AddressTaito-ku Ikenohata 4-16-8 TokyoSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The original Ryokan Katsutarō has a quiet and family-like atmosphere, with very affable managers. Though the building may be aged, the eight tatami rooms have been renovated without ruining the inn’s character; some have en suite baths, others don't. Bicycle rental is available.
Our independent authors have visited Ryokan Katsutaro and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in Ueno & Around.
Description provided by property
Ryokan Katsutaro offers traditional Japanese-style accommodation at an affordable price. Rooms include futon bedding and tatami floors. Free Wi-Fi provided. All rooms are non-smoking.
Katsutaro Ryokan Hotel is a 15-minute walk from JR Ueno Train Station, which offers easy access to Akihabara and Ginza. The Ueno Zoo is less than a 10-minute walk away.
The air-conditioned rooms at Hotel Katsutaro Ryokan offer a television and wake-up service. Rooms with private bathrooms and toilets are available. Some rooms have shared bathrooms and toilets. All rooms offer both broadband internet and Wi-Fi access free of charge.
Laundry service is offered by the hotel. Bicycles are available for hire, making it easy for guests to explore the nearby park and reach the train station quickly. A coin-operated washer and dryer are available.
A variety of dining options are available near JR Ueno Train Station.
The hotel is locked at 22:00. Guests planning to return later than 22:00 should request that day's door-lock code from the front desk before leaving (code changes daily). Please inform Ryokan Katsutaro in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.
Services & facilities
- Family rooms
- Bicycle rental
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Free WiFi
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