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Lightning Hotel
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Luggage storage
  3. Laundry service
  4. Safety deposit boxes
  5. Wi-Fi in public areas
  6. Family room
  7. Vending machine
  8. Lockers
"Great capsule hotel in asakusa area. Nearest metro station (Tawaramachi) 5 min walking distance. Sensoji also very close. I would come again "
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8.6

Excellent

3460 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 70
APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Spa
  7. Coffee shop
  8. Laundry service
"its a very clean and neat hotel.. rooms are very small. but in japan is normal unless ur going for some 5 star hotel.. its super clean so i loved it.. anyone with huge body im sorry but u wont like it cos the room is that small. the onsen in top floor is something to try. its located in asakusa ( teh traditional tokyo) and literally 10steps away frm train station. food in asakusa is cheap compare to the city. check out is at 11.am.. i wish it was at 12pm. if you are going for a budget hotel this is a good option. "
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8.7

Excellent

8872 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 97
APA Hotel Asakusa Kuramaekita
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Check-in/out [express]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Laundry service
  6. Safety deposit boxes
  7. Wi-Fi in public areas
  8. Smoking area
"Staff is nice and will go out of their way to help you"
8.9

Excellent

1237 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 98
Resol Poshtel Tokyo Asakusa
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Luggage storage
  3. Laundry service
  4. Safety deposit boxes
  5. Wi-Fi in public areas
  6. Smoking area
  7. Vending machine
  8. Security [24-hour]
"Is only a couple weeks old. Staff were accommodating and bathroom and living areas were kept clean. Everyday they would provide a amenities bag everyday which includes slippers, a bath towel, face towel, and a tooth brush. The only downside we’re the other people staying in the cabins next to me. They were super loud at all hours of the day walking in and out and found it really hard to sleep during the day and night. Would be awesome if there was a sign that told others to keep quiet and use living areas to make noise"
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9.4

Exceptional

1047 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 43
APA Hotel Asakusa Kuramae Ekimae
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Laundry service
  7. Safety deposit boxes
  8. Wi-Fi in public areas
"Friendly staff with bag holding made my trip so much easier"
8.8

Excellent

939 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 94
APA Hotel Asakusa Kuramae
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Check-in/out [express]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Spa
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"my stay at APA asakusa hotel was terrific, hotel staff were nice and accomadting, and catered to our needs, the location was superb as it is located near the station and the famous sensoji temple, and also it has a lot of small restaurants nearby. I would recommend this hotel to other travellers who are staying in Japan, and will also come back to stay at their hotel"
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8.1

Excellent

4103 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 100
Richmond Hotel Premier Tokyo Schole
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Contactless check-in/out
  6. Sauna
  7. Coffee shop
  8. Laundry service
"Fun riverside location next to Tokyo Skytree & Skytree Town/ Solamachi. Easy walk across river to Asakusa, along Oyokogawa park to Ryogoku. Easy train access to/from Haneda & Narita (I tried both). Metro (Hanzomon & Asakusa lines), taxi stand and buses on your doorstep. Selfserve laundry and Sizzler restaurant in hotel. HandyPhone in each room. Large, clean rooms with Japanese bathroom (meaning separate toilet and shower rooms with deep soaking tub) Free WiFi. See Skytree lit up, access to restaurants and shops every night. Large supermarket (open late) and home store in same building as Hotel. Mall stores and cafes open 10 AM-9 PM, restaurants later. Front desk has functional English. Family Mart 1/2 block away. A very comfortable hotel for long term stay for business or holiday."
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9.1

Exceptional

6952 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 300
Far East Village Hotel Tokyo, Asakusa
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  2. Front desk [24-hour]
  3. Wi-Fi in public areas
  4. Lockers
  5. Security [24-hour]
  6. Daily housekeeping
  7. Smoke-free property
  8. Daily disinfection in common areas
"Facilities is perfect with nice hotel lounge on second floor"
8.7

Excellent

2369 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 109
Asakusa View Hotel
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Shuttle service
  3. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  4. Front desk [24-hour]
  5. Luggage storage
  6. Swimming pool [indoor]
  7. Bar
  8. Laundry service
"The room of this hotel for the Quadruple room is bigger than the normal Japanese hotel's room.4 people and 4 24"luggages, the room still has free space to be a little living room. The only thing that I'm quite wondering why 4-star hotel-like Asakusa View hotel hasn't got any fitness room for their guest?? The hotel has a fitness center for their MEMBER only but not allow for their hotel's guests. How weird it is!! In my opinion, the location is not as good as I expected. The nearest train is the Tsukuba line, which is the local line from MORIYA to AKIHABARA. That means if you want to travel in Tokyo by JR line. You always take Tsukuba line from Asakusa to Akihabara and then you can take whatever train both JR and Local line to go on. It wastes your time so much to do that or you must walk around 1 KM. through Senso-ji Temple to take Ginza line or Asakusa line. So if your concern about your transportation maybe this hotel is not suitable for your style."
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8.6

Excellent

5105 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 246
Vessel Inn Asakusa Tsukuba Express
Asakusa,Asakusa - View on map
  1. Car park
  2. Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
  3. Front desk [24-hour]
  4. Luggage storage
  5. Game room
  6. Coffee shop
  7. Laundry service
  8. Restaurants
"Love the interior design and staff attitude is exceptional"
8.5

Excellent

1273 reviews

Avg price per night
USD 111

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Frequently asked questions

What's the average price of a hotel in Asakusa?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Asakusa is USD 116. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Asakusa is USD 178. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Asakusa is USD 123.

What's the average price of a hotel in Asakusa this weekend?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Asakusa this weekend is USD 117. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Asakusa this weekend is USD 179. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Asakusa this weekend is USD 132.

What's the average price of a hotel in Asakusa tonight?

The average price for a 3-star hotel in Asakusa tonight is USD 117. The average price for a 4-star hotel in Asakusa tonight is USD 172. The average price for a 5-star hotel in Asakusa tonight is USD 125.

What are the best hotels in Asakusa near Sensoji Temple?

Verified travelers to Asakusa who stayed near Sensoji Temple have given top reviews to Sakura Hostel Asakusa, Tosei Hotel Cocone Asakusa and Khaosan World Asakusa Hostel.

What are the best hotels in Asakusa near Tokyo Skytree?

Verified travelers to Asakusa who stayed near Tokyo Skytree have given top reviews to TOKYO BIYORI HOMESTAY, KYARA Hotel 白鳥 and Tosei Hotel Cocone Asakusa.

What are the best hotels in Asakusa near Asakusa?

Verified travelers to Asakusa who stayed near Asakusa have given top reviews to Sakura Hostel Asakusa, Tosei Hotel Cocone Asakusa and Khaosan World Asakusa Hostel.

What are the most popular hotels in Asakusa?

Some of our most popular hotels in Asakusa are APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae, Lightning Hotel and Asakusa Tobu Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Asakusa for couples?

Hotels in Asakusa that are highly rated by couples include APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae, Lightning Hotel and Asakusa Tobu Hotel.

What are the best hotels in Asakusa for families?

Hotels in Asakusa that are highly rated by families include APA Hotel Asakusa Tawaramachi Ekimae, Lightning Hotel and Asakusa Tobu Hotel.

What hotels in Asakusa have the best views?

Verified travelers to Asakusa have given top reviews for the views at Dormy Inn EXPRESS Asakusa, The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic and Hotel Wing International Select Asakusa Komagata.

What hotels in Asakusa have the best breakfast?

Verified travelers to Asakusa have given top reviews for the breakfast at Richmond Hotel Asakusa, Andon Ryokan Hotel and Almont Hotel Asakusa.

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Discover the Hidden Gems of Asakusa in Tokyo, Japan

Asakusa is a district in Tokyo, Japan, that is known for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant atmosphere. It is home to some of the most iconic landmarks in the city, including the Sensoji Temple, Nakamise Shopping Street, and the Tokyo Skytree. But beyond these tourist attractions, Asakusa is also a place where you can discover the hidden gems of Tokyo. From traditional Japanese crafts to local cuisine, there is something for everyone in this bustling neighborhood. One of the hidden gems of Asakusa is the Sumida Hokusai Museum, which is dedicated to the works of the famous Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai. The museum features a collection of his paintings, woodblock prints, and sketches, as well as exhibits that showcase the history and culture of the Edo period. Visitors can also participate in workshops and classes to learn more about traditional Japanese art and crafts. Another hidden gem of Asakusa is the Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center, which is located next to the Sensoji Temple. The center is designed to look like a traditional Japanese pagoda, and it offers a wealth of information about the history and culture of Asakusa. Visitors can also enjoy panoramic views of the city from the observation deck on the top floor of the center.

Top Reasons to Visit Asakusa: A Must-See Destination in Tokyo

Asakusa is a must-see destination in Tokyo, Japan, for many reasons. One of the top reasons to visit Asakusa is to experience the traditional Japanese culture that is still alive and well in this neighborhood. From the Sensoji Temple to the Nakamise Shopping Street, you can see and feel the history and traditions of Japan in every corner of Asakusa. Another reason to visit Asakusa is to enjoy the local cuisine. Asakusa is home to some of the best street food in Tokyo, including the famous Senbei (rice crackers) and Melonpan (sweet bread). You can also find a variety of traditional Japanese dishes, such as Tempura, Soba, and Udon, in the many restaurants and food stalls in the area. Asakusa is also a great place to shop for souvenirs and traditional Japanese crafts. The Nakamise Shopping Street is lined with shops that sell everything from Japanese fans and Kimonos to Samurai swords and lacquerware. You can also find a variety of handmade crafts, such as pottery, wood carvings, and calligraphy brushes, in the local markets and galleries.

How to Go to Asakusa: A Travel Guide for First-Time Visitors

Asakusa is located in the Taito ward of Tokyo, Japan, and it is easily accessible by public transportation. The most convenient way to get to Asakusa is by taking the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or the Toei Asakusa Line to the Asakusa Station. From there, you can walk to the Sensoji Temple and the Nakamise Shopping Street. If you are coming from the Tokyo Station, you can take the JR Yamanote Line to Ueno Station and transfer to the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or the Toei Asakusa Line. The trip should take about 20-30 minutes, depending on the route and the time of day. If you are coming from the Narita International Airport, you can take the Keisei Skyliner or the Narita Express to the Ueno Station and transfer to the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or the Toei Asakusa Line. The trip should take about 60-90 minutes, depending on the train and the time of day.

Fun Things to Do in Asakusa: Explore the Culture and Traditions of Japan

Asakusa is a place where you can explore the culture and traditions of Japan in many ways. One of the most popular things to do in Asakusa is to visit the Sensoji Temple, which is the oldest and most famous Buddhist temple in Tokyo. The temple complex includes a five-story pagoda, a main hall, and a beautiful garden that is filled with cherry blossoms in the spring. Another fun thing to do in Asakusa is to walk along the Nakamise Shopping Street, which is a traditional shopping arcade that dates back to the Edo period. The street is lined with shops that sell traditional Japanese souvenirs, snacks, and street food. You can also find a variety of street performers and artists who showcase their talents in the area. If you want to experience the nightlife in Asakusa, you can visit the Asakusa Rokku Entertainment District, which is a lively neighborhood that is filled with theaters, bars, and restaurants. The district is known for its traditional Japanese performances, such as Kabuki and Rakugo, as well as its modern entertainment, such as live music and comedy shows.

Why Use Agoda.com to Book a Hotel in Asakusa: Hassle-Free and Affordable

Agoda.com is the best website to use when booking a hotel in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. Agoda.com offers a wide range of hotels and accommodations in the area, from luxury hotels to budget guesthouses, that cater to every traveler's needs and budget. Booking a hotel through Agoda.com is also hassle-free and affordable. You can easily compare prices and amenities of different hotels on the website, and you can also read reviews from other travelers to help you make an informed decision. Agoda.com also offers special deals and discounts for its members, which can help you save money on your trip to Asakusa.

The Best Season to Visit Asakusa: Experience the Beauty of Tokyo All Year Round

Asakusa is a beautiful place to visit all year round, but the best season to visit depends on your preferences and interests. If you want to experience the cherry blossom season in Japan, which usually occurs in late March to early April, then spring is the best time to visit Asakusa. The Sensoji Temple and the nearby parks are filled with cherry blossoms during this time, and the atmosphere is festive and lively. If you want to avoid the crowds and the heat, then autumn is the best time to visit Asakusa. The weather is mild and comfortable, and the autumn foliage adds a beautiful touch to the temples and gardens in the area. You can also enjoy the local festivals and events that take place in Asakusa during this time, such as the Sanja Matsuri and the Hagoita Market.

Tips for Travelers That Would Like to Visit Asakusa: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Before you go to Asakusa, there are some tips that you should keep in mind to make your trip more enjoyable and hassle-free. First, you should wear comfortable shoes and clothes, as there is a lot of walking involved in exploring the neighborhood. You should also bring a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen if you are visiting during the summer, as it can get hot and humid in Tokyo. Second, you should bring cash with you, as many shops and restaurants in Asakusa do not accept credit cards. You should also bring a small bag or backpack to carry your belongings, as some of the streets and shops in the area can get crowded. Third, you should learn some basic Japanese phrases, such as "Arigato" (Thank you) and "Sumimasen" (Excuse me), as it can help you communicate with the locals and show your respect for their culture.

Where to Stay in Asakusa: The Best Hotels and Accommodations for Your Budget

Asakusa offers a wide range of hotels and accommodations that cater to every traveler's needs and budget. If you are looking for a luxury hotel, you can stay at the Richmond Hotel Premier Asakusa International, which offers spacious rooms, modern amenities, and panoramic views of the city. Another option is the Agora Place Tokyo Asakusa, which offers stylish rooms, a rooftop terrace, and a fitness center. If you are looking for a budget-friendly option, you can stay at the Dormy Inn EXPRESS Asakusa, which offers clean and comfortable rooms, a hot spring bath, and a complimentary breakfast. Another option is the Via Inn Asakusa, which offers affordable rooms, a restaurant, and a 24-hour front desk. For a more traditional experience, you can stay at the Asakusa Central Hotel, which is located in the heart of the neighborhood and offers Japanese-style rooms, a public bath, and a restaurant that serves local cuisine.

What to Eat in Asakusa: A Foodie's Guide to the Best Local Cuisine

Asakusa is a foodie's paradise, with a variety of local cuisine that is both delicious and affordable. One of the must-try dishes in Asakusa is the Senbei, which is a traditional Japanese rice cracker that comes in a variety of flavors, such as soy sauce, sesame, and seaweed. You can find Senbei in many shops and stalls along the Nakamise Shopping Street. Another popular dish in Asakusa is the Tempura, which is a deep-fried seafood or vegetable dish that is crispy and flavorful. You can find Tempura in many restaurants and food stalls in the area, such as the famous Daikokuya Tempura Restaurant. If you want to try something sweet, you can try the Melonpan, which is a sweet bread that is shaped like a melon and has a crispy crust and a soft and fluffy inside. You can find Melonpan in many bakeries and food stalls in Asakusa, such as the Kagetsudo Honten.

How to Travel Around Asakusa: A Guide to Public Transportation and Walking Tours

Asakusa is a neighborhood that is best explored on foot, as there are many sights and attractions that are within walking distance of each other. However, if you want to travel further, there are several public transportation options that you can use. The most convenient way to travel around Asakusa is by taking the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line or the Toei Asakusa Line, which connect the neighborhood to other parts of Tokyo. You can also take the Tokyo Water Bus, which offers a scenic route along the Sumida River and stops at several tourist spots in the area. If you want to join a walking tour, there are several options available in Asakusa, such as the Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center and the Asakusa Rickshaw Tour. These tours offer a unique and informative way to explore the neighborhood and learn more about its history and culture.