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Tokyo : lodging in Ueno/Asakusa 2005/4/28 21:21
Tokyo 23-ku
hello, I look for a nice, quiet and cheap lodging in Tokyo.
Did anybody try (or heard about)
Suzuki Ryokan
Andon Ryokan
Kikuya Ryokan

Is Taito Ryokan really noisy ?

All other ideas are welcome

Thank you in advance
by Marina  

Sawanoya 2005/5/1 02:25
I have always stayed at the Sawanoya ryokan in Ueno. It's a little hard to find, but it's the cheapest place in Tokyo.

http://www.tctv.ne.jp/members/sawanoya/eigo.html
by Marlo Rocci rate this post as useful

thanks 2005/5/1 07:24
Thank you ! this ryokan looks great and very friendly indeed... unhappily it is full on the requested dates ! next time may be !
by Marina rate this post as useful

Try Toyoko Inns ? 2005/5/1 08:58
Hi Marina,
I don't know what your budget is, but you may want to consider Toyoko Inn hotel group. They have a couple in the Asakusa ares and according to their website their availability looks OK.
Their website - www.toyoko-inn.com - there is an English site there.
Good luck !
by Bob rate this post as useful

thank you too 2005/5/1 09:03
Good idea ! thank you. I read several times about these hotels. I'll try.
by Marina rate this post as useful

Look at this! 2005/5/9 04:25
http://www.suntargas.co.jp/english/np.shtml

The lowest price I can find is this. Also one of my favourite hotel.
by hey hey rate this post as useful

Thank you too 2005/5/10 04:06
Thank you I check this too !
by Marina rate this post as useful

new koyo ryokan 2006/4/3 01:16
there is the cheapest ryokan in tokyo.
by jeff rate this post as useful

... 2006/4/3 10:31
New Koyo is not a ryokan! But they do have Japanese style rooms:
http://www.newkoyo.com/index.html
by Uji rate this post as useful

asakusa area 2006/4/3 14:10
we just got back from spending a fortnight in Tokyo. Spent 4 nights total at Toyoko Inn - Asakusa Komagata. Just a few minutes away from Kaminarimon Gate, and has two metro station nearby. Though room is small (we booked a double room at 8,820/night) it's comfy enough for us and our 3 yr old.
by lina rate this post as useful

taito ryokan 2006/5/30 03:53
by jep rate this post as useful

New Koyo Backpacker's Hotel 2007/8/7 23:15
Help me please!

I can not contact to the hotel. What is the semi-double room? Can 2 persons share the room? Is the rate of 4800 Yen per room or per person?

Thanks
by Mao rate this post as useful

Finally, 2007/8/9 21:40
It's great!
2 person can share in the semi double japanese room and 4800 yen per room.
by Mao rate this post as useful

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