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Ryokan Mikawaya Honten

  • 1–30–12 Asakusa Map It
  • Asakusa


  • Affordable accommodations
  • Traditional Japanese experience
  • Interesting shopping in the area


  • Futons and tatami might not be suitable for those accustomed to Western-style beds
  • Small rooms
  • Friendly staff struggles with English

Updated 08/13/2013

Fodor's Review

In the heart of Asakusa, this concrete ryokan is just behind the Kaminari-mon, the gateway leading to the Senso-ji complex. Nearby are the Nakamise souvenir market and the Kappabashi restaurant-supply street, two popular sightseeing spots. The Japanese-style rooms are small for two people and lack sizable storage areas but will do the trick for short stays. Spring for the tasty traditional Japanese breakfast, priced at 1,500 yen. Though English-challenged, the staff is

attentive and very friendly. In-room Wi-Fi is available.

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Hotel Information


1–30–12 Asakusa, Tokyo, Kanagawa-ken, 111-0032, Japan

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Hotel Details:

  • 15 rooms
  • Rate includes No meals

Updated 08/13/2013

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