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111-0032 Tokyo Prefecture, Taito-ku, Asakusa 1-30-10, Japan – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.4/10! (score from 193 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa.
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Restaurant with Dining Menu
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.
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.
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Based on 193 reviews
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Featuring a restaurant and public bath, the Shigetsu Ryokan is next to Nakamise Street and a 3-minute walk from Asakusa subway station. The air-conditioned rooms include a fridge and free internet.
Score from 540 reviews Excellent
Featuring Art Deco style, Asakusa View Hotel features 4 dining options and rooms with free Wi-Fi. The hotel has direct access to Asakusa Station on Tsukuba Express Line.
Score from 451 reviews Excellent
Featuring rooms with a kitchenette, private bathroom and free wired internet, the Hotel MyStays Asakusa is a 5-minute walk from Kuramae subway station.
Score from 1031 reviews Good
Opened in June 2013, The Edo Sakura features accommodations in a Japanese-style Machiya townhouse only a 5-minute walk from Iriya subway station and a 10-minute walk from JR Uguisudani Train Station.
Score from 869 reviews Wonderful
The staff were very helpful and nice. Their services are very homely. Location was fantastic with so much shopping place within the surrounding area. Will go back next round.
Probably can improve on the facility more.
Our family of 4 (with 2 teenage sons) loved the fact that Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa was right in the middle of so many great areas. We walked to as many things as we could or simply caught the subway. The rooms were compact but very comfortable and we had fun being cosy. The shared onsen was great and we could have it to ourselves simply by locking the door. Staff was helpful and considerate even waiting for us to arrive after our late flight. We all felt a bit like locals staying at this Ryokan as we got to know the area so well and would certainly stay there again.
The price was a little more than I would have liked to pay for such accommodation but the proximity to so many things did compensate a bit
Markets, location, close to transport, friendly staff and comfortable
Very good location, close to lots of restaurants, friendly and helpfull staff, very clean rooms and facilities, excellent breakfast
CNN in the breakfast room, no possibilities to open the room windows
The staff is really nice and most of them can communicate with the customers in English. The breakfast is delicious and cheap. The room is much bigger than the other hotels and they have some improvement in the lightening system and it is really good. I enjoy staying in this hotel.
Great location with access to plenty of choices for food. Close to train station to get around. Loved being in the older part of Tokyo. The onsen was wonderful after a long day. We will return.
Great location close to the sights of Asakusa and to transport. The bath is a real pleasure. Breakfast was good value.
Loved the traditional Japanese Ryokan style. Also great location, many sightseeing places, market, subway station, and restaurants are close by. Can highly recommend this place.
Great place to experience traditional Japanese accommodation. manager was very helpful and spoke English.
Wish we could have stayed longer
Staff were very helpful booking taxis and helping us find our way around town
great friendly staff. Right in the centre of things.
The place is perfect to stay in Asakusa. It's near the best tonkatsu restaurant of the country ! Asakusa by night is just lovely. The room has everything useful and more !
I was awaken by a cockroach falling from the ceiling on my bed ! The staff was very confused and asked us if we would like another hotel but we stayed and they took the cockroach.
A bit small;
Good service, lovely people, great location.
There was nothing that we not like. It was all good
Friendly staff, clean, central but quiet at night, you can use onsen privatly
Good sized rooms, simply but nicely furnished in traditional style. Excellent location and nice staff.
the onsen, the fact that we could leave our luggage there for our 2 day trip outside of Tokyo, the friendliness of staff
For a family of 4 with teenage children, we had a large room which accommodated all of us comfortably. We especially appreciated the programmable thermostat in the room which kept us cool during the oppressive summer heat. While it was nice to have a private bath I the room, it would be difficult for anyone larger than 5'10" or 180 lbs to use though the shared bathroom space (which also had toilets and a shower that could be locked) was spacious and modern- it felt like it was private as we never ran into anyone else using it (there were only 3 rooms that shared it). The staff was wonderful and the breakfasts were excellent. Best part was how convenient it was to many attractions and the subway. Would definitely stay there again!
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
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