|
Log Home "Mori no Cory" in Okutama (Airbnb available)
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