AddressToshima-ku, Ikebukuro 2-36-8 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Easily one of the best budget ryokan in Tokyo, this convivial inn provides a welcoming base for travellers discovering the city. Fragrant tatami rooms are small but not cramped, and the large, wood-floored lounge area is a comfortable place to meet fellow travellers over green tea. Clean showers and toilets are shared, and there’s a lovely Japanese cypress bath. Book well in advance.
Our independent authors have visited Kimi Ryokan and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Lidabashi & Northwest Tokyo.
Services & facilities
- Designated smoking area
- Non-smoking throughout
- Vending machine (drinks)
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
Description provided by property
Just 600 metres from JR Ikebukuro Train Station, the completely non-smoking Kimi Ryokan offers traditional Japanese rooms with tatami (woven-straw) flooring and futon beds. A Cypress-wood public bath is featured.
Guest rooms at Ryokan Kimi are air-conditioned and have shoji paper screens. Baths, showers and toilets are shared.
Nearby Ikebukuro Station offers direct train access to Shinjuku, Harajuku, Shibuya and Ueno within 15 minutes. Kimi Ryokan is 1.5 km from the Sunshine City complex, which houses shops, restaurants and an aquarium.
Decorated with flower arrangements and traditional Japanese touches, the common area features a satellite flat-screen TV. Free Wi-Fi access and a free-use internet station are provided. A refrigerator, microwave and coin-operated launderette are also available.
Please note Kimi Ryokan has a 02:00 curfew. Doors reopen at 07:00.
If planning to check in after 22:00, please inform the hotel in advance. If you do not notify the hotel, your reservation may be cancelled.
If you require an extra bed, please contact the hotel in advance to guarantee availability.
In addition to credit cards, payment is accepted in cash or travelers' checks in Japanese Yen.
An accommodation tax per person per night is not included in the rate and is to be paid directly at the property.
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