Hotel Edoya is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Bunkyo, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, a refrigerator, and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free internet access is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Edoya Hotel features a rooftop terrace. In addition, as a valued Hotel Edoya guest, you can enjoy free breakfast that is available on-site.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Bunkyo, Edoya Hotel is located a short distance from Rinshoin (0.3 mi) and Bunkyo Civic Center (0.9 mi).
If you like seafood restaurants, Edoya Hotel is conveniently located near Bubba Gump Shrimp Tokyo, Sushi Yasuda, and Edofuji.
Bunkyo is also known for some great art museums, including Yumeji Takehisa Museum, Eisei Bunko Foundation, and Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo, which are not too far from Hotel Edoya.
Enjoy your stay in Bunkyo!
We were there 4,5 years ago, but I recommended it to a friend who went last year and had a wonderful experience too. It's clean, with big rooms, a tasty and generous traditional breakfast, all for a very decent price. The decoration is traditional, and there is even a onsen on the roof. The staff was very nice, though the people at the desk spoke only Japanese... or if not, at the time I'm sure no one English, French nor Spanish or Hebrew. So a little bit more difficult to get informations. But other than that, the perfect place to stay in Tokyo, not far from the metro and Ueno Park. We were with our 5 years old daughter, and she loved it too.
Everytime I visit a property, i always try to study the hotel's location first. I wasn't able to that before i checked in to Hotel Edoya. However, i wasn't dissappoint at all. There are at least 4 metro stops within walking distance. You can even walk your way to Ueno. We chose this hotel to be our home during our last days in Japan. The hotel is very charming. It gives you a very Japanese feel to it. I find it very quiet and clean. Breakfast is different than what i am used to but not necessarily bad. The only comment i have is that when i had the do not disturb sign on, i came back at night and found new set of toiletries and towel. I did not ask coz i wasn't really that bothered. But maybe some people would make a big deal out if it. All in all, not a bad choice. I would definitely recommend. :)…
I love this hotel. I have stayed in a few hotels in Tokyo and the Hotel Edoya is my favorite. I previously have stayed in modern business hotels but I prefer the old traditional charm of this hotel. The location is between Ueno and Akihabara, in the quiet neighborhood. The rooms were quite large for Tokyo standards and I liked that my toilet and bath/shower rooms were separate. I enjoyed using the Sento on the top floor so much I only used the shower in my room once during my 1 week stay.The staff were charming and friendly, welcoming me back with "Okaerinasai" when I returned from a day out. Yes, this hotel is old and outdated, they don't have electric curtains or a view overlooking the city but it has personality and character. It still has all the necessary amenities, a business center, a rooftop terrace with seating, a public bath and a lobby lounge with the daily newspaper. I would recommend the Hotel Edoya to everyone.…
I recently stayed at Hotel Edoya for the third time. This should suggest that I think it is a good place to stay. While it is a bit dated, the staff are friendly and the rooms are clean. The room rate is still very reasonable for Tokyo given breakfast is included. The hotel is located in the middle of many metro and JR stations, and it is a close walk to the Bunkyo business district as well as Akihabara. Ueno station is also a very reasonable walk, even with suitcases. I have recommended and will continue to recommend Hotel Edoya to anyone who is visiting Tokyo. If I return to Japan, I too will be staying again.
The hotel is very well located in a quiet neighborhood but close to Akihabara and Ueno afoot. The traditional rooms are big and really nice except the futon who are very hard. I didn't have hot water in my bathroom so I had to use the public bath. Very nice wifi and good breakfast.