Welcome to Iriya Station Hotel!!
Iriya Station Hotel is located near 'Ueno'.
We have private rooms and capsule rooms!
Capsule room is a form of dorm and male only.
Private room is a western style.
We are proud of our cleanness and brightness that make our guests feel good. Best located for a sightseeing.
15 minutes from JR Ueno Station on foot!!
Ueno, Uguisudani, Ryusen - One stop from JR Ueno Station. Very close to Iriya Station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) *Akihabara - Naka-Okachimachi - Ueno - Iriya (Ticket: 160 yen / Roppongi 190 yen) 8 minutes from JR Uguisudani station.
All guest room high-speed cable LAN and Wi-Fi wireless LAN Internet connection free of charge
Mobile convenient. It is connection OK any DS,PSP,iPhone,PC.
check-in 4:00p.m. check-out 10:00a.m.
Air-conditioning , Bath & Toilet in a room, Towels, Japanese bathrobe, TV, Telephone
Outline of Facilities
Public telephone, Copy, Fax, Drier, Pants pressed machine, Vending machines, We have 24 cupsul-rooms with shower,TV, plug in, and Wi-Fi.
Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi network for all floors, 11b/g, HighGain antenna DHCP, ANY connection, B-flets fiber optical Internet,IPv6/IPsec pass-through)
Iriya is an old, peaceful, lowcost area filled with mom-and-pop shops and mom-and-pop businesses and factories. People live here. They have small plots of land on which they built two- or three-storey wooden structures. Typically living upstairs and the business is downstairs. Sometimes a car or truck will park at night in the office downstairs. Iriya has its own festivals though not on the scale of nearby Asakusa. Main transportation is provided by the Hibiya Subway line (just three stops beyond Akihabara, one stop from Ueno. You can get to just about everyplace in Tokyo easily on the Hibiya Line, directly or with one change of trains.
Dorm room is for male only!
It isn''t where Google maps identifies it, but another street away from Iriya Station. The name on the outside of the building isn't 'Station' Hotel but 'Comfort' Hotel. The some of the staff spoke some English. I was woken in the middle of the night with a phone call from the desk looking for someone else, ending apologies, but no explanation.
The room and facilities were comfortable and clean.
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