The room was quite clean. There was a bit of wet toilet paper in the shower which was kinda gross, but nothing else looked dirty or dusty and it's all light colours, easy to spot dirtiness. The price was reasonable for the 1 night we stayed, although Ueno isn't, in my opinion, a very interesting or nice area of Tokyo to visit. The pillow wasn't the greatest (as is common in Japan), but the bed was better than usual. The room itself was quieter than most other places we've stayed at as well.
Located in Taito, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tokyo National Science Museum and Tokyo National Museum. Sensoji …More
Condition of hotel (lobby, eating facility, rooms, onsen, etc) is in very good condition and I'm guessing renovations within the last 3 to 4 years. Room can be a bit tight for two people, but enough room for a single person stay.
Located in Taito, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of National Museum of Western Art, Ueno Park, and Tokyo National …More
I really enjoyed my stay here.
Considering the price I paid I was really happy with the overall experience. The location is close to many convenient things and is a very short walk to Ueno Station.
On my next trip to Tokyo I would definitely consider staying here again!
Traveller from Australia
Located in Taito, this ryokan is within a 15-minute walk of National Museum of Western Art, Ueno Park, and Tokyo National …More
This area offers a glimpse of what life was like before the economic boom of the 1970s and 1980s. Neighboring Asakusa, it is best known for the Ameya-yokocho Arcade, a busy market with interesting stalls. Ueno-koen, a sprawling park with monuments, zoo, pagodas, and a pond, is a must-do. Museums and galleries abound in the area.