Chisun Inn Asakusa

1-4-17 Komagata Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0043, Japan
+81 338 430 108

AED 293+

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    The Chisun Inn Asakusa hotel is located in the famous Asakusa area on Edo Dori Street running parallel to Sumida River. It is a few hundred meters from one of the most famous sightseeing spots Asakusa Kaminari-mon(Senso-ji Temple). The area has good access to outside and other parts of Tokyo from three subway/railway stations. It is three minutes on foot from Exit A1 of Asakusa station on the Asakusa line directly connecting to Narita and Haneda Airport. Asakusa station on the Ginza line goes to major areas of Tokyo Ueno Ginza Akasaka and Shibuya. Otherwise Kuramae station on the Oedo line is a three minute-walk from the hotel which leads to Shinjuku and Roppongi. Asakusa station on Tobu line is the terminal for journey to Nikko. The departure point of Tokyo Water Cruise next to Komagata Bridge is also within walking distance. The headquarter of the well-known Japanese toy producer Bandai is just next to the hotel. Asakusa one of the most important tourism spots of Tokyo is also filled with local restaurants and bars. Due to its location and convenient access to other areas this hotel is a good choice for travellers who are looking for reasonable accommodation and are planning to visit major sightseeing spots in Tokyo by public transportation. All rooms are very small with simple decor and a pale colour scheme. All are equipped with a small closet a trouser press and Internet access. The bathroom is also very small but kept in good condition. Double room has one bed 140cm width. There is a restaurant on the ground floor offering breakfast and lunch (weekday only) overlooking the street. the hotel is an 11-storey white building with pillars in orange which is the hotel's trademark colour facing to Edo-Dori(street). The lobby is very small with some seating. There are two PCs for Internet access. Self-service laundry room is next to the reception.

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