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110-0004 Tokyo Prefecture, Taito-ku Shitaya 3-2-13, Japan – Show map
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Vending Machine (drinks), Tour Desk, Baggage Storage, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 10 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged JPY 4000 per person per night in an extra bed.
Cribs are not available.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Very nice and helpful staffs. Very clean everywhere. Good location, very close to a subway station.
The drying machine is not working properly.
This ryokan was the best place we stayed at during our two-week trip in Japan. It offers a traditional Japanese experience with a modern twist. The private onsen is lovely after a busy day in Tokyo.
The staff were helpful and knowledgable.
The hotel was excellent for first time visitors to Japan. The close by surrounding neighborhood was very pleasant and the staff was very helpful.
Wonderful staff, huge fluffy comforters, tea ceremonies, in a quiet neighborhood and close to the subway.
Staffs are speaking English fluently. They have Tea ceremony in every morning. Don't miss to attend once. This hotel is newly built in 2013. All furnishing is well designed and give you an essence of time in Edo period. They even have a private Japanese garden in my room (5th fl). This hotel is beyond my expectation. Great value for your money.
The staff could not have been friendlier. After travelling for some time Edo Sakura was a welcomed relief. Beautiful traditional Japonese Ryokan
Everything about this place is splendid, nice and pleasant. It's a bit of an odd location, but we loved everything about this cozy little ryokan. Definitely a recommend.
Great rooms, large for Tokyo. Comfortable beds. Staff were very helpful.
Difficult to find
If you want to see old Tokyo from another era, stay here. The Ryokan atmosphere is authentic and unique. The neighborhood is full of old world charm where you can see carpenter shops working on Shoji screens, quaint storefronts selling confectionaries and cookies made on-site, etc. The roads are narrow and winding and it's easy to get lost, but it was also easy enough to wave down a taxi to return to the Edo Sakura. Yoko was our host and so warm and inviting. The architecture of the inn was something to see and the room was comfortable and clean. Subway was also within 5 minutes. The subway line goes directly to big stops, like Akihabara, Ginza, and Ueno. More positive points; Edo was able to receive our luggage in advance from Osaka and they happily stored our luggage for the afternoon after we checked out. The hospitality here is A+. Thanks again Yoko!
Be sure to have a print-out of the Japanese address. You'll need it to get back to the hotel if taking a cab or even walking. If you want to see new, glitzy, bright Tokyo, this is not the place to stay, but I do not consider this a weakness. It's just what you prefer. Traditional tatami beds can be uncomfortable for more than 2 nights... just a warning.
Great tea ceremony, excelent service and hospitality! We really felt welcomed to the Japanese culture.
Cleanliness Beautifully decorated Friendly staff Nice and quiet location very close to the Ibya metro station.
the futon were pretty hard compared to other places were I stayed, but we got use to them after a couple of days (we stayed 5 days). the use of the public bath isn't free. This was unclear to us. The fee is really low (500 yen) but we were surprised at check out to have to pay this. Maybe important to make this more obvious ... or free for use once every other day for example...
Very helpful staff. Quiet and clean. Would luv to come back.
Cleanliness New Friendly Useful facilities eg. Laundry Near to subway
Far from shopping areas eg. Ginza, Shibuya
Everything - staff, food, room, atmosphere!! If I have the opportunity to come to Tokyo again, I will choose this Hotel for sure.
Friendly and helpful staff, clean and comfortable Japanese style rooms. Within walking distance to convenient stores and the train station, so commuting was convenient.
The room was clean and the hotel accessible. It was a small cosy space for two and the wifi made our travels convenient.
I was travelling on my own. It was a safe location with good transport links. No trouble finding it from map on website. The local restaurants were good and very reasonably priced. Staff friendly. Breakfast very good and cheap. Would recommend.
Nice location, quiet neighbourhood, though close to busy streets. Comfortable located near Subway and important railwailstation (Ueno) . The hotel is not very big. Gives it a personalized and intimite atmosphere.
Nothing really, although the public bath (very important in Japan) should be without charge)
We liked EVERYTHING! The hotel was located near a subway station at a low key and quiet area near Ueno Station. The staff was wonderful- friendly and always eager to help. They all spoke good English. They also had quite a bit of tourist information. We especially enjoyed the private hot bath. It was a great treat for the end of the day.
N/A we liked everything.
The hotel is close to Iriya station, only one stop from Ueno station, which provides easy access to Narita airport. Staffs speak fluent english and are very helpful. The room is quiet, clean, and cozy. It was a great stay!
5 mins walk to Irayi station. friendly and cheerful staffs.. located at quietly neighborhood and a convenient mini market within a short walking distance.
all the staff are nice and helpful. They speak good english. The tea ceremony is highly recommanded. very clean , especially toilet.
The floor is thin , if there are kids unstair, quite annoying.
The staff is really friendly. The onsen (public bath) is a nice idea if you have a flight late in the evening. I checked-out um the morning and returned in the evening to have a bath and pick up my luggage before going to the airport for my long flight. It was awesome
The hotel itself is very cute. The staff there is friendly and helpful.