TENNEN ONSEN RYOUN-NO-YU OYADO NONO ASAKUSA HOT SPRINGS This hotel is located just behind Hanayashiki, the last amusement. The recommended points are the large communal bath that heals the tiredness of the trip, the Japanese-style breakfast, and the hospitality that welcomes guests. It is lacated in covid-19, and it was fully booked with Japanese guests, so when you can come to japan, we recommend it only to the followers of TripAdvisor in secret, so please refer to it. ※天然温泉 凌雲の湯 御宿野乃 浅草 は… 花やしきのすぐ裏にある 館内は畳敷きになったスーパー銭湯のような 居心地のよいホテル🏢 大浴場も広さがあって密にならず芯まで温まり魅力💕 朝食もスタッフさんも朝から感じ良く迎えてくれます✨ リピーターが多いホテルなのか宿泊客でいっぱい🈵 ホスピタリティーもしっかりしているのでそれも納得👑 浅草ではとてもコスパのいいホテルです*˙︶˙*)ﾉ"
Just a couple of minutes from Sensoji Temple and Hanayashi, you can enjoy black onsen. The room is cozy with tatami mats so very relaxing and could enjoy the view of Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Sky Tree. Breakfast was delicious with various small dishes you can pick up, so it is worth ordering.
Location 10/10 2 minute walk to Senjoji temple. The onsen is really relaxing and picturesque. For tourists it’s a big cultural shock, no clothes allowed in the bath rooms of the onsen. Full nudity. The room itself was clean and comfortable, small but expected for Tokyo. Free ramen at nights in the dinner room. Would definitely stay again.
Onyado Nono is a fantastic, comfortable place from which to explore Asakusa and Tokyo. We only had one night there but could very happily have stayed much longer in a simple double room. The room was large by Tokyo standards, with plenty of places to stash an extra piece of luggage, hang clothes, and put out overhead-compartment-sized backpacks. The bed was extremely comfortable, though the extra-firm pillows took a little getting used to. The 2nd floor lacked any real view, but we did get good sunlight when we opened the window screen in the mid-morning. We had complete quiet in our room, and the hot springs bath area was also lovely and serene. Most amazing to me was the freshness, variety and quality of all the offerings at breakfast — which we had reserved ahead with the room. It would easily be enough to get you through until dinner, and everything was perfectly prepared and flavorful - from the small plates of tofu, pickles, egg custard and such to the hot pot. There were plenty of Western options as well, including a fluffy kind of challah-like bread for toasting. We happened to return to the hotel during the window for free ramen, which was a satisfying way to end the evening. Between the baths, the food and the ultra-comfortable rooms, this place provides an ideal home in Tokyo. …
Did not expect to have hotel with hot spring in the center of shopping area in Tokyo. Not everyone of us like Onsen so not worth going to a place with full service , too costly. We traveled light so did not have problem traveling via Subway . The closest Airport bus stop is at Asakusa View Hotel . Shoes off in this hotel. They have lockers for you .