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Nishi-Ogikubo: Stylish Laid-Back Options Near the Station

If you’re looking for an area that’s rich in nightlife and entertainment but not right in the manic heart of Tokyo, Nishi-Ogikubo is a great place to consider. A few stops from the Koenji neighborhood and with easy access to the rest of the city, it’s perfect for those wanting the best of both worlds. Here are five accommodation options for staying in or around the Nishi-Ogikubo area.

Nishi-Ogikubo: Stylish Laid-Back Options Near the Station

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  • Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel

  • Kichijoji Dai-ichi Hotel, Tokyo

  • Nakano Sunplaza

  • BnA Hotel Koenji

  • Guest House Grape House Koenji

  • Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel

    An easy, 15- to 20-minute stroll to the world famous Studio Ghibli Museum, a less than 10-minute walk to Inokashira Park and sitting next to Kichijoji Station, one stop away from Nishi-Ogikubo, you’ll find Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel. Running since the early 1980s, this budget-friendly accommodation offers easy access to many of the city’s main attractions but offers a level of tranquillity you wont find in many of Tokyo’s more densely populated hubs.

    Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel

    Kichijoji Tokyu REI Hotel

    • Address
      1-6-3 Kichijoji Minami, Musashino Tokyo
    • Phone
      0422-47-0109

    2019/04/05Check-in (2 persons per room)※Nightly fee per person Update date:2019/03/23

  • Kichijoji Dai-ichi Hotel, Tokyo

    Just five minutes from Kichijoji Station is Kichijoji Dai-ichi Hotel, a luxurious complex that houses six banquet rooms, a beauty and barber shop, a bowling alley and billiard tables. Excellent for couples and families, the larger rooms are spacious and can accommodate up to five people, while children under 12 stay free.

    Izu Nagaoka-Onsen Hotel Kona Besso

    Izu Nagaoka-Onsen Hotel Kona Besso

    • Address
      2-4-14 Kichijoji-hon-cho, Musashino-shi Tokyo
    • Phone
      0422-21-4411

    2019/04/05Check-in (2 persons per room)※Nightly fee per person Update date:2019/03/23

  • Nakano Sunplaza

    Just a few stops east of Nishi-Ogikubo Station is Nakano Sunplaza. It's a sleek, stylish, modern complex that heavily features traditional elements of Japanese design, making it a unique option. Excellent for business, leisure or event travel, the hotel is home to a selection of restaurants as well as banquet rooms, wedding venues, training rooms, a fitness center with a swimming pool, a music studio and sports and recreational facilities.

    Nakano Sunplaza

    Nakano Sunplaza

    • Address
      Tokyo Nakano-ku Nakano 4-1-1
    • Phone
      0333881151
  • BnA Hotel Koenji

    Sitting just a few meters down the road from the well-connected Koenji Station is argaubly one of the city's most unique and fascinating hotels. BnA is a hotel/artist hub/bar hybrid where locals and visitors come to mingle, hang out and appreciate the underground art community. The two rooms here were designed by local artists and feature massive wall-covering murals and unique furnishings. Downstairs is the check-in desk turned public bar, a great place to hang out, chat and make new friends. A percentage of the profits from the room's price tag goes back to the artist who created it, meaning that you're helping fund the local art scene by staying here.

    BnA Hotel Koenji

    BnA Hotel Koenji

  • Guest House Grape House Koenji

    Perfect for solo female travelers and those looking to meet fellow travelers, Guest House Grape House Koenji is an excellent, laid-back guest house hotel that features both twin and dorm-style rooms. Sitting just an eight-minute walk from Koenji Station and a few minutes on the train from Nishi-Ogikubo, it offers easy accessibility to the wider Tokyo area. Very budget-friendly, room prices for a twin cost under 7,000 yen, while dorm rooms are 3,500 yen per night.

    Guest House Grape House Koenji

    Guest House Grape House Koenji

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