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Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa

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We are a Japanese style hotel located in the heart of Asakusa, one of the most famous tourist spots in Tokyo. We installed LAN in ALL rooms and WiFi Wireless Internet in our whole building. It takes only about 5 minute to walk from all the train stations nearby. Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa promises convenience and comfort with its location and service. As the former center of Tokyo, Asakusa is home to many seasonal festivals.

All rooms are ensuited. Also we have a Japanese style bath which can be used privately on the ground floor and shower room (24 hours available) on 2nd floor.

There is a laptop for common use. CNN through satellite TV available at the cafe on the 1st floor as well.

We are near Senso-ji (temple), and only 30 seconds to the Nakamise street which is lined by many traditional souvenir shops. Our facilities include common room, public baths, FREE Internet (in our whole building), banquet room. Japanese style breakfast is 1,000 yen per person. Western one is 700 yen. Please order at your check-in.

We are near Sensoji Temple (5 min walk), Asakusa Tourist Information Center (5 min walk), Nakamise Dori (souvenir shop street, 30 sec walk), Hanayashiki Amusement Park, Kappabashi dori, whole sale Japanese restaurant goods, Sumida River -- Tokyo Bay, Ferry Boat rides available and Ueno Park.

Check-in is 3 p.m. - 11:30p.m. and check-out is 10 a.m. The common room on the first floor will be used as a cafe after the breakfast time.

Curfew: The front door basically closes at 11:30p.m. If you are going to come back after the time, please ask the staff. We can introduce how to use our back-door.

Lock-out: 10am - noon for daily facilty cleaning if no notice given in advance. (If you would like to stay during this time, please tell us.)

For payment, major credit cards are accepted.

ACCESS:

It is very easy to find our hotel as we are close from the Asakusa's main street - Nakamise Dori.

1. Look for a Kaminari-mon (the big gate)

2. Enter the Nakamise-Dori (the souvenir shop street)

3. Turn at the 3rd passage to the left

4. Walk about 30 seconds

5. You will find a sign with 'Hotel Kamogawa (former name)' on your left.

Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa only about 3 to 5 min walk from all the train stations nearby.

* Subway (Ginza Line) Asakusa station, about 4 min on foot

* Subway Asakusa (Toei Line) station, about 6 min on foot

* Tobu Asakusa station, about 6 min on foot

* JR Ueno station, about 5 min by taxi

* Hakozaki city air terminal, about 10 min by taxi

* Waterbus Station, about 4 min on foot

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Highlights

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free WiFi
  • Air Conditioning
  • Linen Included
  • Common Room
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Free Internet

Important Information

Check-In: 2 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Check-Out:10 a.m.

The cafe on the 1st floor is open from 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
You can have breakfast there.
After closed, guests can use as a lounge(Internet connection and English TV program are available).

Curfew: 11:30pm
If you are going to go out after the time, please ask the staff. You can bring the back door key.

Lock-out: 10 a.m. - noon for daily facilty cleaning if no notice given in advance. If you would like to stay during this time, please tell us.

We have LAN and WiFi equipment on all floor.

For payment, major credit cards are accepted.

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Awesome 89%

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

We only stayed one day as we were just passing through Tokyo in transit, but this hotel was ideal. Very easy to reach from the airport -- just get the train to Asakusa and it's only 400m away. The hotel is right next to the important temples and busy shopping streets so there is lots to see, but there is no traffic down there so it is also amazingly peaceful.
Very nice, friendly owners and staff too.
I'd definitely stay there again.

Overall
5
Location
5
Cleanliness
5
Value
5
Facilities
5
Service
5

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

The location was right next to Asakusa's busiest shopping streets and near the Kannon Hall and Kaminarimon gate. The staff was really friendly and was used to speak English. They were very helpful when we tried to get the AC to blow warm air.

The room price included coffee and toast breakfast, but actually included more than just that. Minus from smoking allowed in the cafeteria where also the breakfast is served. The stench is just obnoxious, but this is the case in many Japanese restaurants and cafe's.

Our room was small so they gave us an extra room for our luggage which was nice. We also got our own bathroom. Also the tatami bed was nice and warm, and I didn't even hear the street noise at all. Overall a very good experience.

Overall
4
Location
5
Cleanliness
4
Value
4
Facilities
4
Service
5

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

VERY CLEAN, VERY QUIET, EXCELLENT POSITION, HELPFUL STAFF.

Overall
5
Location
5
Cleanliness
5
Value
5
Facilities
5
Service
5

This is a Trusted Review. Why?

Top location, friendly staff. Rooms are rather small, especially when you have a bit more luggage, however very charming.

Overall
4
Location
5
Cleanliness
4
Value
4
Facilities
5
Service
5

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Hotel Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Breakfast Included
  • Breakfast Not Included
  • Café
  • Common Room
  • Free City Maps
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free WiFi
  • Hairdryers
  • Internet Access
  • Linen Included
  • Towels Included
  • Wheelchair accessible

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  • Card Phones

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  • Cable TV
  • Hot Tub

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