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Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu
At a Glance
- affordable rooms
- located in a historic temple area
- close to subway station
- not convenient to central Tokyo
- some guests may feel uncomfortable with futon beds and communal Japanese bathing
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Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu Review
Just off Nakamise-dori and inside the Senso-ji grounds, this small inn, with both Japanese- and Western-style rooms, could not be better located for a visit to the temple. The best options are the rooms with futon bedding and tatami floors, though they can be cramped for more than two people. Western rooms are plain and a bit dated. Both options have private baths; or you can head to the sixth floor to soak in a Japanese-style wooden communal bath with a view of the Senso-ji pagoda.
- Address: 1–31–11 Asakusa, Asakusa, Tokyo, 111-0032 | Map It
- Phone: 03/3843–2345
- Website: www.shigetsu.com/e/index.html
- Subway: Ginza subway line, Asakusa Station (Exit 1/Kaminari-mon Exit).
- Location: Asakusa
- 8 Western-style rooms, 15 Japanese-style rooms.
- Rate includes no meals.
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