Excellent location, many shops and restaurants close by
This place was exactly how it was described and pictured but so much more. Right from the entrance you’re asked to take off your shoes and given a shoe locker to put them in. Upon check in the lady gave us each a goodie bag and a tea bag looking thing which we later learned was bath salt for our ...
I arrived in the middle of the night by bus at a bus stop and had no trouble finding the hotel. Check in was super easy. Sure the hotel is a little worn but the room and staff were very welcoming. I spent 8 days there but even if your spending a day or two in Asakusa the hotel is within walking distance ...
Everything is very Perfect! I would like to stay here again!
This is a beautiful traditional hotel and public bath very close to the temple. Quiet, clean, convenient, lovely.
We spent two weeks in Japan and our stay here was the absolute highlight. My children loved the hotel so much they didn’t want to leave to go sightseeing! The rooms are gorgeous and sparkling clean. The beds and futons are very clean and comfortable. The breakfast is delicious and you can choose ...
Small Ryokan comfortable and clean. As usual in Japan the staff has been very accommodating and friendly. Close to transportation, 5 minutes walk to Ueno Park and its zoo.
The room is too small. It barely fits two persons.
Book a ryokan in Tokyo
Find your special home-away-from-home when you book your next vacation at a ryokan in Tokyo. These traditional Japanese accommodations will make you feel like you’ve stepped back in time. Orbitz has some amazing deals on these classic Japanese guest houses in Tokyo, so book now and get ready for an adventure.
Ryokan amenities in Tokyo
When you stay at a traditional Japanese hotel like a ryokan, you’ll enjoy classic hospitality. Breakfast and dinner are served daily and are included in your room price. Dinner can be quite elaborate, so make sure you bring your appetite. Ryokan menus often include seasonal and regional delicacies, so your meal will likely showcase the fresh fruits, vegetables and meats of Tokyo. When you want to go outside, you’ll be provided with geta, footwear that resembles clogs and flip-flops.
Ryokans come in a variety of styles. A smaller ryokan with just a few rooms is one of the best ways to meet new people and trade travel stories. The owner will be able to point out all the great things to do in Tokyo and may even be able to set you up with a tour guide or additional activities. Larger, more modern ryokans are also available, offering hundreds of rooms and an experience similar to what you’d expect at a regular hotel.
If you can’t go a day without soaking in a hot tub, book a stay at an onsen ryokan. This type of ryokan gives you access to private hot springs—and ultimate relaxation. After a long day of sightseeing, there’s nothing better than siding into a hot spring and letting your cares drift away.