Ratings based on 49 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.1 Room cleanliness
3.7 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.7 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Wien
Güntiges Hotel für Studenten und BackpacketPosted Aug 22, 2015
War nur eine Nacht dort und dafür war es vollkommen ausreichend. Das Zimmer war sauber und das Bett bequem; Wlan gabs auch gratis. Einziges Manko: Ich fragte wann ich wieder zum Hotel kommen sollte, wg Nachtsperre etc.und man sagte mir es sei immer jemand da. Als ich dann das Hotel verließ war ein anderer Mitarbeiter an der Rezeption, er war etwas älter und meinte ich solle bis 22h spätestens zurückkommen. Ich bim erwachsen und das finde ich unpassend. Man muss den Schlüssel bei der Rezeption lassen und als ich um Mitternacht zurückkam, war kein Mitarbeiter weit und breit zu sehen und mein Schlüssel, auf dem auch die Zimmernummer stand, lag achtlos auf dem Rezeptionstisch. Das finde ich unverantwortlich ehrlich gesagt.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
괜찮은거 같아요Posted Aug 21, 2015
Pros: 나름 깨끗하네요
지하철 히비야선하고 아사쿠사 선이 근처에 있어서 교통도 나쁘지 않고 근처에 아사쿠사 공원이 있어 쉬러 가기도 나쁘지 않네요.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from California
Very Authentic and Traditional ExperiencePosted Jun 28, 2015
I booked this hotel because it was cheap and had was at a good location (600m/8min to Iriya station, 800m/11min to Asakusa station, 1.2km/15min to JR Uguisudani). The room is small compared to a hotel in the US, but was very reasonable compared to the other hotels I stayed at. The inn felt very much like staying at a Japanese home, as the owners seemed to be an old couple and the decor on the lobby floor felt very much like a home, with the dining room and the kitchen next to the tatami rooms. The staff spoke serviceable English, enough to let me know that I needed to change into the slippers at the entrance and store my shoes in the locker, and that I needed to leave the keys when I leave in the morning so that the room can be cleaned. On the day that I checked out, I had a flight late at night, so I asked to have my baggage stay at the inn until evening, and the owners let me put my big checked luggages in their small tatami room, for no charge, which showed me their dedication to service. One thing to note is to be sure to ask about breakfast ahead of time, as you have to schedule it ahead of time. It cost around 850yen and it was hot and filling. I got the western style room with a bathroom, but if you choose a tatami room, it will be shared bathrooms.
by A verified traveler
不錯的酒店Posted Jun 13, 2015
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from toronto
교통이 좋다Posted Jun 12, 2015
Pros: 싸고, 목욕탕....
Location: 아사쿠사, 요시와라....
일본의 분위기 느끼기 짱 걸어서 이리야역, 우구이스다니, 우에노역 갈 수 있다.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from 北海道
昭和感たっぷりの 旅館Posted May 20, 2015
最近は宿泊代が高騰している 東京の中で比較的安価で都心迄のアクセスも良い入谷駅徒歩６〜７分の場所に有ります。駅迄の道行きに振り返るとスカイツリーが表れ旅館迄迷わずに行き来出来ました。 部屋の設備は冷暖房完備でしたが、冷蔵庫が無く通路のEV前に 共有の冷蔵庫が有ったのでそれを利用しました。この度は２泊利用しましたが、２泊め隣の宿泊者の笑い声が遅くまで聴こえてたのが気になりましたが、この料金ならば許容範囲かなと思われます。女将さんは気さくな方で色々声を掛けて下さいました。次回も利用したいです。
for Familiesby Wilailak from Thailand
Found only one lady bathroom on the bottom floor.Posted Apr 24, 2015 on Hotels
Room is too small for 3 persons and far from subway. No one introduce about the hotel facilites.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from British Columbia
Authentic Ryokan ExperiencePosted Mar 27, 2015
Pros: Authentic Ryokan experience, sleeping in one room with tatami mats, futons with duvet, pillows to sit on, Japanese breakfast. Charming overall
Cons: Walls were thin.
Location: A bit difficult to locate, a good samaritan helped us find it. Long walk with suitcases 10 mins from train. Shopping/market 5 mins away, shrines
Overall - This lodging was worth visiting for a brief authentic Japanese experience. Friendly staff spoke minimal English, provided an optional Japanese breakfast (approx.$8) as well as you slept in a single room with tatami mats and futons with a duvet. Shopping - There is the Asakusa shopping district within 5 mins walking with blocks and blocks of little shops as well as shrines and a large market nearby with bigger stores/restaurants/Owl cafe/Don Quiote! Could have spent a few days exploring all the stores and market! Lots of kitchenware, kimonos, cute items for great reasonable prices! This appeared to be where locals would shop and purchase items needed. Sightseeing - LOTS! train is 10 min walk away Dining - Everywhere! AMAZING delicious foodgasm experiences for $5-$10 a meal and you leave stuffed! All the food is displayed via large glossy photos or plastic replications that are IDENTICAL to what you actually get! Lodging - PROS - Cute little place appears to be family run. Loved the experience of sleeping as a local with the one room, little table, tv, sink and mirror. CONS - shared bathroom/showers with all other motel occupants. Also had to wear their slippers inside (uncomfortable plastic ones that are shared by motel occupants). You can leave your shoes in a little locker at the desk so they are safe. You turn in your key at the desk when you go out plus you had to be out of your room for hours during the day (for cleaning) and there's a curfew.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from bangkok
ซากุระเรียวกังPosted Feb 26, 2015
เป็นโรงแรมเล็กๆแต่น่ารักนะ ห้องพักสบายเป็นเสื่อทาทามิ ห้องน้ำรวม อ่างอาบน้ำ เจ้าของดูดุแต่ใจดี ที่พักโดยรวมโอเค แต่อาจหายากซะหน่อย ใกล้รถไฟใต้ดินสาย อิยาริ เดินประมาณ 10 นาที ใกล้ที่พักมีร้านของกินเยอะ และเดินไปอาซากุสะได้ง่ายๆ
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Nashville, TN
Low key cozy hotelPosted Feb 23, 2015
Pros: cozy, close to the main city, friendly staff, comfy beds.
Cons: The sign could use a little more flair so it is easier to spot. The A/C could use an English translation paper in the hotel folder.
Location: It was in Asakusa which has a shopping area and a shrine which is tourist friendly. Also Akihabara is two stops away.
Well starting off this hotel is sort of hidden. We used google maps and still had trouble locating this hotel. We managed to spot it's subtle sign and discovered the main entrance on the second floor. The hotel staff was nice and spoke very decent English so we didn't have any trouble. The hotel is traditional Japanese style so you have to take your shoes off at the entrance and put them in a locker. The room was small but did it's perhaps since we are there to see Japan and not the room. The beds were very comfortable considering you sleep on the floor. It was cozy and look sort of like a family business if I were to guess which gives it a homey feel. There was only one bath for each gender and you had to wash yourself the traditional Japanese way which is wash outside the bath and then get in the bath. It was an interesting experience. Overall I recommend this hotel for a good price and being close to things in the main part of the city.