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Ryokan Katsutaro

  • Stairs leading up to the rooms!

  • Communal room

  • Futon and yukata

  • cozy ryokan, sitting area

  • cozy ryokan, bedroom

Pros

  • A traditional and unique Japanese experience
  • Reasonably priced room rates
  • Free use of computers in lobby

Cons

  • No breakfast served
  • Baths are small
  • Some rooms have shared Japanese baths

Updated 08/13/2013

Fodor's Review

Established four decades ago, this small, simple, economical inn is a five-minute walk from the entrance to Ueno Koen (Ueno Park) and a 10-minute walk from the Tokyo National Museum. Rather spacious guest rooms—the quietest are in the back, away from the main street—have traditional tatami flooring that the futon bedding is rolled out on. The largest rooms can accommodate up to five people, and the lobby includes computers with Internet access. Wi-Fi is also available.

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Hotel Information

Address:

4–16–8 Ikenohata, Tokyo, 110-0008, Japan

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Phone:

03-3821–9808

Hotel Details:

  • 7 Japanese-style rooms, 4 with bath
  • No meals

Updated 08/13/2013

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