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111-0032 Tokyo Prefecture, Taito-ku, Asakusa 1-31-11, Japan – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.3/10! (score from 540 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu.
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Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu's staff speaks: Japanese, English
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
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Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning, Designated Smoking Area
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child from 0 to 1 years is charged JPY 1050 per person per night when using existing beds.
One child from 2 to 3 years is charged JPY 2100 per person per night when using existing beds.
One child from 4 to 5 years is charged JPY 3150 per person per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
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, simple authentic Japanese room. Excellent included breakfast
Quite difficult to find as streets are narrow and street names are in Japanese
Staff speak good English
The staffs are very helpful and the hotel located near to one the main attractions in tokyo. The metro station is 5 minutes away from the Ryokan.
Nearness to temple and to Nikko line cannot be bettered. So many restaurants and cafes nearby as well as the Matsuya Dept store.
The gentleman at the desk was rather grumpy.
Perfect place for a real japanese experience. Really good japanese breakfast.
Located right in the action of Adakusa near Senso-ji. The female staff are gorgeous and speak good English. The breakfast is a treat. The Onsen is a bonus but quite small. Wifi worked perfectly.
Well, as you've all heard, the old guy is a bit of an obstacle. I wrote ahead to warn we couldn't check in until 10pm but he was still quite rude. Make sure you ask for the after hours pin code! He told us we had to be in by 11pm or would be locked out.
The Japanese breakfast is very Oishi! N the staffs are very friendly n helpful!
really great location, lots of restaurants and local snack shops around.
Terrible staff, the old man is the worst staff Ive ever seen, unfriendly the whole time, he did not even let us control the air conditioner. The air conditioner went off in the midnight at around 4am, and the bedroom light went on but we couldn't turn it off. Worst hotel I've ever seen.
I didn't quite realize at the time of booking, but the proximity of the ryokan to the Asakusa markets were excellent. Immediately outside is a large bazaar that lead up to the Sensoji temple, which I am told is the largest in Tokyo. During the new years many Japanese people tend to make their way there to pray - which means it can be seriously packed and full of people! But nevertheless the ryokan tends to be quiet and you don't really hear the noise that usually comes with crowds. Furthermore the breakfasts that they served were excellent, and the staff spoke great English when my fledgling Japanese couldn't keep up.
The double rooms were a little small, especially for two. With two futon beds down, we didn't really have the space to move around.
Clearly aimed at Westerners, bad smell in the bathroom, very small room
during the day, the service was very very nice, and welcome with kindness!
the bathroom compare to other hotel room in Tokyo was not good at all, and during the night there is old man who can not give much kindness to gest at all. concerning the price, it is not competitive at all
We spent 6 nights here and the location couldn't have been better , right next to Senso-Ji temple for New Years Eve. Would def stay here again. Loved the Onsen.
Yes it's a tight fit for 3 in a Japanese room, but that's authentic eh! Wi-fi can be a bit off and on, but we managed.
The staff were friendly and helpful. The public baths switched between women and men every other night so everyone could enjoy the magnificent view from the larger bath. The location is superb - on a quiet side street within easy walking distance of Asakusa Station.
The bathroom was small and outdated. Also, this was the first ryokan we stayed in which did not include breakfast.
Japanese breakfast was absolutely delicious and staff were helpful with instruction on how to eat it. Location was superb.
Be warned...the shared bath switches gender between the morning and afternoon sessions, make sure you check the flags each time.
Good location, friendly staffs and most important comfort & clean room.
The wifi at 3F is not that strong.
The room was beautiful, though very small, like many Japanese hotel rooms. The futons were a little hard. They were very happy to provide another layer of futons which really helped. The people who worked there could not have been more helpful. The soaking tub was a delight. Perfect location.
Staff were excellent; location was right beside one of the largest and most famous temples in Tokyo; lovely complementary green tea (made with kettle in room); small and cosy hotel (ryokan).
Located in a very touristy area, I.e. Lots and lots of trinket shops leading up to the temple; not the cleanest hotel I'd stayed in during a month travelling Japan, but very acceptable; it was essentially a hotel with rooms made up to look like a ryokan - straw mats, futon and a sliding bedroom door; a bit over-priced.
Most of the Staff,Excellent English Speakers. The Men's Bath House. The Location.
The owner can be a bit Brusque.
- nice room - good situation - nice people - japanese bath
- high price (too expensive!) - seems more like a japanese style renovated hostel than an authentic ryokan
Excellent staff - helpful and speak good English. Excellent location - places to eat, places to see, shopping close by and taxi/train only a short walk.
Standard rooms are a little cramped with 2 people and you will need to duck your head on some of the doorways if you are 6'+ (this is normal for Japan). Beds in the traditional Japanese style rooms can be a little uncomfortable if you are a big person - I got an extra mattress from the cupboard which did the trick.
The facilities like public bath and catered for three people is good.
- friendly and helpful staff - cozy onsen - excellent japanese breakfast - cleanliness - excellent housekeeping
- check-in and check-out times
Awesome location, fun to arrive in Tokyo to a buzzy touristy (in a good way) part of town, near to the sochi ji temple and market The cute rooms Great view of the temple from our room!
Nothing much Although there is a lot to do in Asakusa, it's a bit further away from Shinjuku area etc. but only 30 minute tube ride away roughly
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