[Andon Ryokan] 2-34-10 Nihonzutsumi Taito, Tokyo, Japan
A 5-minute walking distance from Hibiya Line Minowa Station's Exit 3. A 15-minute walking distance from JR Minamisenju Station
A 15-minute taxi or bus ride from Nippori Station (get off 22 or 47 bus at Minowa 2-chome.)
There are coin-operated parking spaces adjacent to our building as well as around the neighborhood of our ryokan.
The parking spaces adjacent to Andon Ryokan hold 2 vehicles.
8:00am - 10:00pm ; 800 JPY maximum
10:00pm - 8:00am next morning ; 300 JPY maximum
When arriving at Hibiya Line Minowa Station, take the Exit 3, then turn left out of the station. After 50 meters, the road will split into two; Meiji Dori and Dote Dori. Do not follow Meiji Dori to the left. Cross the first pedestrian crossing to go on to Dote Dori. (At the end of the pedestrian crossing, there is a noodle shop.) Turn left at the first corner, then after 50 meters, Andon Ryokan will be on your right hand side.
Asakusa is one of the most popular destinations for many tourists visiting Tokyo, offering countless exciting events throughout the year. In the area of Ueno, there are many prominent museums including Tokyo National Museum. Ueno is widely recognized as a showcase of Japanese culture.
Taiko-ku, the ward area around Andon Ryokan, is within walking distance to Asakusa and Ueno, and still preserves the atmosphere of an older, pre-economic boom Tokyo, while at the same time offering up all the modern amenities and infrastructure. Within short walking distance of the ryokan there are a bus terminal, a train station, and a convenient subway station with a direct line to Tsukiji, Ginza and Roppongi. Should you wish to stay in the area there are plenty of good, inexpensive restaurants, a big shopping arcade and two large supermarkets. Andon Ryokan is in a quiet residential area. There are many families here that have lived in the same house, or on the same land, for many generations. This homely character makes for a very different, comforting atmosphere, when compared with staying in fast moving commercial districts such as Shibuya or Shinjuku.