Sukeroku No Yado Sadachiyo, Asakusa / Ryokan
2-20-1 Asakusa Taito-ku, 111-0032 JP
Tokyo: Ueno / Asakusa
20 rooms, 6 floors
Located on central Asakusa, Sukeroku No Yado Sadachiyo is a Ryokan, traditonal Japanese-style Inn in Asakusa and ideal accommodation for travelers who love Japanese local atomosphere and Edo culture.
The area still remains old and traditional down-town feel in Tokyo. Decorated with Ukiyoe (Japanese woodblock prints depicting everyday life in the Edo Period), this accommodation features unique interior of facilities and guest rooms. Antique tools and furniture will make you feel the atmosphere of the Edo Period.
Sukeroku no Yado Sadachiyo is located in just 3 minutes walk to Hanayashiki, the oldest amusement park in Japan (the park opened 1853) and 5minutes walk to the Sensoji Temple.
Asakusa itself has ideal access to everywhere in/around Tokyo area, also directly connected with both Narita and Haneda international airport.
Traditional Edo dinner and breakfast are available in this accommodation. Also there are variety of restaurants from traditional Japanese to French restaurant around this accommodation - save your money at a budget eat-in or enjoy luxury dinner at a fancy restaurant.
Complimentary Edo style strap with a wood plate engraved your name will be offered from the owner per guest when you check out.
10minutes walk from/to Asakusa station (Ginza line, Asakusa line and Tobu line)
From/to Narita Airport: 60minutes by direct train
From/to Haneda Airport: 50minutes by direct train
To Akihabara: 3minutes by Tsukuba express line
To Tokyo Sky Tree® (new Tokyo Tower) 3minutes ride or 30minutes walk
To Ueno: 3minutes by Ginza subway or 30minutes walk To Ginza: 15minutes by Ginza subway
To Nikko: 120minutes by Tobu Nikko line