Hostels in Takamatsu, Japan

6 hostels available. Prices start from $10 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Takamatsu

Party Hostel Youth Hostel
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Digital Nomads
"…The female dormitory is laid out like a basic hotel room, equipped with a tiny ensuite bathroom, desk, bar fridge, and TV. There are four bunk beds and two single beds, with some lockers. Some of … More

First Inn

Free Breakfast
Family-Friendly Hostel Solo Traveller Youth Hostel
"…We have renovated our facility, and have relaunched on March 2011. There are 16 rooms with three-quarter bed and 84 capsule rooms. ***** Capsule rooms and a large public bath with sauna is only … More
Party Hostel
"…A relaxing place like a secret base. We are located at a very convenient place, which is the near of the station, so you can also go easily to the islands of Setonaikai-sea. The station is … More
Digital Nomads Party Hostel Solo Traveller
"…Another room has two toilet cubicles, basins, mirror, and a hair dryer. Everything is kept very clean. There is another unisex shower room away from the dormitory which can be used late at night, … More

Hotels in Takamatsu

Hostels in Takamatsu, Japan

6 hostels available. Prices start from $20 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Takamatsu (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 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 Takamatsu.

 Risturin Koen - famous park in Takamatsu

Takamatsu, Japan, is a coastal city in the Kagawa Prefecture on Shikoku Island. Compared to the other four main islands, Shikoku is the smallest and the least-populated island. Takamatsu is the capital of the prefecture and the city has the closest port to Honshu, the largest Japanese island. The geographical location was the reason for the economic growth as a castle town during the Edo period, between the seventeenth and nineteenth century. Nowadays, the city has many important companies' branch offices -- such as the crane manufacturer Tadano -- which are very important for the local economy. Around four hundred twenty thousand people live in the capital of Kagawa Prefecture, which is also known as the “Gateway to Shikoku.”

Ritsurin Park is an outstandingly beautiful park, which was originally built for Sanuki and Sasuma lords. This very large Japanese landscape garden is considered one of the best gardens in Japan. The park boasts hills, several ponds, traditional pavilions, and historic trees. On the premises, you can also find shops, rest houses, and a folk museum. Tamamo Park is another lovely park in the centre, which is also home to the ruins of Takamatsu Castle. The castle was built in the sixteenth century; nowadays, only few original buildings of the castle still stand in this park. The original structures include walls, moats, the Ashaimon Gate, and two turrets. If you are interested in the local history, check out Yashima, a peninsula east of the city centre. The place is famous for the Battle of Yashima, a naval battle in the twelfth century. In Yashima, you can also visit the interesting Yashima Temple and the New Yashima Aquarium.

The area offers numerous hotels and some inexpensive hostels in Takamatsu, Japan, for tourists who plan to stay for some days in the city. The accommodations such as the Takamatsu, Japan hostels are spread in the centre of the city. Almost all of the places have free Wi-Fi and clean facilities. However, free parking is rarely included. If you want to book your Takamatsu, Japan hostel or hotel, do not expect much English. Generally, there are not many English speakers in Japan, even if they work in the tourism sector.

Written by local enthusiast for Takamatsu hostels

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Takamatsu 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 Takamatsu, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
Total number of hostels 6
Average dorm price $22
Average private room price $221
Cheapest Hostel in Takamatsu コトリ コワーキング&ホステル高松 with $19.5
Party hostels in Takamatsu Sunny Day Hostel (3 in total)
Average rating of all hostels 5.3

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