"Taito Ryokan" is a japanese style hotel in Asakusa,TOKYO. Everyday low price at JPY3,000 per person per night.
|東京浅草 台東旅館||Add : Nishi-Asakusa 2-1-4, Taito-ku, TOKYO
Tel : 03-3843-2822 / +81 3-3843-2822 (from overseas)
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
|Taito Ryokan in Asakusa, TOKYO|
|Traditional Japanese style guesthouse in Tokyo for travellers|
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|YoKoSo (Welcome) to Tokyo!
YoKoSo to Taito Ryokan!
Small, Old (built in 1950, but renovated in Feb-Mar 2011 with keeping original atmospeher) and Very traditional Japanese style house (using only natural materials such as wood, sand, soil, rice straw etc) in the heart of Asakusa became into budget Ryokan, traditional Japanese style-inn (hostel / guesthouse like, no meals provided), for travelers from all over the world since 2000.
More than 60 countries, 70,000 travelers stayed and enjoyed our unique house experience so far.
As we have been trying to keep this old house as it is (same as it was in 1950) & as a character of traditional Japanese style house, there is no perfect soundproof equipment (you may hear some noise sometimes, from street, hallway for example) like 5 star hotels.
But, if you want something different from ordinary hotels, hostels, guesthouses etc, why not stay with us! we will make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Not only Japanese style room with futon but 100% pure Japanese style house experience!!!
Wish we could see you soon at Taito Ryokan!
|What's New? :||Flea Market at Ooi Horse Race Track (Feb 17th & 18th), Akihabara (Feb
Iidabashi Ramla (Feb 17th & 18th), Shinjuku Chuo Park (Feb 17th) & Kinshi Park (Feb 18th)
|Tako Ichi (Kite Market) at Oji Inari Shrine (Feb 19th)|
|Tokyo Marathon (Feb 25th)|
|Attention :||We will be closed from Feb. 21st for 10 days (re-open from March 3rd). Any inquiry during this period, please send an email to us instead of telephone call. Thank you very much for your kind cooperation in advance.|
Last Update : Feb 14th, 2018
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