Hotels near Asakusa
“The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.”
- Saint Augustine
Although this former entertainment district was devastated during World War II, Asakusa remains one of the few neighborhoods in the city that is truly representative of yesteryear Tokyo. Sensoji is Tokyo's highest-profile Buddhist temple, and a year-round attraction for foreign and domestic visitors. The miniature streets that lead to the temple are thronged with kiosks selling Japanese trinkets, just as they've done for centuries. Just a short walk from Asakusa is the Kappabashi kitchen district. Here both beginner and Michelin-star chefs mingle among the stores in search of top-quality restaurant supplies, including incredibly realistic plastic sushi displays. Buy some of the world's finest hand-crafted chef's knives here.

Hipmunk's Best Hotels near Asakusa

Hotel Forest Hongo
Hotel Forest Hongo
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4.3
107 reviews
6-16-4 Hongo Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo
from $89
Keio Plaza Tokyo
Keio Plaza Tokyo
2-2-1 Nishi-Shinjuku Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo
from $219
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi
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4.2
288 reviews
1-11-1 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $498
Shinjuku New City Hotel
Shinjuku New City Hotel
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3.7
1270 reviews
4-31-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
from $89
Toshi Center Hotel
Toshi Center Hotel
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3.5
322 reviews
2-4-1 Hirakawa-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $58
Remm Hibiya
Remm Hibiya
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3.7
1121 reviews
1-2-1 Yuraku-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $126
Hotel Sunroute Ariake
Hotel Sunroute Ariake
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3.5
197 reviews
3-6-6 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo
from $103
Chisun Inn Asakusa
Chisun Inn Asakusa
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3.4
1467 reviews
1-4-17 Komagata, Taito-ku, Tokyo
from $52
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
The Capitol Hotel Tokyu
2-10-3 Nagata-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $349
Shinjuku Prince Hotel
Shinjuku Prince Hotel
1-30-1 Kabuki-cho, Tokyo
from $132
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Although this former entertainment district was devastated during World War II, Asakusa remains one of the few neighborhoods in the city that is truly representative of yesteryear Tokyo. Sensoji is Tokyo's highest-profile Buddhist temple, and a year-round attraction for foreign and domestic visitors. The miniature streets that lead to the temple are thronged with kiosks selling Japanese trinkets, just as they've done for centuries. Just a short walk from Asakusa is the Kappabashi kitchen district. Here both beginner and Michelin-star chefs mingle among the stores in search of top-quality restaurant supplies, including incredibly realistic plastic sushi displays. Buy some of the world's finest hand-crafted chef's knives here.

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