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Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa
111-0032 Tokyo Prefecture, Taito-ku, Asakusa 1-30-10 – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 171 reviews)
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Restaurant With Dining Menu
Free! Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Baggage Storage, Dry Cleaning, Suit Press, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Family Rooms, Elevator, Air Conditioning
3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Until 10:00 AM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 6 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
To eat breakfast at the hotel, a reservation must be made at least 1 day in advance.
Japanese and Western breakfast sets are available. Extra charges apply for guests who would like to have a Japanese-style breakfast.
An accommodations tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
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Great location, helpful staff and facilities
Breakfast was a bit pricey.
We liked everything with this ryokan, from the comfortable beds, the collective bath to very friendly staff. It was very good to stay here when we just arrived to Japan jetlagged and with a daughter who preferred to stay in the room. The staff was very kind and helpful.
The only thing that was negative was that this ryokan was far away from Tokyo's busy life, such as Shibuya crossing. On the other hand, my 9-year old daughter liked the old parts of Tokyo much better, as the crowds were a little bit too much for her. And it was only 30 minutes away by subway
We stayed totally 7 days in this lovely Ryokan. The room was clean and bright and the nights were quiet. It's located in about 2 minutes walking distance to the Senso-Ji temple and about 4 minutes from the Ginza Subway line. There is even a direct train from Narita Airport to Asakusa for a good price. During the day, it's very lively around the hotel, but in the night it becomes very quiet. Not to forget all the nice restaurants around the hotel. The staff was very friendly, welcoming and so helpful. They helped us where they could and even took our luggage for several days and borrowed us an umbrella for all these days when we were abroad.... All in all a perfect place to stay - I will definately come back next time!
The quaintness of Japanese lifestyle.
The cramp toilet/washroom area. And faint urine odour.
The location is really great. I hadn't realised how cool Asakusa would be, or how central the ryokan would be. The Japanese/tatami room was also bigger than I expected (more than big enough for me alone), and spotlessly clean. The A/C was fine, as was the TV (on which I watched the World Cup final at 4am!).
Other than tatami mats, there was really nothing very characterful about the place, nothing to distinguish it as a "ryokan" from a normal small hotel. The welcome was not warm. I don't regret staying there given that it led me to get to know Asakusa a bit, but otherwise there wasn't anything interesting about it.
not easy find location
Kind staff, location and atmosphere. I hope the rate was a bit less. I love this ryokan.
Great location, close to train station. Helpful staff, spoke enough English to get by. Really good breakfast.
The bed was a bit hard, but maybe I'm a soft westerner!
Location is very close to Sensozi temple. It's convenient to see attractions. And staff is very kind. Room is comfortable. I love private bath.
While staying, It rained. I stayed on 4th floor but rain was leaked to room from the roof. Hotel needs to fix it.
Great location in Asakusa, breakfast was wonderful and great value, room was a good size, lovely private onsen, elevator convenient for your luggage and great service.
Excellent location, staff are extremely friendly and courteous. Would recommend highly. Arigatou gozaimasu. Gary
Nice touristic area, close to subway station and the rest of the city. Traditional Japanese room (tatamis and futons). Japanese baths.
It was our 2nd stay there - If I could have cancelled I would have because finally it is quite expensive for relatively small room and basic comfort.
The location is good in a touristic but nice area. Quit enough at night. The rooms are typical Japanese (futon on tatamis, low table and cushions). You can also wear Yukatas and have a public bath - so I would say it is ok for 1 or 2 nights to experiment old traditional way of life of Japan, but quite expensive and finally not really relaxing for long stay.
Our room (403) was quite small for 1 adult and 4 teens. Not really enough space to rest and be comfortable.
Excellent service and Excellent breakfeast
Loved everything about the Ryokan! The location was fantastic, food was great, the room was clean, and the staff was very nice! :) definitely will pay another visit again some day!
The room's toilet is very small. Only one person can fit in at a time, but it was not a problem for us.
The friendly staff made our short stay one of the highlights of our trip. We will definitely stay longer next time!
Our room didn't have much of a view, but it wasn't a big deal.
Location is great, staff always willing to help and room really spacious. Added bonus that the onsen can be used privately. Would highly recommend this if want to stay in a Ryokan whilst in Japan.
Nothing everthing was great
The bathroom was very small and had a very strong smell like pee all the time! Really disgusting if you are brushing your teeth, showering or even being in there!
Friendly and helpful staff, excellent location just right next to Nakamise but in a quiet neighbourhood. Well-maintained and clean room with comfortable mattresses.
Breakfast is not included.
Wonderful location, in one of the most gorgeous parts of Tokyo. Great accessibility to all of Tokyo through the proximity of the subway station. Lovely and heartwarming, wonderful staff, extremely helpfull. One of the best places I have ever stayed, by far.
Absolutely nothing to dislike!
very expensive, the location is crowned. very not so clean, a bad smell.. service people sounds good, but the owner-a old Japanaese sounds less trust for tourist, the expense must be pre-paid then give you a room key. not recommended to live in.
I have already review it on tripadvaisor anyway but this place is so good I am reviewing it here too. I highly highly highly suggest to anyone going to Japan and wanting to try a Japanese inn to stay here. Just amazing. The place, the room, but above all the people running it. Superb
The fact I had to leave it and go back to the UK.
Great location to Sensouji Temple and Ginza Line!
23:30 the front desk closes so you have to go through the back entrance (in an alley way).
nice people, nice location
Japanese breakfast. Location. Japanese vibe.
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