Experience the spirit of Japan’s traditional living in a new style hotel.
The best experiences occur rarely, and so we value each moment we feature in your journey to Japan.
Enjoy the expansive hospitality of a compact Japanese tea room.
Just as one crawls through the entrance to a tea hut, you will find yourself naturally bowing to enter your room. You will find the calm simplicity of a Japanese tea room where you stay.
It is our desire that from the moment we welcome you to the last goodbye, your time will be enriched by your experience in this Cyashitsu ryokan asakusa.
You will find the spirit of old town Asakusa in the surrounding area. Just as the Kaminari gate signifies the facade, or entrance to Asakusa, our situation behind the Sensoji temple puts us right in the middle of the residential area which backs up the temple. You will be able to savor the local culture of shopping streets, banquet halls where geisha entertain, and get a feel for the lifestyle of a typical person living in this traditional district of Tokyo.
_From Ginza line
Get out of the exit 1 of the Ginza line, turn right and go straight and keep walking. Pass through the Sensoji temple northward and you will get to Kototoi-dori. Cross the road and you will see the 「KHAOSAN TOKYO ORIGAMI」 on the left. Turn left at the first corner and turn right at the next corner and go straight and 「cyashitsu ryokan asakusa」 is on your left.
_From Metropolitan Asakusa line
Get out of the exit A2b of the Metropolitan Asakusa line, get across the crosswalk and walk right across Asakusa-dori and keep walking until you get to Kaminari-mon. Go straight the narrow road on the right side of Kaminari-mon. Pass through the Sensoji temple northward and you will get to Kototoi-dori. Cross the road and you will see the 「KHAOSAN TOKYO ORIGAMI」 on the left. Turn left at the first corner and turn right at the next corner and go straight and 「cyashitsu ryokan asakusa」 is on your left.
If you come by train it is a 9 minutes’ walk from the station in the Ginza line and the Tobu Isesaki line, 7 minutes’ walk from Tsukuba Express line, and 13 minutes’ walk from Metropolitan Asakusa line.
_From the Tokyo station
_From the Ueno station
It is a five minutes’ walk if you come by city bus #08. (210 yen). Get off at the Asakusa Nichome stop. (also known as Umamichi Kannon Ura.)