Whether you are young or young at heart, this place is great and much more than an affordable place to crash. I paid a little more for the delux cabin since I wanted a secure spot for my bag and I wanted a bit more privacy. I loved the room. It was only 60 square feet but it was enough room for a very comfortable twin bed, a small desk, chair and walkway. The space saving room was more than adequate for a good nights sleep. It is the common facilities that set this place apart. The place must have a few thousand japanese comics books on shelves throughout the building. You can freely borrow and enjoy them in your room or in the common area. Other amenities include four pool tables, several electronic dartboards, a free drink bar (soda, tea, coffee), and dozens of private computer pods. It looked like people were using these to watch movies or play games. There is also food service. They have a large menu of things you can order and have delivered to the TV lounge. I ordered a plate of yakisoba at midnight for 400 yen, which was very good. Then in the morning I ordered breakfast. They only charged me 200 yen for this. It didn't taste very fresh but for the price no big deal. The one draw back to the place is that the toilets are at the other end of the building from the sleeping area, so careful how much you drink. I highly recommend the delux but if are on budget or are used to hostel type environs, you will find the standard cubicle bed here more than adequate too.