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Skytree And Natural Hot Springs! 4 Ryokan And Hotels In Asakusa Where You Can Feel A Japanese Atmosphere

Skytree And Natural Hot Springs! 4 Ryokan And Hotels In Asakusa Where You Can Feel A Japanese Atmosphere

Date published: 4 February 2021
Last updated: 24 February 2021

Tokyo's historic Asakusa neighborhood is full of personality and, there, you can take in classic downtown scenery while experiencing Japan's characteristic hospitality. To really get to know Asakusa, it's best to have a relaxed pace and stay overnight.

Here are four ryokan inns and hotels in Asakusa especially recommended for overseas visitors. You're sure to find the right accommodations to suit your style, with an attractive Japanese atmosphere and interiors, places where you can enjoy Asakusa's unique scenery, and refreshing hot springs. You can also rest assured that COVID-19 countermeasures are in place at each.

Table of Contents
  1. 1. Asakusa Hotel Hatago: A Japanese-style hotel with a panoramic view
  2. 2. Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Spring: Enjoy the feeling of an onsen ryokan in Tokyo
  3. 3. Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata: Superb views from the observation terrace and guest rooms
  4. 4. Prostyle Ryokan Tokyo Asakusa: An inn with the comfort and functionality of a hotel

1. Asakusa Hotel Hatago: A Japanese-style hotel with a panoramic view

1. Asakusa Hotel Hatago: A Japanese-style hotel with a panoramic view
The open view lounge
Evening in the lounge

About a 2-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Toei Asakusa Line, Asakusa Hotel Hatago features an open-air observation lounge with a view of the Skytree, Sumida River, and Tokyo's spectacular night skyline. In July, the Sumida River Fireworks Festival takes place right in front of the hotel.

Every detail of the Asakusa Hotel Hatago's decor has a Japanese feel to it. All guest rooms are tatami-matted, and the hotel achieves a calm atmosphere reminiscent of that of ancient Edo through its shoji screens, writing desks, and wallpaper.

Asakusa Hotel Hatago's rooms are Japanese-style and feature the outstanding comfort of Simmons beds. The new building opened in June 2020, upgrading the hotel and increasing the level of comfort and convenience.

Although the rooms themselves offer no view, the hotel is conveniently located near the station and easily accessible from the airport, making it popular with both international travelers and Japanese who want to go sightseeing in Asakusa.

Double room
Deluxe Twin Room (Available by telephone reservation only)

Rooms
Number of rooms: 30 *All rooms are non-smoking
Room types: Single, Twin, and Deluxe twin room (telephone reservation only)

Meals
No meals available

International guest assistance
Front desk staff can serve customers in English (no other languages available)

Countermeasures against Covid-19
In addition to the installation of ozone deodorizers in all rooms safety measures include:

•Disinfection, sterilization, and cleaning of hotel and facilities
•Hand sanitizer available
•Disinfection after each checkout
•Adequate ventilation
•Use of coin trays used
•Installation of plastic partitions
•Staff wear masks, gargle, wash hands regularly, and monitor temperature
•Limited capacity
•Increased space between seats
•Admission restrictions/reservation system
•Entry denied to those feeling unwell
•Guests required to wear masks
•Guest temperature checks
•Employee room service entry restrictions
•Automated check-in and non-face-to-face support

  • Asakusa Hotel Hatago
    • Address Taito-ku Komagata 2-6-8, Tokyo-to, 111-0043
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    • Nearest Station Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line / Toei Asakusa Line / Tobu Isesaki Line (Tobu Sky Tree Line) / Tsukuba Express)
      9 minutes on foot

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2. Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Spring: Enjoy the feeling of an onsen ryokan in Tokyo

2. Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Spring: Enjoy the feeling of an onsen ryokan in Tokyo

Four minutes from Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station, Onyado Nono Asakusa Natural Hot Springs is a contemporary hotel that combines a business hotel and a Japanese inn.

All the floors are covered with tatami mats, so you can take off your shoes and relax not only in the guest rooms but also in the elevators and corridors.

Queen room
Twin room

Rooms
Number of rooms: 154 (49 Single, 75 Double, 8 Queen, 22 Twin)
Room types: Single, Double, Queen, and Twin rooms

The large public bath with a natural hot spring. (*Image for marketing purposes only. Photography is not permitted in the bath.)

The large communal bath offers relaxation to customers from business travelers to sightseers, and they can enjoy a natural "black hot spring"— a rarity in Tokyo.

Men’s Sauna

Meals

Sample breakfast (available only by reservation)
A delicious salmon roe breakfast bowl (limited crab bowls also available)

The inn's breakfasts, with the theme of "immunity enhancement," are also popular. Guests can choose from about twenty types of hot or cold dishes and salads, each served in individual containers for the sake of safety, and soup with plenty of ginger will warm you as well.

International guest assistance
Multilingual information available (English, Chinese, and Korean)
Rental of international electric plug adapters

Countermeasures against Covid-19
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Dormy Inn Group has taken thorough action with disinfection via strong ultrafine particle sprayers, drying with proper ventilation after disinfection, the use of face shields by employees. Other measures include:

•Disinfection, sterilization, and cleaning of hotel and facilities
•Hand sanitizer available
•Disinfection after each checkout
•Adequate ventilation
•Use of coin trays used
•Installation of plastic partitions
•Staff wear masks, gargle, wash hands regularly, and monitor temperature
•Limited capacity
•Increased space between seats
•Admission restrictions/reservation system
•Entry denied to those feeling unwell
•Guests required to wear masks
•Guest temperature checks
•Employee room service entry restrictions
•Automated check-in and non-face-to-face support

3. Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata: Superb views from the observation terrace and guest rooms

3. Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata: Superb views from the observation terrace and guest rooms

Just outside the elevator exit of Asakusa Station on the Sky Access Line and Toei Asakusa Line, Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata is in the best location for sightseeing in Asakusa, offering a spectacular terrace view of Tokyo Skytree and the Sumida River. The hotel has a modern Japanese decor, and you can relax in a quiet, compact yet functional room.

View Twin Room

From some upper floor rooms, Asakusa's iconic Kaminarimon and Tokyo Skytree. All rooms have coffee and Japanese tea service and the TV monitors are browser-equipped.

Near the hotel there are places to enjoy cultural experiences like wearing a rental kimono, sightseeing in a rickshaw, and making food samples and glass beads. The front desk staff can assist you with reservations if needed.

Zen Japanese Room

Rooms
Number of rooms: 30 *All non-smoking
Room types: Double, Twin, View Twin, Japanese Twin, Zen Japanese, and Universal Rooms

Meals

All reservations include a complimentary breakfast (bread and juice). Some packages allow you to choose breakfast and dinner at a restaurant outside the hotel.

International guest assistance
Front desk staff can serve customers in English and Chinese

Countermeasures against COVID-19
Measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 include:

•Disinfection, sterilization, and cleaning of hotel and facilities
•Hand sanitizer available
•Disinfection after each checkout
•Adequate ventilation
•Use of coin trays used
•Installation of plastic partitions
•Staff wear masks, gargle, wash hands regularly, and monitor temperature
•Limited capacity
•Increased space between seats
•Admission restrictions/reservation system
•Entry denied to those feeling unwell
•Guests required to wear masks
•Guest temperature checks
•Employee room service entry restrictions
•Automated check-in and non-face-to-face support

4. Prostyle Ryokan Tokyo Asakusa: An inn with the comfort and functionality of a hotel

4. Prostyle Ryokan Tokyo Asakusa: An inn with the comfort and functionality of a hotel
Top floor Corner Suite Room with a view of Tokyo Skytree

A 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Tobu Skytree Line, Prostyle Ryokan is a Japanese inn with a calm atmosphere, despite the urban setting. All rooms feature tatami flooring, providing a welcoming sense of traditional Japanese home life.

Open-air bath in the corner suite

The inn's unique services are a popular addition, including the opportunity to wear a kimono while walking around Asakusa and workshops for international guests.

(*Currently, kimono wearing, rickshaw sightseeing, and tea ceremony services are temporarily canceled due to the state of emergency but planned to resume in the future.)

1st floor Bar lounge

At the Bar lounge on the 1st floor, you can enjoy an evening whiskey, sake, or shochu, mainly from Japanese brands. As a COVID-19 countermeasure, room service may be ordered so you can enjoy a drink in your room.

Moderate Twin Room

Rooms
Number of rooms: 43 *All non-smoking
Room types: Corner Suite, Suite, Corner Twin, King, Moderate Twin, and Standard Double

Meals
An offshoot of the main branch in Shirokane, the inn's Kotakino meat restaurant offers classic dishes like Beef tongue shabu-shabu and kin-agu pork shabu-shabu.

There are two types of breakfast available – Japanese and Western. The Japanese option includes Asakusa yuba (a tofu dish) and tsukudani (a seaweed dish) ordered from a long-established store in Asakusa, which has been in business for 150 years.

The Western breakfast consists of bread and salad. Currently, buffet service has been suspended and meals are served on individual plates.

International guest assistance
Front desk staff can serve customers in English

Countermeasures against Covid-19
Thorough infection prevention measures are in place to manage the cleanliness of the facilities, employee hygiene, and the health of guests, as well as limiting guest numbers to avoid the Three Cs. Measures include:

•Disinfection, sterilization, and cleaning of hotel and facilities
•Hand sanitizer available
•Disinfection after each checkout
•Adequate ventilation
•Use of coin trays used
•Installation of plastic partitions
•Staff wear masks, gargle, wash hands regularly, and monitor temperature
•Limited capacity
•Increased space between seats
•Admission restrictions/reservation system
•Entry denied to those feeling unwell
•Guests required to wear masks
•Guest temperature checks
•Employee room service entry restrictions
•Automated check-in and non-face-to-face support

  • PROSTYLE RYOKAN TOKYO ASAKUSA
    PROSTYLE旅館 東京浅草
    • Address 2-12-11, Hanakawado, Taito Ku, Tokyo, 111-0033, Japan
    • Nearest Station A 5-minute walk from Tobu Skytree Line Asakusa Station Tobu Shomen Exit,a 6-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station Exit 5, a 10-minute walk from Tsukuba Express Station Asakusa Station Exit A1, or a a 7-minute walk from Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Station Exit A5.
      * Within walking distance of major sightseeing spots in Asakusa including Sensoji Temple
    • Phone Number 03-5830-6015
    • Hours: 24-hour reception; check-in 15:00 (Last check-in 24:00), check-out 12:00

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These four hotels and ryokan inns have the distinction of offering guests a true feeling of Japanese atmosphere even in the center of the city as where they can rest and relax away the fatigue of traveling. Be sure to slow down and take your time sightseeing in Asakusa!

* Due to COVID-19, business hours may be changed and temporary closures or changes in services may occur.

English translation: Gabriel Wilkinson

Written by:

Miyuki Yajima

Miyuki Yajima

After working in planning, editing, and business development/sales at a continuing education business, she is currently working as a writer, yoga instructor, and traveler in pursuit of a multi-career lifestyle that combines hobbies and work. She also likes fashion, Japanese culture, and music.

*This information is from the time of this article's publication.
*Prices and options mentioned are subject to change.
*Unless stated otherwise, all prices include tax.

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