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110-0008 , Taito-ku Ikenohata 4-16-8, Japan – Show map
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Ryokan Katsutaro's staff speak: Japanese
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Wired internet is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Luggage storage, Laundry, Daily maid service
Newspapers, Safety deposit box, Non-smoking rooms, Family rooms, Heating, Non-smoking throughout, Air conditioning
15:00 - 22:00 hours
07:00 - 10:00 hours
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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 4 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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Clean, quiet, short walk to main Ueno area and even closer to local food/shops.
Lighting a bit strong
Fantastic location, so close to Ueno Park and museums. It was also great to be able to leave our luggage there for several hours after we had checked out.
The walls were quite thin, so we could hear our neighbours.
Comfortable and very quiet, close to Ueno Park, pleasant neighborhood.
Doesn't offer breakfast. Not suitable for guests unable/unwilling to climb steep stairs.
Comfort bed, Japanese style bath, free coffee
We need to carry heavy baggages from ground floor to 1st floor through long and steep staircase.
The fastest Wi-Fi on our entire 3-week trip. Rooms are also bigger than usual for the price.
Japan is known for its cleanliness so we were extremely disappointed to find mould on the shower curtains. It was my first time seeing such a thing at a Japanese lodging. Hair dryer was disgusting - grimy and sticky and unpleasant to touch. All the surfaces need a good clean, really. Seems like they only bother to clean the key areas (sheets, basin, toilet) but ignore the rest. Even the bath tub felt sticky and grimy to step on. Ventilation was poor which led to bathroom mould and dank smells in the ryokan. I wanted to leave the windows open all the time due to the smells but that was not possible in winter. Interiors are very tired and need some maintenance. Extremely steep stairs going up to the rooms so do definitely avoid if you have a mobility issue. For $5-10 more per person per night (or same price if you book early), you can find lodgings much higher in quality and cleanliness.
Our 2nd stay at Katsutaro. Well located in busy Ueno, but in a quiet neighbourhood. Can be easily reached from Narita and Ueno is a good starting point for onward journeys within Japan. Japanese style rooms, all basic comforts, helpful staff, other guests were quiet and considerate. Recommended for families, too. Great to be able to leave luggage on our last day.
> No curfew > Nice and conforting bedroom > Staff does speak/understand english language
Small, friendly, clean & comfortable
Distance from subway Thin walls (typical of ryokans, though), so can hear neighbors easily
The room was clean, spacious and comfortable. There was a common area where the owners provided coffee/tea, computer and the Japanese paper. The location of the ryokan was in a quiet area which was very close to Ueno Park.
The train station wasn't that far but sometimes after a long day of sightseeing the 10-15 minute walk seemed a little far.
Cleanliness Nice Japanese feel for a foreigner Close to a park for kids & the National Museum Great wi-fi
Thin walls, so some noise if other travellers are around Not close to central Tokyo
Courteous staff. Comfortable tatami. Good recommendation and discount to local restaurants.
There is a bit walk from the public transit unless you take the bus.
Very nice selection of genuine Japanese restaurants nearby. Clean, cosy, nice traditional Japanese Ryokan.
This kind of goes with the fact that this was a classical Japanese Ryokan: The walls are very thin, so if your neighbours are the noisy kind, have crying kids etc. you may have a hard time sleeping.
We had two rooms with toilet/bath. Very comfortable futons. Excellent value in Metropolitan Tokyo. Easy walk to Ueno station.
Owner wouldn't call a taxi for us on departure.
We managed to walk through the atmospheric temple area of Yanaka on our way to buy yaki niku in Yanaka Ginza. Wonderful.
Quiet location. Not too fat from station or restaurants.
Small for anyone over six feet.
The accomodation was near to one of the most teeming station in Tokyo, I mean it was about ten-fifteen minutes from the Ueno station (JR and subway lines), and the path was next to the zoo and a beautiful park. It was well-equipped with TV and air conditioner, and next to the bathroom there was a washing machine (300 yen). It was comfortable for our stay in Tokyo.
The walls were a little bit thin thin...But that's all.
Homey atmosphere in a great neighborhood.
An easy walk from Ueno station to a lovely residential area. We had four futons on the floor, a comfortable bathroom and access to a laundry. Our teenage children commented that this was their favourite accommodation throughout out 2 weeks in Japan. We liked it so much we stayed there again when we were leaving from Tokyo to return to Australia. Great value.
I love the neighborhood around the ryokan .It's not too touristic and feel like we staying in the real japanese area.
the metro station is a bit complicate to get to some stations.And to Ueno station is long distance walk for us.
the owner was very friendly and helped us to manage a problem.
our room had its window on the streetside, it was quite loud.
Friendly and helpful staff, good location close to Ueno Park and Station.
Very small house and compact rooms, no meals provided.
Beautiful ryokan with friendly staff and clean facilities
the futon beds were extremely cosy. Small market right opposite.
A friendly house in a good location. The staff were pleasant and helpful but not obtrusive. Our room was clean and warm.
There was nothing wrong with staying at this ryokan.
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