Welcome to Ryokan Sansuiso, your Shinagawa “home away from home.” Ryokan Sansuiso aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Shinagawa, Ryokan Sansuiso is located a short distance from Yakushi-ji Temple Tokyo Betsuin (0.3 mi) and Togoshi Hachiman Shrine (0.8 mi).
Rooms at Ryokan Sansuiso provide air conditioning, and guests can stay connected with free wifi.
In addition, while staying at Ryokan Sansuiso guests have access to baggage storage.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Asian restaurants, including Sushiryori Inose, Mawashizushi Katsu Midori, Meguro, and Cabe Meguro, all of which are a short distance from Ryokan Sansuiso.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular historic sites such as Shimazu Family Old Residence, Suzugamori Keijo-ato, and Raifukuji Temple.
Ryokan Sansuiso puts the best of Shinagawa at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This very traditional ryokan tucked away in the skyscrapers and just a short stroll from the station is a great find and one I would not hesitate to recommend. Unfortunately we only had one night here, but what we got was a great room of larger than average size (for Japan), a friendly welcome and at a good price too for Tokyo. Location is perfect, just far enough away from the main streets to be quiet but close enough to grab a train to shinjuku just a few stops away. Great little find, I hope to be back.
Don’t hesitate just book and go and be amazed. I found this from Hearty Inn, Japan Hotel & Ryokan website as recommended by Sawayanoya (at first we’re trying to book here but they’re already full). Ryokan Sansuiso is quite off the beaten path but you will never regret staying here. From query, to booking, and stay, they were very helpful and accommodating. For 10,000yen a night a room for 2 with private bath (newly renovated bathroom with all the modern amenities you will surely love). I sent them an email directly as there’s no availability from any booking sites and thankfully we managed to get a confirmation. This is a family owned ryokan, modest, and very clean. A little bit hard to find in the beginning because it’s in the middle of modern buildings and myriad of shops and restaurants. It’s a 10-minute walk from Gotanda Metro Subway Asakusa Line A5 exit 1 and a 5 minute walk from JR Gotanda station. Tip: look for Remy shopping centre turn right and when you see Family mart opposite Proud Tower, walk straight and you will see the signage to Ryokan Sansuiso and the place itself as it’s very notable, the only ryokan in the middle of high-rise buildings. As we arrived early, the owner let us shower and changed and advised us to return by 12nn as the room will be ready by then. They also took our luggage and very thoughtful when we returned at night the luggage was already in the room and we noticed that they also clean the wheels of our luggage. Every night, they will prepare hot water and green tea with some sweet crackers. The room has a tv, small fridge, and the WIFi worked nicely. They have only 2 Japanese rooms with private bathroom. The rest are with shared bathrooms. Very quiet and sleeping on tatami was very nice, the ac is new and with modern switches for the room and bathroom temperature, though sometimes you can hear the sound of the railrack at night but it didn’t bothered us and all the guests staying in this ryokan were all considerate with each other. The room is sufficient for two but I guess not with big luggages. There is no restaurant, breakfast, no common area, a lobby or a reception but it’s okay - your shoes are properly stacked and slippers are always ready - those little things. Love how they clean and prepare the room each night when we arrived from a long-day trip. This is a place we can definitely recommend if you would like to experience a traditional Japanese room that is not very costly. The whole family bid us goodbye when we left. …
I loved stayed in this ryokan a while ago and now I'm planning my trip back! Wonderful place, wonderful staff. Very near Gotanda station and the rest of the Yamanote line. It was very easy to get around to Shibuya and the rest of Tokyo.
I avoid staying in modern hotels in Japan as much as possible, as they are either overly expensive luxury hotels or business hotels with exceedingly tiny rooms. This ryokan is the type of place I look for. My single room was a comfortable size, with TV, strong WiFi signal and hot water carafe (for the tea). The ryokan is some 60 years old, and is the only remaining ryokan in Gotanda, where there used to be hundreds, according to the owner. The bathrooms (toilets, shower and ofuro) have all been updated and are kept very clean. The owner and family reside there, so they are very attentive to maintenance and also service to the guests. In 3 days I never departed or returned without the owner or another staff cheerfully greeting me in the entrance way. I hope this traditional ryokan will carry on for decades more!…
I miss Tokyo, especially I miss the Ryokan Sansuiso, I want to open the door again in the evening after the tour and see the friendly faces of the owner and other employees of the ryokan, hear questions about how the day went, then go to my room, where you will find a thermos with boiling water and tea The most wonderful thing is the futon, my back in Tokyo has stopped hurting, now I dream of buying myself such a Japanese mattress The Ryokan Sansuiso is close to the station of Gotanda, in the evening I always came back from the station of Gotanda and went to the supermarket I will definitely try again to come to Japan to meet with the wonderful hospitable people of the Ryokan Sansuiso Thanks for all