Hotels near Asakusa
“A journey is a person in itself; no two are alike.”
- John Steinbeck
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

Dai Ichi Hotel Annex
Dai Ichi Hotel Annex
1-5-2 Uchisaiwai-cho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $150
Hotel Monterey Ginza
Hotel Monterey Ginza
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3.8
1729 reviews
2-10-2 Ginza, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo
from $90
Candeo Hotels Uenokoen
Candeo Hotels Uenokoen
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4.0
628 reviews
1-2-13 Negishi, Taito-ku, Tokyo
from $104
The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo
The Strings by InterContinental Tokyo
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4.1
907 reviews
26-32/F Shinagawa East One Tower 2-16-1 Konan, Tokyo
from $227
Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
Haneda Excel Hotel Tokyu
3-4-2 Haneda Airport Ota, Tokyo
from $169
HUNDRED STAY Tokyo Shinjuku
HUNDRED STAY Tokyo Shinjuku
2-27-7 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
from $113
Remm Akihabara
Remm Akihabara
1-6-5 Kanda Sakumacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
from $123
Shinjuku Prince Hotel
Shinjuku Prince Hotel
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-1.0
1-30-1 Kabuki-cho, Tokyo
from $124
Agora Place Asakusa
Agora Place Asakusa
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3.7
1636 reviews
2-2-9 Kotobuki Taito-ku, Tokyo
from $81
Tokyo Ueno Touganeya Hotel
Tokyo Ueno Touganeya Hotel
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4.2
745 reviews
3-17-5 Higashi-ueno, Taitou-ku, Tokyo
from $72
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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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