Ryokan (luxurious Japanese-style inns) are typified by their okyakusama wa kamisama (“the customer is God”) attitude and, perhaps more importantly, the delicious meals delivered right to your Japanese-style, tatami-festooned room. For over 80 years, Ryokan Shigetsu Asakusa has been serving up old-school charm and fantastic views of nearby Senso-ji temple from its meditative, minimalist rooms, along with the stellar attention to customer service that’s to be expected of any ryokan.
Reasonably priced rooms with views of Tokyo Tower
Swanky hotel where "Lost in Translation" was filmed
With Imperial Palace nearby, a sophisticated base for your stay
Creature comforts of a ryokan in an offbeat location
Hyatt’s first and only Andaz in Japan features sharp interiors and city views