AddressTaito-ku Nihonzutsumi 2-34-10 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
About 2km north of Asakusa, 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 spa, which can be used privately. The owner collects antiques and will serve you breakfast on dishes worth more than your stay.
Andon also has a full program of cultural events, bike rentals and laundry facilities. It's a five-minute walk from the subway.
Our independent authors have visited Andon Ryokan and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Asakusa & Around.
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.
Services & facilities
- Bicycle rental
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Free WiFi
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