Welcome to Hana Hostel. “Hana” means “Flower” in Japanese.
We try to be a fresh and cheery hostel like a lotus flower floating in the pond. "Hiroshima Hana Hostel" started the business in August 2008, and also the second hostel "Kyoto Hana Hostel" started in April, 2010.
The third hostel "Osaka Hana Hostel" started in July, 2012. The fourth hostel "Fukuoka Hana Hostel" started in March, 2013. We remodeled Ryokan or Business Hotel into an advanced international hostel.
As we are very close from the station and the guest rooms are well-equipped, we will be an good option to stay for not only backpackers
but also for ordinary tourists with suits cases.
We are also willing to accept family traveler with kids or baby!!
For a hostel, it is quite luxury. A bathroom or a toilet/washstand is attached to every private room. Needless to say, every room is air-conditioned.
Hana Hostel offers comfort like a ryokan or a hotel.
*** Hiroshima Hana Hostel ***
A traditional Japanese style tatami room or a familiar western style bedroom is selective.
*** Kyoto Hana Hostel ***
All private rooms are eunsuite Japanese style tatami room. In terms of bathroom bathtub and toilet is completely separate. Loft-bed style dorm beds are quite large so that the guest can put the luggage close by. A private curtain, outlet plug, hangers, bed light are equipped in each bed.
*** Osaka Hana Hostel ***
Eunsuite Japanese style tatami room with kithcne for long term stay guests. Loft-bed style dorm beds are quite large so that the guest can put the luggage close by. A private curtain, outlet plug, hangers, table, bed light are equipped in each bed.
Private rooms are relatively more spacious than other hostels and located in near the central station.
Kids can enjoy with some of board games in the living room. And also there is a common TV with many kinds of international programs including a cartoon network for kids.
Hana Hostel is an accessible accommodation for any generation and any travel style. Also we have No curfew and No lockout !
Hiroshima Hana Hostel has a elevator.
Kyoto Hana Hostel has no elevator, but just only 3 story building with wide stairs.
Osaka Hana Hostel has a elevator, but you have to go upstairs to the lobby on the second floor.
One of the most unique furnishings in Japanese houses is Tatami mats.
Over half of the guest rooms are Japanese style with tatami mats. Even
if you stay in a western style room, you can use Japanese style common rooms and enjoy fresh rush scent.
Roof tiles of entrance, bamboo-pattern floors and some of Japanese style gadgets in guest rooms also make your travel more exotic.