The Mustard Hotels group aims to add the “secret ingredient” to travel in Tokyo, and its location in the Shibuya’s nightlife district is nothing if not flavorful. There are no fewer than nine different floor plans for guest accommodations, from hostel-style compartment bunks divided by gender to varying sizes of bright and airy twins and doubles. Guests share a common bathroom on each floor, with a laundry facility on the third. All have access to the seventh-floor common room, an open space for socializing, including balcony access, TV and mini-kitchen. And, fittingly for one of Tokyo’s more youthful corners, there are not just bikes for rent, but skateboards as well.
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