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It's one of the best places for visitors to Tokyo, especially if you are a foreigner - it's conveniently located (5 minutes walk from a metro station), clean, nice service (staff will remember your face), good breakfast (warning: it's good for Japanese, but not so...More
We booked the Japanese deluxe room and we're very happy with it, it was a great experience sleeping on the tatami mats and having the mini onsen to ourselves. The rooms were spacious, although small roofs were annoying for us (6ft3in) the breakfast is good,...More
Suberb value, good sized Japanese rooms, breakfast included.
Yes there are newer, flasher bigger hotels in Tokyo - but for overall value, and fantastic service, we will book Hotel Edoya again (this is the third time family or wife have used it in 2 yrs)....More
Hotel Edoya is what you might call "ryokan light". If you're after an authentic ryokan experience, there are plenty of others which are far more traditional and have a lot more charm. You do sleep on futons on a tatami-covered floor, however, and if you're...More
I stayed there with 5 other friends. The hotel let us book a room for 4 people that was like a double size room but with 4 futon beds. It was very impractical as there wasn't space enough for 4 adults. Bathroom was far too...More
US$60 - US$142 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#1 Best Value Hotel in Bunkyo
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Ochanomizu boasts its academic foundations starting with Yushima Seido, the birthplace of modern day Japanese education. The area has kept its college town feel with several university campuses. If you head towards Jinbocho, you'll find musical instrument and sports equipment shops, and an area of used bookstores for students and anyone interested in literature and the arts. Akihabara is well-known for its computer and
electronic goods stores, and is now hugely popular as the must-visit mecca for people interested in anime and games. Kanda is an office district where you can find loads of reasonably priced izakayas popular with professionals who stop to eat and drink before making their way home.