16 Hostels in Fukuoka, Japan

Welcome to your detailed guide for hostels in Fukuoka, Japan. You can choose from 16 Fukuoka hostels. In total, there are 28 cheap places to stay in Fukuoka such as guesthouses and bnbs. Prices start from $14 for a dorm.


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Fukuoka Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Fukuoka, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.

Total number of hostels

16

Average dorm price

$21

Average private room price

$0

Party hostels in Fukuoka

8

(The Millennials Fukuoka is the best rated)

Most Fukuoka hostels are located in

Hakata-ku

Average rating of all hostels

5.6

Hostels in Fukuoka for all Traveller Types

Below you can discover the best hostels to suit every traveller type. All of our recommendations are based on information shared by genuine travellers, the hostels and data that has been calculated from the system. Don't forget to check the ratings and see how these compare with the rates.

Best Hostels in Fukuoka for Solo Travellers

Travelling on your own to Fukuoka? Fabulous!

Pick a great hostel designed with solo travellers in mind, and you're bound to meet plenty of like-minded people who have also dared to venture to Fukuoka alone. Here are the top hostels for solo travellers in Fukuoka. We've also highlighted which hostel offers special perks you, as a solo traveller, will love. Each hostel offers great social spaces to meet fellow backpackers and wonderful opportunities for making new friends. You'll soon realise that travelling on your own definitely does not mean travelling alone.

Get to know Fukuoka (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you are better prepared for what to expect, what not to expect and can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Fukuoka. To help you make friends with Fukuoka before you visit, we've included a few helpful and fun things you should know about the area. Enjoy!

Fukuoka hostels are in surprisingly high supply considering there is hardly any tourism in town -- at least not of the type that would stay in a dorm. And well, apart from that one week a year when sumo shakes the ground.

So who stays? Well, there is a bit of transiting going on with a lot of the overland buses from Honshu and the like ending here, but they're people wanting to travel on to Kyushu and who are needing some real sleep in between. Plus there are those folks entering through the airport! Secondly there is the odd tourist who actually comes to see the city. And admittedly it is not entirely unworthy of some tourist time. There is a constant fair with a Ferris Wheel right by the sea (which makes for a really nice photo from further afar), an unspoilt real Japanese flair, and one of the few places in Japan where your soup's noodles will not actually be swimming in something fishy or oceany but instead good old meat broth! But for the most part, hostels in Fukuoka do seem to cater to long-termers either teaching English or studying at university, as the university's dorms often are far out of the city centre and renting a place is at times not affordable.

Those Fukuoka hostels are spread out nicely throughout the city from roughly the airport over an accumulation around the train station and city centre to some further west close to the sea. They all are fairly central, though, considering the vastness of the city. There is no big difference in price or standard and also the neighbourhoods are quite similar with none sticking out in a positive or negative way. As usual for Japan all hostels are quite tidy and travelers will feel welcome at whichever one they choose. It also seems someone actually watched over the hostel's locations being convenient, as they are all easily reached from some point of major public transportation.

Written by local enthusiast for Fukuoka hostels

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Imari Imari (62 Km / 39 mi.)
Shimonoseki Shimonoseki (62 Km / 39 mi.)
Kumamoto Kumamoto (93 Km / 58 mi.)
Yufuin Yufuin (95 Km / 59 mi.)
Mount Aso Mount Aso (97 Km / 60 mi.)

FAQ about Fukuoka Hostels

There are plenty of frequently asked questions about hostels in Fukuoka. We've collected the most common questions and doubts when it comes to picking your preferred accommodation in Fukuoka. The more you know, the better you can plan with confidence and ease, right?

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FAQ about Fukuoka Hostels

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Fukuoka Hana Hostel is the best hostel in Fukuoka for families.

Hostelz.com compares prices for 16 hostels in Fukuoka, Japan. We list for you other cheap places to stay in Fukuoka such as

  • 6 hotels
  • 6 guesthouses

This makes this very website the best place to find cheap accommodation in Fukuoka.

The Millennials Fukuoka is the best rated hostel for partying in Fukuoka.
It offers: Bar.

Travel Tips for Fukuoka - from the Community

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Your Packing List for Fukuoka

Hostel? Check! Now let's have at your hostel packing list for Fukuoka and Japan.

You may wonder what to pack when staying in hostels? There is a few absolute basics you always have to pick. Other items are more optional and depend more on your location. Here is the must-packing items when staying in hostels:

  1. Padlock
  2. Earplugs
  3. Sleeping Mask
  4. Quick Dry Travel Towel
  5. Head Lamp

These are the basics, yet there is more. We wrote a big, detailed guide on what to pack, tech gear and things you won't need.

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Your Packing List for Fukuoka