Akihabara, Japan Hotels & Ryokan

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Akihabara Hotels & Ryokan

Mitsui Garden Hotel Otemachi
Opened June 17, 2018, located just a 3-minute walk from Otemachi Station. Designed under the concept of being an 'Urban Oasis,' the hotel spaces overflowing with wooden fixtures and greenery provide for a high quality tranquility.
How to get there?
By car: About 2 km (about 5 min) from Shuto Expressway Inner Circular Route Kandabashi IC.
From Tokyo Station (JR Lines), Marunouchi North Exit: About 10 min on foot or about 6 min by taxi.
APA Hotel Nihombashi Bakurocho-Ekikita
This hotel is scheduled to open on April 18, 2018 (Wed.)!
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 30 min by taxi at around JPY 7,000 (as of Dec. 2017).
From Bakurocho Station (JR Sobu Rapid Line), Exit 2: About 2 min on foot.
From Bakuroyokoyama Station (Toei Shinjuku Subway Line): 3 min on foot. *Last train: around 24:30.
From Higashi-nihombashi Station (Toei Asakusa Subway Line): 3 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway No. 1 Ueno Route at the Honcho Exit.
Henn na Hotel Tokyo Asakusabashi
This hotel is right in sight of Asakusabashi Station and within walking distance to Akihabara! There are direct trains available from Narita and Haneda airports!
How to get there?
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Line), West Exit: About 2 min on foot.
By car: About 15 min from the Shuto Expressway Route 6 Mukojima Line Ryogoku Junction.
Keikyu EX Inn Asakusabashi-Ekimae
All of this hotel's rooms feature Simmons 140 cm-wide double beds and air purifiers. Just 1 stop from Akihabara on the JR Yamanote Line and 2 stops from Asakusa! Wi-Fi access available throughout the building.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 70 min by taxi at around JPY 7,000 (as of July 2010).
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Line), East Exit: About 2 min on foot.
From Asakusabashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line), Exit A3: About 2 min on foot.
By car: Use Route 6 (Edo-dori).
Hotel Resol Akihabara
This hotel is about 3 minutes on foot from the Central Exit of JR Akihabara Station, which is about 4 minutes by train to Tokyo Station. Its easy access to areas throughout Tokyo make it the ideal place to stay for business and sightseeing.
How to get there?
From JR Akhibara Station (JR Lines), Central Gate Exit: About 3 min on foot.
By Car: About 5 min from Honcho IC on the Shuto Expressway.
Hotel Metropolitan Edmont Tokyo
It is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel to JR Iidabashi Station where access to four railways is available.
How to get there?
From JR Iidabashi Station: 5 min on foot.
From Iidabashi Station (Subway): 3-7 min on foot.
By car: 3 min from Shuto Expressway #5 Ikebukuro Line Iidabashi Exit / Nishi-Kanda Exit.

To Shinjuku Station: 12 min by train.
To Roppongi Station: 20 min by train.
To Tokyo Station: 10 min by train.
Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara
This hotel is located in Akihabara, Japan's iconic electronics quarter and subculture holy ground. It is perfect as a base for sightseeing and business. Hotel staff will welcome guests with heart-warming hospitality.
How to get there?
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line), Showa-dori Exit: About 7 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway from the Honcho Exit and take Route 4 for about 3 km (about 10 min).
YMCA Asia Youth Center
Just 5 minutes walk from JR Suidobashi Station, located in a quiet neighborhood. Ochanomizu, Jimbocho, Book Town, Tokyo Dome and Akihabara are all within walking distance. Wi-Fi is available throughout the building. We also have a free national and international phone service in the lobby.
How to get there?
From JR Suidobashi Station East Exit: 5 minutes on foot.
From Jimbocho Subway Station Exit A5: 7 minutes on foot.
Tosei Hotel Cocone Kanda
With "cocone" - Japanese abbreviation for "kokoronone" or the "tune of the heart" - as their base concept, the hotel pursues comfort for its guests. The hotel is in a very convenient location just a 3-minute walk from JR Kanda Station and is also within walking distance of Tokyo Station.
How to get there?
From Kanda Station: About 3 min on foot.
Grand Central Hotel
Just 3 minutes from JR Kanda Station, this hotel also offers convenient access to the Ginza, Marunouchi, and Shinjuku subway lines, making it a great choice for business travel and sightseeing alike.
How to get there?
From Kanda Station (JR Yamanote Line): About 3 minutes on foot.
Fro Kanda Station (Ginza Line): About 3 minutes on foot.
Hotel MyStays Ochanomizu
This business hotel provides comparatively high-class interiors and furnishings for its class. All rooms feature free internet access.
How to get there?
From Ochanomizu Station (JR Sobu Line), Hijiribashi Exit: About 5 min on foot.
Sakura Hotel Jimbocho
This affordable hotel offers extremely competitive rates, as low as JPY 3,600 per person when booking three or more guests at a time.
How to get there?
From Jimbocho Station (Hanzomon, Shinjuku, and Mita Lines): About 2 minutes on foot.
Comfort Hotel Tokyo Kanda
This hotel is just a four minute walk from the East Exit of JR Kanda Station. This American hotel chain is one of the largest in the world! The hotel provides complimentary breakfast, a coffee welcoming service, and free Wi-Fi Internet!
How to get there?
From Kanda Station East Exit: 4 minutes on foot. From the Exit, cross the crosswalk and continue walking straight on the road between Mizuho Bank and a Family Mart. After three blocks you will come to a Kosan Shinkin Bank. Turn left and continue for two blocks. The hotel is on your right. *3 minutes on foot from Exit A5 of Iwamotocho Station (Toei Shinjuku Line)
Grids Tokyo Asakusabashi Hotel & Hostel
Opening in November 2017. Features a simple, modern design and equipped with the latest facilities. Offers easy access to the popular Akihabara and Asakusa areas.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: about 21 min by taxi.
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Line) West Exit: about 3 min on foot.
From Asakusabashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line): about 5 min on foot.
By car: Take the Shuto Expressway Route 1 Haneda Route.
APA Hotel <Akihabara Eki Denkigai-guchi>
Opening in August 2017, this hotel is located about a 2 minute walk from Suehirocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Line, and about a 3 minute walk from JR Akihabara Station's Electric Town Exit.
How to get there?
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line): about 3 min on foot
From Suehirocho Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): about 2 min on foot
Keikyu EX Inn Akihabara
Opened in March 2016, this hotel is just 5 minutes on foot from Akihabara Station and the electric town area. Easy access to Tokyo Dome, Ueno, Tokyo Station, and many others.
How to get there?
From JR Akihabara Station, Central Exit: 5 min on foot.
From Akihabara Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line), Exit 2: 5 min on foot.
From Akihabara Station (Tsukuba Express), Exit A3: 5 min on foot.
From Suehirocho Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), Exit 1: 5 min on foot.
JR-East Hotel Mets Akihabara
This hotel is opening in October 2019, just 1 minute on foot from the Electric Town South Exit of JR Akihabara Station. Guestrooms feature separate bath and toilet, as well as Wi-Fi. Both Tokyo Station and Suidobashi Station are just a 4-minute train ride away.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 45 min by taxi at around JPY 7,000 (as of Apr. 2019); about 40 min by bus at around JPY 1,000 (as of Apr. 2019).
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line, JR Keihin-Tohoku Line, JR Chuo Line, Sobu Line), Electric Town South Exit: 1 min on foot.
From Akihabara Station (Tsukuba Express): 3 min on foot.
From Akihabara Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Subway Line): About 5 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway Route 1 Ueno Line at the Ueno IC and take Prefectural Route 319. Landmark: JR Akihabara Electric Town Exit.
Tokyo Garden Palace
Bright and cheerful Western-style rooms - a total of 203 - ranging from singles, to doubles to twins. Guests can relax and unwind here, and if it takes your fancy, the hotel has 10 Japanese-style rooms. The hotel is committed to making their guests feel at home and welcome.
How to get there?
From Ochanomizu Station (JR Chuo Line), Hijiribashi Exit: About 5 min on foot.
APA Hotel <Ochanomizu-Ekikita>
Newly opened on November 4th! Tokyo Dome and popular temples and shrines like Kanda Myojin and Yushima Tenmangu are within walking distance of the hotel.
Conveniently located for guests on sightseeing trips being just 13 minutes on foot to Akihabara, and 11 minutes by train to Ueno!
How to get there?
By taxi: approx. 40 min. from Haneda Airport, fare of about 8,000 yen (as of June 2016)
On foot: approx. 5 minutes from Ochanomizu Station on the JR Chuo Line
By subway: Approx. 5 min. walk from Suehirocho Station on the Ginza Line; last train is around 24:55.
By car: Take the Ueno IC from Metropolitan Route 1 Ueno Line Highway
By taxi: approx. 40 min. from Haneda Airport, fare of about 8,000 yen (as of June 2016) / By subway: Approx. 5 min. walk from Suehirocho Station on the Ginza Line; last train is around 24:55 / By car: Take the Ueno IC from Metropolitan Route 1 Ueno Line Highway
Belmont Hotel
Located along the Kanda River, this hotel overlooks floating Yakatabune (houseboats). It's just 10 minutes from Tokyo Station and 40 minutes from Haneda Airport via direct train. 1 stop to Akihabara, and 3 stops to Tokyo Dome.
How to get there?
From JR Tokyo Station: Take the JR Yamanote Line train bound for Ueno and get off at Akihabara Station (about 4 minutes). Then transfer to the JR Sobu Line bound for Chiba and get off at Asakusabashi Station (about 2 minutes). It takes about 2 minutes on foot from the East Exit.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Honcho IC and continue along Prefectural Route 302 Yasukuni-dori for about 3 minutes (1 km).
APA Hotel Iidabashi-Ekiminami
Located just a 2-minute walk from Iidabashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line (A5 Exit)! Perfect for business, sightseeing, and students taking entrance exams! Enjoy access to Suidobashi, Akihabara, Ikebukuro, Nagatacho, and Shinjuku with no transfers!
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 35 min by taxi at around JPY 8,000 (as of Aug. 2017).
From Iidabashi Station (JR Chuo & Sobu lines): About 3 min on foot.
From Iidabashi Station (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line), A5 Exit: 2 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway No. 5 Ikebukuro Route from the Nishikanda exit.
APA Hotel Kandaeki-Higashi
This hotel offers convenient access to the main Tokyo areas, being one station on the JR Yamanote Line to Tokyo and Akihabara, 1 station from Ochanomizu, and two more stops from Suidobashi. Free Wi-Fi in all the rooms.
How to get there?
From JR Kanda Station East Exit: Turn right out of the station, and make a left turn at the Imagawabashi intersection. About 5 minutes on foot. (About 6 minutes from the South Exit.)
From Iwamotocho Station (Toei Shinjuku Line) Exit A5: About 5 minutes on foot.
Haneda Airport: Take the Tokyo Monorail to Hamamatsucho. Then take the JR Yamanote Line to Kanda Station (About 35 minutes / Approx. 620 JPY).
Olympic Inn Kanda
This hotel is located within 10 minutes of Tokyo Station, making it convenient for access to anywhere in the city. Offering various room options to cater to guests' needs, it makes a perfect base for business and leisure.
How to get there?
From Kanda Station (JR Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line), East Exit: About 4 min on foot.
By car: Less than 1 km (about 2 min) from Shuto Expressway Honcho IC.
Sotetsu Fresa Inn Tokyo Kanda
Opening on March 15, 2018! In a great location just a 4-minute walk from Kanda Station on the JR Yamanote Line! All guestrooms are non-smoking, and guests staying in Single rooms can enjoy a pleasant stay with a queen size bed.
How to get there?
By plane: Use Haneda Airport.
From Kanda Station (JR Yamanote, Keihin-Tohoku, and Chuo lines), South Exit: About 4 min on foot.
From Kanda Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): About 5 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway from the Honcho Exit and take Route 4.
Tokyo Green Hotel Korakuen
The hotel area is an amusement center and a business center as well.
How to get there?
From JR Chuo Line Suidobashi Station West Exit: 1 min on foot. From Subway Mita Line Suidobashi Station: 3 mins on foot. From Shuto Expressway Daikancho Exit: (1 km)
Super Hotel Premier Akihabara
This hotel will be opening on October 26, 2019! It features Okuyugawara-no-Yu natural hot spring baths, and is in a great location about 5 minutes on foot from JR Akihabara Station!
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 23 min by taxi at around JPY 6,730; about 40 min by bus at around JPY 930 (as of Apr. 2019).
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line): About 5 min on foot. Leave from the Showa-dori Exit, and, facing towards the Shuto Expressway, head right (towards Tokyo) along the path. Cross Kanda River, turn right at the 1st traffic light, and proceed for about 60 m until you see the hotel on the right-hand side.
From Akihabara Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line): About 2 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway Ueno Line from Honcho IC and take Route 4. Turn left at the Izumi Bridge South intersection, proceed straight for about 50 m, and it is on the right-hand side.
Akihabara Bay Hotel (Female Guests Only Capsule Hotel)
Opened in May 2016, this capsule hotel is exclusive for female guests. Easily accessible with just a 4-minute walk from Akihabara Station, an ideal base for business and sightseeing.
How to get there?
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line): about 4 min on foot.
APA Hotel Iidabashi-Ekimae
A perfect location for business and sightseeing, the hotel offers easy access to Suidobashi, Akihabara, Ikebukuro, Nagatacho and Shinjuku stations without any transfers! Just a minute on foot from Exit A5 of Iidabashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Tozai Line.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: about 30 min by taxi at around JPY 7,500 (as of Oct. 2016).
From Iidabashi Station (JR Chuo Main Line): about 3 min on foot.
From Iidabashi Station (Yurakucho, Tozai, Namboku lines): about 1 min on foot. Last train at around 24:50.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway No. 5 Ikebukuro Route at Nishikanda IC.
East 57 Asakusabashi
This renovated, next-generation lodging facility is located about a 2 minute walk away from Asakusabashi Station - providing excellent access to the airport and metropolitan area - and is near popular spots like Asakusa, Akihabara, and Ryogoku.
How to get there?
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Line, Asakusa Line): about 2 min on foot
APA Hotel Kanda-Jimbocho-Ekihigashi
Opening on January 28, 2015, this hotel is located along Yasukuni-dori, so it can be accessed via 8 train lines and 6 stations! Nearby attractions include the Tokyo Dome and Nippon Budokan, among many others. There are no train transfers going to main areas such as Tokyo, Otemachi, Ikebukuro, Shinjuku and Shibuya.
How to get there?
About 4 minutes on foot from the following stations: Jimbocho (Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Toei Mita Line, Toei Shinjuku Line) Exit A5 or A7, Ogawamachi (Toei Shinjuku Line) Exit B7, Awajicho (Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line) Exit B7, Shin-Ochanomizu (Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line) Exit B7.
About 8 minutes on foot from the following stations: Ochanomizu (JR Chuo Line, Sobu Line) Hashiguchi Exit, Takebashi (Tokyo Metro Tozai Line) Exit 3b.
By car: about 3 minutes from the Hitotsubashi Exit or the Kandabashi Exit on the Shuto (Metropolitan) Expressway Inner Circular Route.
From Jimbocho Station (Toei Mita Line): about 55 minutes to Haneda Airport (transfer at the Mita Station to the Toei Asakusa Line).
Web Hotel Tokyo Asakusabashi
All rooms at this hotel are non-smoking. Single rooms are furnished with 135 cm beds and toilets are equipped with washlets.
How to get there?
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Line) East Exit: about 2 min on foot. Last train at around 12:36 AM.
From Asakusabashi Station (Asakusa Line) Exit A6: about 1 min on foot.
Myojin-no-Yu Dormy Inn Premium Kanda
This hotel is about 1 minute on foot from Exit 6 of Kanda Station on the Ginza Line, and within a 5-minute walk from JR Kanda Station. There are separate communal baths for men and women as well as sauna facilities on the top (12th) floor.
How to get there?
From Kanda Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), Exit 6: About 1 min on foot.
From Kanda Station (JR Yamanote Line), North Exit: About 5 min on foot.
APA Hotel Asakusabashi Ekikita
A newly built hotel that opened on June 24, 2015! Enjoy your stay in this highly convenient hotel where guests can travel with ease to Akihabara, Asakusa, Ryogoku Kokugikan, the Tokyo Skytree, the Tokyo Dome, Haneda Airport, Narita Airport, and more via train with no transfer!!

Free Wi-Fi available in all guestrooms
Simultaneous use of wired Internet available in all guestrooms
Hi-tech toilets in all guestrooms
How to get there?
From Asakusabashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line) Exit A4: 3 min on foot.
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Line) East Exit: 4 min on foot.
From Kuramae Station (Toei Oedo Line) Exit A6: 10 min on foot.

Train access to Haneda and Narita airports with no transfer!
Also access Akihabara, Asakusa, Ryogoku, Tokyo Skytree, and Tokyo Dome by train with no transfer!
Ochanomizu Hotel Juraku
This hotel is within 6 minutes' walk from six different stations on four separate train lines, making it perfect for business or leisure and for getting around Tokyo. Guests can look forward to starting off their day at the breakfast buffet, popular for its great quality and generous portions.
How to get there?
From Ochanomizu Station (JR Chuo Line, JR Sobu Line), Hijiribashi Exit: About 2 min on foot.
By car: About 2 km (about 10 min) from Shuto Expressway Kandabashi IC.
Grids Hostel Lounge Akihabara
Located in Akihabara, this modern hostel offers safety, security and stylish accommodations. It features a variety of rooms including capsules. Free Wi-Fi connection available in the entire building. All rooms non-smoking.
How to get there?
From JR Akihabara Station: Around 9 minutes on foot.
From Asakusabashi Station (Asakusa Line): Around 8 minutes on foot.
Via Inn Akihabara
Located just 2 stations away from Tokyo Station, this simple and stylish hotel has sprung up in the currently much-talked-about Akibahara.
How to get there?
From JR Akihabara Station, Central Exit: About 4 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Honcho IC and travel along Showa-dori for about 2 km. Turn left at the Izumibashi intersection.
Remm Akihabara
Located adjacent to Akihabara, the electric city and IT district, with a direct connection to JR Akihabara Station, this hotel offers a great location for getting around Ginza, Marunouchi, Ueno, and Asakusa for both business and sightseeing travelers.
How to get there?
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line), Central Exit: Immediate access.
Hotel Grand Palace
Conveniently located approximately 10 minutes away from Tokyo Station by car or subway! At the heart of the city and situated close to the Imperial Palace, this is a rich, lush green location that is perfect for unwinding. It provides excellent access to sight-seeing around the Tokyo area and is only two minutes away on foot from Kudanshita Station. All rooms have free Wi-Fi and there is also a range of restaurants offering French, Chinese and Japanese cuisine as well as teppan-yaki. In the evening you can also relax at the hotel’s cocktail lounge. In the morning, a Western and Japanese-style buffet breakfast is also available.

Renovated Room
A new guestroom has been created at Hotel Grand Palace.
The guestroom retains current basic functions and features a new, relaxing Japanese design.
The guestroom walls have been changed to a bamboo grass leaf design, providing a traditional Japanese design with a modernistic arrangement.
The armchair has a sayagata pattern, and the curtains and carpet have been arranged with a shippo design.
This new guestroom aims to be as stress-free as possible while also being easy for guests to use.
How to get there?
From Kudanshita Station (Subway), Exit 3a or 3b: 2 min on foot.
From Iidabashi Station (JR Chuo Line), East Exit: 8 min on foot.
By car: 1 min from Shuto Expressway #5 Ikebukuro Line Nishi-Kanda Exit.

Only 10 min away from Kitanomaru Park and the Imperial Palace. Only 2 min away from Kudanshita Station, which has convenient access to Shinjuku, Shibuya and Otemachi. There is also a limousine bus service that runs from the hotel to Narita and Haneda Airports.

Akihabara (About 10 min by train from Iidabashi Station)
This is one of the most popular sightseeing locations amongst tourists to Japan and it’s not difficult to see why with the high-performance consumer electronic and anime shops that line the streets. Akihabara is the perfect combination of world-leading technology and anime culture.

Asakusa (About 20 min by train from Kudanshita Station)
Visitors to Asakusa can experience traditional Japan at its best. For some great sightseeing spots, visit Senso-ji Temple and the Nakamise shopping street (souvenirs also available).

Shibuya (About 15 min by train from Kudanshita Station)
Shibuya is a popular location amongst young people for its shopping and food districts. Coming out of Shibuya Station, you can see the sprawling Shibuya intersection which makes up the Shibuya scamble crossing. This crossing is a popular photo spot with tourists from around the world.

Shinjuku (About 15 min by train from Kudanshita Station)
Whether it be shopping, restaurants or theaters that you're interested in, there's plenty to keep you entertained here. It is also the location of the famous Robot Restaurant.

Harajuku (About 15 min from Iidabashi Station)
Harajuku is a popular focal point for teenage culture and is the birth place of many fashion trends. It is also a place where you can experience Japan's "kawaii" (cute) culture with Takeshita Street being a recommended location for this.
Hotel Villa Fontaine Tokyo-Ueno Okachimachi
The down-to-earth atmosphere of Tokyo's Shitamachi area abounds at this urban hotel. It offers easy access to popular areas like Akihabara, Ueno, and Asakusa, making it a hit with both domestic and international travelers.
How to get there?
From Shin-Okachimachi Station (Oedo Subway Line), Exit A2: About 4 min on foot.
From Naka-Okachimachi Station (Hibiya Subway Line), Exit 1: About 6 min on foot.
From Okachimachi Station (JR Lines), North Exit: About 8 min on foot.
KKR Hotel Tokyo (Federation of National Public Service Personnel Mutual Aid Associations)
Neighboring the Imperial Palace, KKR Hotel Tokyo is conveniently located 5 minutes by car from Tokyo Station, 40 minutes from Haneda Airport and 80 minutes from Narita Airport by car. The Hotel is also directly connected to a subway station. Nearby attractions include Ginza, Akihabara, Tsukiji, Asakusa, Ueno, Roppongi and Odaiba. The KKR Hotel Tokyo(161 guest rooms and 5 restaurants/bars) is an ideal location for business and sightseeing. Although centrally situated in Tokyo, the tranquility offers a pleasant stay.
How to get there?
From Takebashi Station (Tozai Subway Line): Leave via Exit 3B and continue on foot for less than a minute.
Akihabara Washington Hotel
Less than a minute-walk to Akihabara Station! All rooms are stocked full of features and comfort--including beds from Slumberland, the beds used by British royalty.
How to get there?
From JR Akihabara Station, Central Exit: About 1 min on foot.
Tokyu Stay Suidobashi
This lodging has great accessibility as it is just a 3-minute walk from Suidobashi Station.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: Take the Keikyu Airport Line from Haneda Airport Station to Mita Station. Then take the Toei Mita Line to Suidobashi Station and it is about 5 min on foot from Exit A1.
From Suidobashi Station (JR Sobu Line), East Exit: About 3 min on foot.
From Suidobashi Station (Toei Mita Line), Exit A1: About 5 min on foot.
From Jinbocho Station (Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line, Toei Mita Line, Shinjuku Line), Exit A5: About 8 min on foot.
No parking lot available.
Hotel Niwa Tokyo
Hotel Niwa offers elegant accommodations with free Wi-Fi in the heart of Tokyo. In addition to its convenient location for using public transit, attractive features of this hotel include a Japanese-style inner garden, two restaurants, and a gym. Guests can relax in massage chairs in the Refresh Lounge which looks out at the rooftop mini-garden. Suidobashi Station is a mere 5-minute walk away and Tokyo Dome just 10. The Imperial Palace and Yasukuni Shrine can also be reached in about 20 minutes by walking.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: Take the monorail to Hamamatsucho Station, transfer to the JR Yamanote or Keihin Tohoku Line bound for Tokyo, and ride to Akihabara Station (about 10 min). From there transfer to the JR Sobu Line bound for Nakano/Mitaka, and alight at Suidobashi Station (about 4 min).
From Suidobashi Station (JR Chuo, Sobu Lines), East Exit: About 5 min on foot.
From Suidobashi Station (Toei Mita Line), Exit A1: About 5 min on foot.
From Jinbocho Station (Toei Shinjuku, Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Lines), Exit A5: About 10 min on foot.
APA Hotel Kanda Ekimae
Opening on Feb. 9, 2018, this easily accessible hotel is a 2-minute walk from Kanda Station, which is just one stop from Tokyo Station. Akihabara and Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi are within walking distance! Free Wi-Fi connection available.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: about 30 min by taxi at around JPY 7,000 (as of Sept. 2017).
From Kanda Station (JR Yamanote Line, Chuo Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line): about 3 min on foot.
From Kanda Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): about 2 min on foot. *Last train: around 24:50.
By car: Exit the Shuto (Metropolitan) Expressway No. 1 Ueno Route at Honcho IC.
APA Hotel Tokyo-Kudanshita
This brand new hotel will be opened on December 13, 2011. It is within walking distance of Tokyo Dome, Nippon Budokan, and Yasukuni Shrine and offers convenient access to destinations throughout Tokyo with three stations and a total of eight different train lines nearby.
How to get there?
From Kudanshita Station (Tozai Line): About 3 minutes on foot from Exit 7. From Iidabashi Station (Yurakucho, Namboku, Toei Oedo Lines): About 7 minutes on foot from Exit A4.

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