Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu

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About Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu, Taito

Overview of Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu

This article refers Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu in Taito, Japan. Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu is not the prime point of interest of Taito. Although, you can pay a quick visit to it if you are around.

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Getting around Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu, Taito

Public Transport : Subway - Train

Take a Subway taking you to Asakusabashi. The journey will take around 3 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly JPY 180. From Asakusabashi you can move to Yoyogi by taking the Train. The duration will be 18 minutes. The transit will cost you JPY 210. The total distance is 11.29 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Subway

It is recommended to take Subway which will cost you roughly JPY 340, taking around 37 minutes. The distance between the two points is 18.82 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Subway - Train

The transit method is Subway to Ueno-Hirokoji, costing around JPY 180. The duration of the trip is 7 minutes. From Ueno-Hirokoji, take a Train to Harajuku. The duration of this trip is 32 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of JPY 340. The total distance is 19.44 Kilometre.

Taxi

Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 13.09 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 16 minutes. The expense of the trip is JPY 6500.

Car

The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 16 minutes, covering a distance of 13.09 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 2.

Public Transport : Subway - Walk - Train

The transit method is Subway to Nihombashi, costing around JPY 200. The duration of the trip is 14 minutes. From Nihombashi, you can walk for 10 minutes to Tokyo. From Tokyo, take a Train to Kaihimmakuhari. The duration of this trip is 36 minutes. It will cost you an approximate expense of JPY 650. The total distance is 40.8 Kilometre.

Taxi

Suggested transit method is Taxi. The distance between the points being 28.88 Kilometre, the time taken for the journey is 21 minutes. The expense of the trip is JPY 13000.

Car

The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 21 minutes, covering a distance of 28.88 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 4.

Public Transport : Subway

Take a Subway. The total distance will be 13.21 Kilometre costing JPY 230 and the duration of the trip will be 25 minutes.

Public Transport : Subway

It is recommended to take Subway which will cost you roughly JPY 310, taking around 31 minutes. The distance between the two points is 15.96 Kilometre.

Taxi

Best transit method is Taxi. The distance is 8.66 Kilometre, costing around JPY 4400. The duration of the trip is 8 minutes.

Walk

On foot. The distance is 8.86 Kilometre and time to reach is approximately 106 minutes.

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  • Beautiful, spacious (for a ryokan!) rooms, comfortable futons and plenty of AC. Convenient and beautiful location right next to historic Kaminarimon and also a 5-10 min walk to the subway. The bath is beautiful. Staff was friendly and helpful. Breakfast was delicious too. Just DON'T FORGET YOUR DOOR CODE if you stay out late!!

  • I couldn't possibly recommend a better place to stay in Asakusa than here. The staff were VERY friendly and helpful, our room was gorgeous and had the most comfortable futon I've ever slept on, and the breakfast was generous and delicious. And the big market strip is just half a block away! I will absolutely make sure to stay here whenever possible in the future.

  • I truly love this place. The staff is wonderful, the large bath on the top floor has an incredible view of the Skytree, and yes the rooms are tiny (like everything in Japan, so get used to it). It's perfectly located in one of the most engaging and eclectic neighborhoods in Japan (Asakusa is a must-visit while in Tokyo). Word to the wise however, look up the term 'ryokan hotel' before you stay. Ryokan are not traditional hotels. There are rules and customs when staying at one that may hamper your experience if you're expecting the usual western style accommodations.

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  • This ryokan is really beautiful and the neighborhood is amazing ! The hot bath on the 6th floor is really nice too. After a full day of walking around Tokyo that's really something you want to experience. The staff is really great, except the old man that standing behind the counter. He doesn't know any word of English and he is far from being nice and patient. I tried to ask him if I can leave my bag for two hours in the lobby after my check-out, he start getting angry because he can't understand me. He keep giving me a paper to fill for transferring my luggages to the airport for 25$. I tried to use Google translate because there was a misunderstanding but he can't more angry, making big moves with his hands.. I just decided to quit. Same night I ask the nice lady for the same thing and she says that for sure it was okay... Thank you :) Next day, during my check out, the same old guy is at the counter, he want me to pay the bill on my local currency (USD) but I know that there is a 4% fee when you do that. I ask to pay with Yen and then again he didn't understand anything and start getting angry...

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  • Stayed here in 2003 on honeymoon. It was fantastic then, and still looks (from the reception area which we quickly nipped into) fantastic now, in 2017. :-)

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