kaisu hostel

6-13-5 Akasaka, Minato-ku
Tokyo, Japan




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June 25 – Jul 24, 2016


About the exhibition   by Honda Chika

I have always been interested in “souvenirs”. You buy stuff you usually would’t buy when it becomes souvenirs. Why? They bring more than just a thing. We want them because we like to keep the memory and elation for the moment or the places that somehow make us feel warm.

I wanted to express the warms as my first exhibition and asked Shukosha (hand-carved stencil dyeing craftsman) for collaboration.

Mass product cannot replicate hand-carved lines. I hope you enjoy art of craft and my Japanese souvenirs.

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It was all nice!





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Jazz Sax Live



See you next summer. The band was awesome.



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“On the Road” Photo Exhibition by Ilán Terrell

Next exhibition at Kaisu.

“On the Road” Photo Exhibition by Ilán Terrell
Date: Dec 11th, 2015 – Jan 10th, 2016

Ilán Terrell puts a new spin on the western roadtrip, with his new photographic series “On the Road.” Ilán travels throughout the western United States every month, documenting his own life with classic cameras in a modern era, producing images with a sense of nostalgia and a high-tech twist.

A native Californian, musician, and photographer, Ilán takes the viewer on a journey up Route 66 in a minivan loaded with cameras, guitars, drums, and yes… Shamisen, to experience all that the American highway has to offer. He will conclude his journey and photo exhibition with images taken during his stay in Japan.

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First exhibition: Mariya Suzuki “A cup of Tokyo”

Our first exhibition has started and will be showing till July 17th.

You can find more about her here!

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Open House / Reception on 6/19

Thank you so much for coming out for our open house and reception. Good vibe and great people.

Our grand opening is on 25 of June.

Hope to see you all soon again!

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First time to Kaisu? Check out the answers to our most frequently asked questions below and if you’ve got any more, ask us at info.akasaka@kaisu.jp and we’ll be happy to help you out!


Q : What time is check-in?
A : 15 pm. If you like to leave your luggages before check-in, we can keep them for you on the check-in day.

Q : What time is check-out?
A : 11 am.

Q : Do you open 24 hours?
A : Our reception desk is open till 22 pm. Bar & Table is open till 23:00 pm.

Q : Is it possible to check-in after 22 pm?
A : We understand sometimes your flights are delayed. We can assist you easier if everything is paid prior to your arrival. If your arrival be later than 22 pm, please make your reservation through here.

Q : How old do I have to be to book?
A : Must be 18 or older to book rooms. 16 or older can stay with parental consent. 10 or older can stay with parent.

Q : Do you serve breakfast?
A : Yes, we server complimentary breakfast between 8 - 10 am at Bar & Table located on the first floor of Kaisu.

Q : Do you have Wi-fi?
A : Yes and yes. We have complimentary wi-fi everywhere in the facility.

Q : Do you have laundry service?
A : There are two laundromat within 20 seconds from Kaisu. (outside of our facility)

Q : What's your cancellation policy?
A : To avoid cancelation fee, reservation must be cancelled 2 days prior to arrival. Cancellations made after this time will result in a charge for your stay to the card provided. No show will also result in a charge for your stay to the card provided.

Q : How do I get to Kaisu from Narita Airport?
A : There are a few ways to get here. Fastest way is to take JR NEX from Narita to Tokyo Station. Walk to Nijyubashimae on Chiyoda Line. Get off at Akasaka and walk 3 min to Kaisu.  (approx. 3,500 yen) Cheapest way is to take the Access Narita bus or Keisei bus to Tokyo Station. Walk to Nijyubashimae on Chiyoda LIne. Get off at Akasaka station and walk 3 min to Kaisu. (approx. 1,500 yen) Also we have a movie about how to getting from Akasaka station to  Kaisu!

Q : Do you have media/influencer rates?

A : Kaisu is a media friendly place. We're happy to offer media rates to social media influencers and/or bloggers, depending on availability. Please contact here.



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