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Newest reviews for Ryokan Mikawaya

  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    August 19, 2014

    with a great location. Five minute walk from metro. 24 hour convenience stores plus some great restaurants.


  • Anonymous
      United States of America
    July 30, 2014

    Excellent location, clean and very friendly staff!


  • Gerard
    July 29, 2014

    Great location in traditional shopping streets and near shrines and skytree

    A bit hard to find on foot from the station - locals even had some difficulty


  • Anonymous
    July 18, 2014

    Loved the japanese style rooms, very small and simple. We could access the rooms already from lunchtime, which was perfect to sleep out jet lag. Location is directly in a touristy area (Asakusa) with temples and lots of places to eat and buy souvenirs. Walking distance to Tokyo metro, good also for exploring Ueno area.

    If space is an issue for you, our room was just about big enough for us and the luggage; we were happy with that since we spent most time out exploring the city. Breakfast options in the area around are limited (not sure if you could get breakfast at the ryokan, we did not order it).


  • Wang
    June 10, 2014

    It's small if you have two people in one room cuz it would be the same room either u have one or two people. But it's really clean and the location is perfect. As the price they offer, this is a really good place to stay. It's the Japanese style hotel, and it is hard to find a hotel like this in the centre of Tokyo.


  • Sakol
    May 26, 2014

    The ryokan's near subway station,so easy to go everywhere you want. be conveniently to find a good restaurant.


  • Nick
      United Kingdom
    May 15, 2014

    Friendly staff, great location and clean room


  • Dmitry
    April 29, 2014

    This is one of the not so many places in Tokyo which has tatami rooms for solo travelers. The hotel and the room were nice and clean. This ryokan is located one builing away from Nakamise-dori, the shopping street in Asakusa. If you need to return after 10 p.m., they give you an access card for which you leave a 1000 yen deposit. I returned past midnight without any problems.

    There is literally NO ROOM for your luggage in the single room. I had one medium-sized suitcase and even that was a bit of a challenge.


  • Suthep
    March 25, 2014

    Location and staff are great

    Small restroom


  • Martina
      United States of America
    February 23, 2014

    Excellent location, few steps from Sensoji temple and market, few minutes from Asakusa station.Rooms are small but it is expected in Japan..We had all comfort we needed to explore Tokyo...

    When I booked rooms online, it gave me option Japanese style with beds instead futons.So I booked that option, but when we arrived this option actually doesn't exist. You can have Japanese style with futons or regular style with beds for more money. We kept Japanese style with futons, the room was much nicer.


  • Kelvin
    January 7, 2014

    I have stayed for 4 weeks and it was an excellent stay. The staff was very kind and helpful, the price was within my means and the location was perfect. Central to Asakusa's various shops, the Senso-ji temple, restaurants and train station. I will definitely go back on my next visit.


  • Anonymous
    November 19, 2013

    Nicely located in the Asakusa area. Big enough room for a single person, considering Japanese standards.

    The room was very cold and the thermostat didn't work properly. At the checkout, the lady didn't speak English at all. Poor internet connection at the room.


  • Anonymous
      United Kingdom
    November 11, 2013

    I liked the lovely quiet room and friendly staff. The location was fantastic too (once we found it!).

    Nothing - it was lovely.


  • Thomas
      United States of America
    August 24, 2013

    Everything else.

    Not much signage in front of the hotel. Had a hard time finding it.


  • Anonymous
    July 2, 2013

    the location was handy for a short stay in tokyo (2 nights). There were plenty of restaurants nearby. The taxi driver had difficulty finding it.

    The futons were a bit thinner than others we had slept on during our trip.


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