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KEIKYU EX INN Asakusabashi-Station is a 2-minute walk from the East Exit of JR Asakusabashi Station or the A3 Exit of Asakusabashi Station on the Toei Asakusa Line.
The hotel offers convenient access to Akihabara, Ryogoku, and Asakusa. It is also located close to the TOKYO SKYTREE.
Let the comfortable double size Simmons® bed, available in every guestroom, melt away the fatigue from your travels. All guestrooms are equipped with a high speed Internet connection, Wi-Fi, and a trouser press to assist your business travel needs.

1-27-9 Asakusabashi, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0053 Japan Access
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Check-in at 3:00 pm (Check-in closing time: 4:00 am) / Check-out at 10:00 am
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GuestroomsGuestrooms

  • Semi-Double 13m² / Bed size : W140cm
    <Standard Rates> Single Occupancy 13,000yen / Double Occupancy 15,000yen
    Semi-Double
  • Deluxe Semi-Double 17m² / Bed size : W140cm
    <Standard Rates> Single Occupancy 13,500yen / Double Occupancy 15,500yen
    Deluxe Semi-Double
  • Universal Semi-Double 20m² / Bed size : W140cm
    <Standard Rates> Single Occupancy 15,000yen / Double Occupancy 17,000yen
    Universal Semi-Double

Room featuresRoom features

Room features/Anion hair dryer
Air purifier humidifier Electric kettle An ion hair dryer
Coffee, tea Trouser press Thermostatic temperature controlled shower
Light-blocking curtains GOAL Co., Ltd. card key access system
We also have a list of items for rent, including low resiliency pillows, pillows for reducing shoulder discomfort, mobile phone chargers, nail clippers, blankets, irons, and umbrellas.
*Only a limited number of rental items are available. *Photos may not reflect the actual item available for rent.

AmenitiesAmenities

Amenities
Toothbrush set Body towel Towel
Shaving set Body soap Bath towel
Hair comb Shampoo Slippers
Hand soap Conditioner Pajama
Cottons, shower cap, cotton swabs, dental floss, shaving cream, bar soap, and dust sheets for clothes are available at the Front Desk.



BreakfastBreakfast

Asakusabashi Steakival Asakusabashi Main Restaurant
(Formerly known as the Cable Car Dining Asakusabashi Restaurant)

Set B - Western Course
Hours of operation Breakfast
7:00 am - 10:00 am (last order at 9:45 am)

Weekdays
Lunch

11:30 am - 3:30 pm (last order at 3:00 pm)
Dinner
5:00 pm - 10:30 pm (last order at 9:30 pm)

Saturdays and Sundays and holidays
11:30 am - 10:00 pm (last order at 9:00 pm)
Closed Varies
Telephone 03-5809-1258
Breakfast menu Three set menus available: Set A - Japanese Course for 500 yen, Set B - Western Course for 500 yen, and Set C - Japanese Course for 600 yen. Set D - Curry and rice set for 600 yen. Refillable coffee, tea, and orange juice, in addition to milk and yogurt available for 100 yen each.



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TOKYO SKYTREE(R)

TOKYO SKYTREE(R)TOKYO SKYTREE(R)

Opened on May 22, 2012 with a height of 634 meters, the TOKYO SKYTREE® was recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world's highest tower in 2011. It forms part of TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN®, which is also home to a number of facilities, including Tokyo Solamachi® (shopping center), Sumida Aquarium, and Konica Minolta Planetarium "Tenku".

Access:
Immediately outside of Oshiage (SKYTREE) Station on Toei Subway Asakusa Line traveling from Asakusabashi Station.
(Travel time between Asakusabashi Station and Oshiage (SKYTREE) Station is about 7 minutes)
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Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Hall

Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo HallRyogoku Kokugikan Sumo Hall

The Ryogoku Kokugikan Sumo Hall is known for its sumo wrestling tournaments, which are a national sport. It is also utilized as an event venue for various occasions. The premises also houses a sumo wrestling museum, and displays sumo-related items and information on colored woodblock prints, rankings list, and sumo wrestlers' aprons.

Access:
2-minute walk from Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line from JR Asakusabashi Station.
(Travel time between Asakusabashi Station and Ryogoku Station is about 2 minutes)
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Edo-Tokyo Museum

Edo-Tokyo MuseumEdo-Tokyo Museum

The museum prompts visitors to consider the future of Tokyo by providing a glimpse of Tokyo's past history and culture while conserving a historical heritage that is gradually fading away. Visitors can enjoy spending time in this large 7-storey museum building with permanent and special exhibitions, as well as a museum gift shop and restaurant.

Closed:
Every Monday (or the following day if a holiday falls on a Monday), year-end and New Year holidays.
*Closed during Grand Sumo Tournament in Tokyo
Access:
3-minute walk from Ryogoku Station on the JR Sobu Line from JR Asakusabashi Station.
(Travel time between Asakusabashi Station and Ryogoku Station is about 2 minutes)
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