AddressTaito-ku Nihonzutsumi 2-34-10 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
About 2km north of Asakusa in the Sanya area, the minimalist and modern Andon Ryokan is fabulously designed in form and function. It has tiny but immaculate tatami rooms and a spectacular upper-floor bath. Other pluses include free internet access, DVD players, cheap breakfast and laundry facilities.
Our independent authors have visited Andon Ryokan and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Tokyo.
Description provided by property
Andon Ryokan is a 5-minute walk from Minowa Subway Station and a 20-minute walk from the historical Asakusa. Boasting award-winning architecture, the hotel offers a hot tub, bicycle rentals and Japanese-style rooms with free wired internet.
Guest rooms feature tatami (woven-straw) flooring with traditional futon bedding. Each room is equipped with a TV and a DVD player. Toilets and bathroom facilities are shared.
The Ryokan offers cultural activities such as tea ceremony and flower arrangement classes. There is a launderette on site for guests’ convenience.
Andon offers a selection of delicious Western breakfasts, which are cooked to preference and served in the common kitchen.
Ryokan Andon is a 10-minute journey from downtown area Ueno.
Full payment is required at check-in.
Guests arriving after 22:00 are requested to inform the hotel in advance. This can be done in the comment box during booking, or using the contact details in the booking confirmation.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- Bicycle rental
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
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