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55,000JPY/month A bed in shared dorm, 5 minutes from peace park.

The Evergreen Hostel=Legally approved hostel. Secure and reasonable! Very quiet hostel with warm friendly staff members and persons living here. 8 beds in female dorm and 16 beds in mixed dorm. NOT a party hostel and always really calm including the area around our place. Any inquiries welcomed. Female owner Hazuki will response very soon. […]

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Kagura: The unknown gem of Japanese folklore

Kagura: The unknown gem of Japanese folklore By Timotej Lauko   You may have heard of kabuki or noh, two of the classical Japanese drama genres. These are rather well-known even to a foreigner, who may not be as familiar with Japanese traditions, as a scholar or, of course, a native. I keep hearing that […]

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Coffee Tasting with Shuji

Coffee Tasting with Shuji at the Evergreen Hostel! By Adam Carter Good morning ☺ do you smell that? Oh yes, yes, yes, coffee is a brewing in the kitchen! If you’re like me, your love of coffee knows no bounds – it is simply a must for every day (who you calling an addict?). I […]

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Anime for a Newbie

Anime for a Newbie – A Review of 3 Popular Series Pilot Episodes By Adam Carter   An important thing about traveling is having something you look forward to doing during your time off. Whether it’s reading a good book or keeping current on your favorite TV series, it’s like having a tasty slice of […]

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Hot Tub Time Machine… or Rather, “Sento”

Hot Tub Time Machine… or Rather, “Sento” By Adam Carter   If someone tells you they have seriously been wanting to go to Japan and the reasons they give you don’t include the Japanese word, onsen, then consider that your clue not to take them too seriously after all. For me, taking a dip in […]

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Why it’s OK to Eat Cheap in Japan

Why it’s OK to Eat Cheap in Japan By Adam Carter   So you’ve been thinking about traveling to Japan? Maybe you’ve already decided some of the places you would want to go to – Tokyo, Kyoto, Nara, perhaps Hakuba or Sapporo, to a number of shrines, temples, and onsens. But then as you start […]

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First Impressions of Hiroshima – the City of Positivity

First Impressions of Hiroshima – the City of Positivity By Adam Carter Two nights in a backpackers hostel in the middle of the city. Fourteen hour flight to Shanghai, China. Sixteen hour layover. Restless, anxious, and realizing I was learning the hard way what it means to budget travel. I bought the cheapest flight I […]

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Feedback left by Workawayer (Radmila)

19/11/2018 Feedback left by Workawayer (Radmila) I stayed here for almost a month and my stay couldn’t be better. The location of the hostel is great, you can get to the Atomic Dome and the Peace Park in like 5 minutes. Hazuki, the owner, is super nice and helpful and managed to build a perfect […]