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Asakusa View Hotel
Asakusa View Hotel
This popular high-rise hotel is conveniently located in the heart of popular sightseeing area Asakusa, and it is just 15 minutes from Tokyo Skytree by shuttle bus! With direct access to the Tsukuba Express Line and a number of other subway lines in walking distance, getting to other parts of Tokyo is a breeze.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line): Directly connected.
From Tawaramachi Station (Ginza Subway Line): About 7 minutes on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line): About 10 minutes on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Tobu Line): About 10 minutes on foot.
From JR Ueno Station: About 5 minutes by taxi.
Onyado Nono Asakusa
Onyado Nono Asakusa
This lodging is in a great location about a 4-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line, and is also within walking distance to Senso-ji Temple and Hanayashiki! The lodging is equipped with gender-segregated large communal natural hot spring baths, and hallways are lined with tatami mats, allowing guests to experience the lodging's Japanese spirit.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 60 min by bus.
From Asakusa Station (JR Line, Tsukuba Express Line): About 4 min on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Ginza Subway Line): About 8 min on foot.
Agora Place Asakusa
Agora Place Asakusa
Just 1 minute from the station! The hotel prides itself on its concept of providing a great night's sleep, as well as the sense of freedom and ease of use for all its guests.
How to get there?
From Tawaramachi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), Exit 2: About 1 min on foot.
By car: About 1 km (about 1 min) from Shuto Expressway Komagata IC.
Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International
Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International
This hotel is in a great location just a 3-minute walk from Tsukuba Express's Asakusa Station and an 8-minute walk from several subway stations. Senso-ji Temple, Hanayashiki, and Kappabashi are also within walking distance so the hotel is convenient for sightseeing in Asakusa.

Reasons to choose Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International:

(1) Spacious Lobby
Be welcomed into an expansive lobby area.

(2) Exclusive Concierge
The concierge staff are on hand to assist guests.
Whether you're staying for business or leisure, feel free to ask the staff if you have any concerns. Look forward to having a pleasant stay.

(3) Welcome Drink
Staying guests can enjoy their time at the lounge where they can sit back and admire the view of Tokyo Skytree and the temple and pagoda at Asakusa.
Have a refreshing welcome drink and enjoy Japan's scenery.
Hours: 13:00 - 22:00
*May be unavailable for use when reserved for a party or other private function.
Thank you for your understanding.

(4) Breakfast
Start the day right with a Japanese-style or Western-style meal featuring an array of dishes.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line), Exit A1: About 1 minute on foot.
Hotel 3000 Asakusa Honten
Hotel 3000 Asakusa Honten
A Japanese-style backpackers' hostel that's easily accessible. Guests may stay for room charge only, without meals. All plans include breakfast.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: about 30 min by taxi at around JPY 7,000 or 70 min by bus at around JPY 1,000 (as of Oct. 2016).
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express): about 3 min on foot.
Tokyo Metro Ginza, Toei Asakusa, and Tobu Skytree lines are within an 8-minute walking distance.
The hotel is conveniently accessible using 4 train lines, so sightseeing in Tokyo is a breeze.
Hotel Gracery Asakusa
Hotel Gracery Asakusa
Located just 1-2 minutes on foot from Asakusa's Kaminarimon and about 3 minutes on foot to Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line, this hotel has an optimum location as a base for sightseeing and leisure for both domestic and international guests.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Subway Line), Exit A2b: About 3 min on foot.
Vessel Inn Ueno Iriya Ekimae
Vessel Inn Ueno Iriya Ekimae
This premium hotel is conveniently located close to Ueno and Asakusa, just 30 minutes from Tokyo Disney Resort in an area that still exudes an old downtown atmosphere. 1 minute on foot from Iriya Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line). Rooms are equipped with the latest air filters with superior soundproofing. A comfortable stay is guaranteed.
How to get there?
From Ueno Station (JR Yamanote Line, JR Keihin-Tohoku Line) Central Exit: Take the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line train bound for Kita-Senju and get off at Iriya Station (about 2 minutes). Leave via Exit 3 or 4. The hotel is about 1 minute on foot from there.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Iriya Exit and continue along Route 4 (Showa-dori) for about 1 minutes (1 km). The hotel is behind Exit 3 of Iriya Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)
Asakusa Hotel New Tochigiya
Asakusa Hotel New Tochigiya
A comfortable and relaxed hotel located in the heart of old Edo - Asakusa.
How to get there?
From Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station: Continue on foot for approximately 6 minutes. From Asakusa Station (Ginza Line) or Tawaramachi Station: Continue on foot for roughly 12 minutes.
APA Hotel Asakusa-Kuramae
APA Hotel Asakusa-Kuramae
This is an urban hotel that features the fundamental principles of high quality, high performance, and environment responsiveness.
The hotel pursues compactness and functionality.

Single Room: 10 square meters; Bed: 120cm×200cm
Semi-double Room: 10 square meters; Bed: 120cm×200cm
View Room: 10 square meters; Bed: 120cm×200cm
Double Room: 11 square meters; Bed: 140cm×200cm

- Free Wi-Fi Connection (all guestrooms & lobby)

- At the head of the bed, the lighting switches are all consolidated together, and there are also electrical outlets convenient for charging smart phones and mobile phones, which guests can use while lying down on the bed.

The hotel is the ideal hub for exploring Asakusa! Senso-ji Temple is within walking distance and Tokyo Skytree is just 2 stops on the train (5 minutes)! Guests can relax in the large communal bath with open-air bath on the top floor.
How to get there?
From Kuramae Station (Toei Oedo Line) Exit A6: About 2 minutes on foot.
From Kuramae Station (Toei Asakusa Line) Exit A2a: About 4 minutes on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) Exit 4: About 9 minutes on foot.
To Haneda Airport: Take the Toei Asakusa Line express train from either Asakusa Station or Kuramae Station. (About 50 minutes / No transfer.)
To Narita Airport: Take the Toei Asakusa Line express train from either Asakusa Station or Kuramae Station. (About 70 minutes / No transfer.)
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway (Route 6) at Komagata IC and continue for about 3 minutes.
APA Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon (All Rooms Non-smoking)
APA Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon (All Rooms Non-smoking)
Opening on Tuesday, October 17, 2017! This hotel is just a 2 minute walk to the Kaminarimon Gate, and is perfect for both sightseeing and business!
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 30 min by taxi at a rate of about JPY 7,500; about 80 min by bus, at a rate of about JPY 930 (as of June 2017).
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line): About 2 min on foot. *Last train: around 24:20
By car: Exit No. 6 Mukojima Route of the Shuto Expressway from Komagata IC.
Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa (From Apr. 1, 2020: Almont Hotel Asakusa)
Hotel Hokke Club Asakusa (From Apr. 1, 2020: Almont Hotel Asakusa)
Conveniently located by train directly from Haneda Airport without any transfers, and is just a 3 walk from the station as well as within walking distance from Sensoji Temple, making this an ideal location for both those traveling on business and for sightseeing.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Subway Line), Exit A1: About 3 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at the Komagata Exit and continue along Prefectural Route 463 for 1 min, then continue along National Route 6 for about 2 min. From the exit, make a left turn and cross the Komagata Bridge. After crossing, make a left turn.
Dormy Inn Global Cabin Asakusa
Dormy Inn Global Cabin Asakusa
This riverside hotel faces the magnificent Sumida River. Its location boasts excellent access to such tourist spots in Asakusa as Sensoji Temple and Kaminarimon, as well as the Odaiba district. Guests can enjoy a full view of Sumida River from the open-air baths. This hotel accepts UnionPay credit cards for payment-on-arrival reservations and purchases made at the hotel.

- Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.

- On the 10th floor of the hotel, there are open-air baths, large communal baths (alternated by genders), and saunas.
From the deck of the large communal baths and the open-air baths themselves, guests can get a panoramic view of Sumida River and Tokyo Skytree.
- Mon. - Fri.: Women, 15:00 - 20:00; Men, 20:30 - 10:00 (next day)
- Sat. & Sun.: Women, 12:30 - 20:00; Men, 20:30 - 10:00 (next day)
- For safety reasons, saunas are closed from 1:00 - 5:00.

- On the 10th floor of the hotel, there is a scenic view foot bath.
Guests can also get a panoramic view of Sumida River and Tokyo Skytree from the scenic view foot bath.
- 12:30 - 10:00 (next day)

[Access Information]
- Just 1 train from Haneda Airport to Asakusa Station! About 45 minutes (no transfers).
Keikyu Line is connected directly to the Toei Asakusa Line.

- Just 1 train from Narita Airport to Asakusa Station! About 60 minutes (no transfers).
Keisei Line is connected directly to the Toei Asakusa Line.

- From the hotel it is about 2 minutes on foot to Tobu Railway Asakusa Station (North Exit).
The hotel also has great access to Kinugawa in Nikko.

From Asakusa you can get to Kinugawa, Nikko on a single train!
From Asakusa to Kinugawa, it is about 2 hours via a Tobu Railway limited express train (no transfers).

Visitors to Kinugawa - one of Japan’s foremost hot spring regions - can enjoy nature throughout the seasons and hot springs.
In Nikko, there is the famous World Heritage Site Nikko Toshogu Shrine.
Because of its pleasant climate, with cherry blossoms in the spring and autumn leaves in the fall, this area bustles with many people.

If heading to the Kinugawa area of Nikko, why not use this Asakusa hotel as your base?
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): 1 min on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Tobu Line): 3 min on foot. (This station is three stations/5 min from JR Ueno Station.)
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line): 5 min on foot.
THE GATE HOTEL ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON by HULIC
THE GATE HOTEL ASAKUSA KAMINARIMON by HULIC
A hotel that fuses traditional and contemporary Japan. Set right in the cultural heart of Tokyo - Asakusa, guests come from all over Japan, as well as the world, to stay in this swanky hotel.

- Lobby & Terrace
This popular hotel is located 1 minute away on foot from Kaminarimon Gate, so in addition to business purposes, it can also be used as a base for sightseeing in Asakusa.
Guests can enjoy a first-rate hotel stay to their heart’s content by being able to gaze out at Tokyo Skytree from various spots throughout the hotel, including the lobby, and enjoying the nightscape with a good drink in hand in the 14th floor bar (exclusively for staying guests) and terrace, and more.

- Breakfast
For breakfast at this hotel, in addition to a salad station where guests can enjoy plenty of select organic vegetables direct from Yamanashi (chosen by the chef himself), guests can select a main dish prepared with eggs.
Guests are also recommended to try the freshly baked croissants and baguettes with plenty of Echire butter - a high quality butter that won first place at the Paris Exposition Universelle!
Please also try some fresh orange juice that is squeezed right on the spot.

[Access Information]
- Just 1 train from Haneda Airport to Asakusa Station! About 45 minutes (no transfers).
Keikyu Line is connected directly to the Toei Asakusa Line.

- Just 1 train from Narita Airport to Asakusa Station! About 60 minutes (no transfers).
Keisei Line is connected directly to the Toei Asakusa Line.

- From the hotel it is about 4 minutes on foot to Tobu Railway Asakusa Station.
The hotel also has great access to Kinugawa in Nikko.

From Asakusa you can get to Kinugawa, Nikko on a single train!
From Asakusa to Kinugawa, it is about 2 hours via a Tobu Railway limited express train (no transfers).

Visitors to Kinugawa - one of Japan’s foremost hot spring regions - can enjoy nature throughout the seasons and hot springs.
In Nikko, there is the famous World Heritage Site Nikko Toshogu Shrine.
Because of its pleasant climate, with cherry blossoms in the spring and autumn leaves in the fall, this area bustles with many people.

If heading to the Kinugawa area of Nikko, why not use this Asakusa hotel as your base?
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusan/Ginza Subway lines): About 2 min on foot.
Hotel Keihan Asakusa
Hotel Keihan Asakusa
This hotel is conveniently located above Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line. The refined design of the guest rooms ensures that guests will enjoy peaceful, comfortable stays.
How to get there?
From Akihabara Station (JR Yamanote Line): Take the Tsukuba Express Line to Asakusa Station (about 2 min). It is about 2 min on foot from there.
Hotel wahaku ARaTA
Hotel wahaku ARaTA
The newly constructed guestrooms feature 2 bunk beds, a kitchen, bath/shower room, and a bathroom. The nearby area is quiet and pleasant, and features well-established shops.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 30 min by taxi at around JPY 8,000 (as of Jan. 2018).
From Iriya Station (Hibiya Line): About 5 min on foot; about 2 min by taxi at around JPY 410 (as of Jan. 2018). *Last train: around 23:30.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway No. 1 Ueno Route from the Ueno Exit.
Super Hotel Asakusa
Super Hotel Asakusa
Located just steps from Sensoji Temple, this brand new hotel makes a fantastic base for sightseeing in Asakusa and the surrounding areas. All guest rooms are equipped with Internet connections, and freshly baked bread is available for breakfast free of charge every morning.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tobu Isesaki Line, Toei Asakusa Line): About 5 minutes on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): Abound 5 minutes on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at the Komagata IC and head in the direction of Tobu Asakusa Station.
Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata
Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata
Located just about 1 minute on foot from Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line. Offers easy access to Haneda and Narita airports! Guests can expect a relaxing stay as they feel the traditional culture with the room's modern Japanese design.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line): 1 min on foot.
Richmond Hotel Asakusa
Richmond Hotel Asakusa
While immersed in the old Tokyo atmosphere and sophistication of the Asakusa neighborhood, this new hotel offers modern guest rooms and the impeccable hospitality one can expect from Richmond Hotels.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line): About 3 minutes on foot from Exit A1. From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): About 8 minutes from Exit 1.
Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa
Red Planet Tokyo Asakusa
Opened in August 2015! All rooms are non-smoking. The new design, guestroom functionality, and specially ordered beds are quite popular among guests. Relax in a connecting room or room with a view of Tokyo Skytree!
How to get there?
From Haneda (Tokyo International) Airport: From Haneda Airport Station, take the Keihin Kyuko Line (connects to Toei Line) bound for Narita and alight at Toei Asakusa Station. It is about 2 min on foot from Exit A1.
By car: About 10 min from Shuto Expressway Komagata IC.
the b asakusa
the b asakusa
Located 3 minutes on foot from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line, the b asakusa is an urban, sightseeing hotel where guests can experience quality comfort while enjoying the friendly atmosphere of Asakusa's traditional commercial and working-class neighborhood.
How to get there?
By car: About 1 km (about 5 min) from Iriya IC on Shuto Expressway Route 1.
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express): About 3 min on foot.
Hotel WBF Tokyo Asakusa
Hotel WBF Tokyo Asakusa
This stylish, non-smoking hotel is newly opening in July 2018! It is within walking distance of Senso-ji Temple, the Hanayashiki amusement park, and Tokyo Skytree. Guests can enjoy easy, no-transfer travel to Haneda Airport.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: Take the Keihin Kyuko Airport Line bound for Narita Airport to Asakusa Station (about 35 min). Leave from Exit 6 and it is about 12 min on foot or about 4 min by taxi from there.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway from the Komagata Exit and take Route 6 for about 2 km (about 3 min). Landmark: Sensoji Hospital.
Asakusa Central Hotel
Asakusa Central Hotel
A mere three-minute walk from Asakusa Station, this hotel is surrounded by the nostalgic air of the Edo Period that permeates Asakusa. It also prides itself on its elegant guestrooms.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Ginza Line): 3 minutes on foot.
Hotel Trend Tobu Asakusa Ekikita
Hotel Trend Tobu Asakusa Ekikita
This hotel features great access from Asakusa Station on all train lines! It is within walking distance to several famous Tokyo sights, including Senso-ji Temple and Tokyo Skytree! The hotel is convenient for both sightseeing and business.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 40 min by taxi.
From Asakusabashi Station (JR Sobu Main Line): About 35 min on foot; about 11 min by taxi.
From Asakusa Station (Tobu Isezaki Line): About 5 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Komagata IC and take National Route 6 and Prefectural Route 463. Landmark: Daily Yamazaki Asakusa Hanakawado Branch.
Hotel MyStays Asakusa
Hotel MyStays Asakusa
Located in Asakusa, right next to where the annual Sumida River Fireworks Festival is held, this hotel makes a great choice for guests traveling on business or for sightseeing around Tokyo. Guests at this hotel can look forward to free wireless internet and convenient access to Tokyo Skytree, Asakusa, and the Ryogoku sumo stadium.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 40 min by taxi.
From Kuramae Station (Toei Subway Oedo Line), Exit A7: About 5 min on foot. Leave the station and turn right. Walk across the Umaya Bridge (the large green bridge), then cross the Honjo Icchome intersection diagonally to the left. The hotel is the building on the left hand side. The hotel front desk is on the second floor.
Hotel Sunroute Asakusa
Hotel Sunroute Asakusa
This hotel is located just a 1-minute walk from Tawaramachi Station on the Ginza Subway Line, with good access for business travelers.
How to get there?
From Tawaramachi Station (Ginza Subway Line), Exit 3: 30 m away.
By car: 2 km from Shuto Expressway #1 Ueno Line Ueno Exit.
Hotel Amanek Asakusa Azumabashi Sky
Hotel Amanek Asakusa Azumabashi Sky
Located within walking distance of Asakusa and TOKYO SKYTREE Station, this hotel is perfect for business and sightseeing. The calming and quiet commercial area of Honjoazumabashi is waiting for you.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 60 min by taxi at around JPY 10,000; about 60 min by bus at around JPY 1,000 (as of Jan. 2018).
From Kinshicho Station (JR Sobu Line): About 10 min by taxi at around JPY 1,000 (as of Jan. 2018).
From Honjo-azumabashi Station (Asakusa Line): About 3 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway from Mukojima IC. Landmark: Tokyo Skytree.
APA Hotel Asakusa-Ekimae (All Rooms Non-smoking)
APA Hotel Asakusa-Ekimae (All Rooms Non-smoking)
Scheduled to open on Oct. 23, 2018.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: about 30 min by taxi at around JPY 8,000 (as of Aug. 2018).
From Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line) Exit A1: 1 min on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) Exit A3: about 3 min on foot.
From Kuramae Station (Toei Oedo Line) Exit A5: about 6 min on foot.
From Asakusa Station (Tobu Line): about 6 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway No. 6 Mukojima Route at the Komagata IC.
APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi-Ekimae
APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi-Ekimae
Opening in August 2017, this hotel is a minute on foot from Tawaramachi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, 2 stops from Ueno. Asakusa is within walking distance, making it an ideal base for sightseeing and business.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: about 40 min by taxi at around JPY 8,500 or about 90 min by bus at around JPY 1,000 (as of Apr. 2017).
From Tawaramachi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): about 1 min on foot. *Last train at around 0:15.
By car: Exit the Metropolitan Expressway No. 6 Mukojima Route at Komagata IC.
Asakusa Hotel Waso
Asakusa Hotel Waso
The women only capsule (2nd floor) has been remodeled in a "Japanese" concept with warm atmosphere provided by wood elements. Conveniently located for sightseeing, with Senso-ji Temple just a 5-minute walk away.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line): 5 minutes on foot. Located along the Kototoi-dori, next to 5656 Kaikan.
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line): About 5 minutes on foot.
K's House Tokyo Oasis
K's House Tokyo Oasis
Located about a 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Tsukuba Express Line, offering convenient access to the sightseeing spots of Asakusa and Skytree!
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express Line): about 3 min on foot.
From Tawaramachi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): about 10 min on foot.
Via Inn Asakusa
Via Inn Asakusa
Located next to Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, the spirit of old Tokyo lingers in the air around this hotel. With Asakusa Station on the Ginza Subway Line only a 5-minute walk away, the BlueWave makes both business travel and sightseeing on foot possible.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Ginza Subway Line), Exit 7: About 5 min on foot.
Unizo Inn Asakusa
Unizo Inn Asakusa
Located in the popular area around Asakusa and Tawaramachi, our hotel can be used for tourists or business people. It is convenient access to the city center Otemachi, Nihombashi.
How to get there?
From Subway Ginza Line Tawaramachi Station: 2 mins on foot. From JR Ueno Station: 6 mins by car. From Shuto Expressway #1 Ueno Line Ueno Exit: 6 mins
Palace Japan
Palace Japan
Just 8 to 10 minutes on foot from Minami-Senju Station. This hotel is an excellent choice for both business travel and sightseeing. Guests can enjoy the international atmosphere. There is no curfew after check-in. Free Wi-Fi in the building, with 2 iMacs on the 1st floor. Free coffee and tea.
How to get there?
From Minami-Senju Station (JR Joban Line, Tsukuba Express Line) West Exit: About 10 minutes on foot.
From Minami-Senju Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) South Exit: About 8 minutes on foot.
From Kiyokawa 2(ni)-chome bus stop (Toei Bus No. 46): About 3 minutes on foot.
By car: Take National Route 4 (Showa-dori), Meiji-dori, and Prefectural Route 464.
JUYOH HOTEL
JUYOH HOTEL
Conveniently located just 650 meters (about 8 minutes on foot) from the South Exit of Minami-Senju Station (Tokyo Metro)! This hotel offers 70 rooms, each featuring in-room refrigerators, air conditioning, and a set of Japanese yukata, slippers, and a full-size towel for guests to use.

Guests can also enjoy free Wi-Fi access! A wide selection of private guestrooms are offered including Japanese-style rooms with futon bedding and Western-style rooms fitted with beds. The hotel has a coin laundry with clothes dryer, as well as a communal kitchen complete with a microwave guests can use free of charge. For an additional fee, guests can enjoy a refreshing dip in the Japanese-style bath located on the 10th floor.

Guests will enjoy the overlooking view of Sky Tree, recognized by the Guinness World Records on November 17, 2011 as the tallest tower in the world. Additionally, Mt. Fuji can be seen during good weather.

Nestled in Minami Senju in the northeast area of Tokyo, Juyoh Hotel is convenient, providing easy access to popular tourist destinations or famous landmarks. Sensoji Temple and Kaminarimon Gate are both situated about 8 minutes via bus (20 minutes on foot), and from Minami-Senju Station (Tokyo Metro), Tsukiji, Ginza, and Roppongi can all be accessed directly. Minami-Senju Station is also just 6 minutes from Ueno Station, and 8 minutes from Akihabara Station.
How to get there?
From Minami-Senju Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line: Exit the station via the South Exit and cross the pedestrian overpass in front of the exit. Next, walk straight along the main road (Yoshino-dori Avenue). The hotel is located about 400 m past the intersection at Namidabashi.
Smile Hotel Asakusa
Smile Hotel Asakusa
Overflowing with the feeling of old Tokyo, the Asakusa area has proudly carried the torch of Japanese heritage and tradition from bygone eras to the present day. This hotel's location is great for leisure as well as business, and the hotel is even within walking distance of Tokyo's newest landmark, the Tokyo Skytree.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: Take the Toei Asakusa Line to Asakusa Station. It is about 15 min on foot or about 5 min by taxi from Exit A3.
From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Toei Asakusa Line, Tobu Isesaki Line): About 15 min on foot.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Komagata IC and continue along Prefectural Route 464 for about 2 km (about 2 min).
Khaosan Tokyo Origami
Khaosan Tokyo Origami
Khaosan Tokyo Origami is located within 5 minutes of Senso-ji Temple and Kaminarimon Gate on foot, complete with dormitories and private Japanese-style guest rooms.
Various events are held to entertain enthusiastic travelers from all over the world.
How to get there?
From Asakusa Station (Ginza Line): Around 5 minutes on foot.
bnb+ Asakusa Kuramae
bnb+ Asakusa Kuramae
This lodging has great access to Asakusa and Ueno, and is about 15 minutes away from Tokyo Skytree.
How to get there?
From Kuramae Station (Toei Oedo Line): Around 5 min on foot.
Hiromas Hotel Kotobuki
Hiromas Hotel Kotobuki
Located about a 15-minute walk from Senso-ji Temple, this hotel opened in March 2018.
How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: About 30 min by taxi at around JPY 8,000 (as of Jan. 2018).
From Kuramae Station (Oedo Line): About 2 min on foot; about 1 min by taxi at around JPY 410 (as of Jan. 2018). *Last train: around 23:30.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway No. 6 Mukojima Route at the Komagata exit, cross Sumida River, and it is near the Umayabashi intersection.
Hotel Trend Asakusa
Hotel Trend Asakusa
From the hotel, it is a 5 minute walk to Senso-ji, and a 2 minute walk to the nearest convenience store. The hotel is set up with Wi-Fi, and the Hotel Trend original bed will provide guests with a pleasant sleep. The toilet in each bathroom comes equipped with a bidet function.
How to get there?
From Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station: A 4 min. walk from Exit A1
From Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line/Tokyo Metro Ginza Line/Tobu Sky Tree Line: a 6 min. walk from Exit 1
From the JR Tokyo Station, the most convenient route is on the Toei Asakusa Line. From JR Tokyo Station, get on the Yamanote Line to Akihabara Station, and then change to the Toei Asakusa Line. From there, take the train headed for Haneda Airport. From Asakusa station, it is a 6 minute walk before arriving at the hotel.
Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage
Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage
Conveniently located just 1 minute on foot from Oshiage Station, this is the hotel closest to Tokyo Skytree®. Its location is ideal for Tokyo sightseeing, and it affords excellent access to the Disney resorts.

Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Oshiage is proud to announce to its guests that “handy” will be provided in all 260 guestrooms, starting on August 1st, 2017.

“handy” is a free rental smart phone provided for travelers staying in hotels.
In addition to free calls - both domestic and international - and Internet access, guests can use “handy” to obtain nearby sightseeing information, and as a communication tool to connect them with the hotel.

- Free Unlimited Domestic Calls
“handy” can be used for unlimited domestic calls, as well as calls between guestrooms and calls within the hotel.

- Free International Calls
Making international phone calls to some areas and countries is free.

- Free Unlimited Internet Access
Guests can take “handy” outside hotels to get unlimited Internet access whenever they want. There is no need to find Wi-Fi spots or enroll in a roaming service.

- Multilingual Support
“handy” can be set to Japanese, Chinese, or English.

- Link with Map App
The built-in map application will guide guests to their destinations.

- Bargain Travel Info
Guests can get special coupons for goods and services provided by the hotel.

- Application Download
Guests can download and use their favorite applications such as SNS and cameras.

- LUXOS City Guide
With travel content specialized to their destination, guests can discover the charm of a new journey.

- Complete Data Erasure Function
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How to get there?
From Haneda Airport: Take the Keikyu Line to Oshiage Station (60 min). It is 1 min on foot from Exit B3.
By car: Exit the Shuto Expressway at Komagata IC and continue along Prefectural Route 453 for about 2 km (about 10 min).
Henn na Hotel Tokyo Asakusa Tawaramachi
Henn na Hotel Tokyo Asakusa Tawaramachi
This hotel is within walking distance of famous sightseeing spots like Senso-ji Temple, Kaminarimon, and more!
How to get there?
From Tawaramachi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Subway Line), Exit 2: About 3 min on foot.
By car: About 3 km (about 5 min) from Shuto Expressway Komagata IC.
Asakusa Sukeroku no Yado Sadachiyo
Asakusa Sukeroku no Yado Sadachiyo
Many woodblock prints and antiques are exhibited in the inn filled with the atmosphere of Edo era (1603-1867). This hotel offers guests special foods based on the recipes enjoyed by the Edo townspeople taken from the novel, "Onihei-hankacho." Party plans to enjoy Edo entertainment such as hokan (traditional male entertainer), rakugo (comic monologue) and kodan (storytelling) are also available.
How to get there?
From Tawaramachi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line): Continue on foot for 10 minutes. From Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza, Tobu, Toei Asakusa subway lines): Continue on foot for approximately 15 minutes. From Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express TX): Approximately 3 minutes on foot.
K's House Tokyo
K's House Tokyo
Offering excellent transportation access, this accommodation is just about 10 minutes on foot to Kaminarimon gate of Sensoji Temple. Shinjuku is accessible in about 20 minutes via subway, and Haneda and Narita airports are also directly accessible by train.
How to get there?
From Kuramae Station (Toei Oedo Line): less than 1 min on foot.
From Kuramae Station (Toei Asakusa Line): about 3 min on foot.

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