The SpaceOnly 8 min away from Tokyo's ultra-popular Ueno by direct train. Separate bedroom, living room, kitchen, toilet and shower. Free pocket WiFi.
This room's furniture and amenity is Hello Kitty.
Why you should stay at our listing.
1. This area is local Tokyo (Asakusa station is 9 min by train), and great location with multiple accesses to major subways.
★JR Ueno station Iriya gate (8 min by walk)
★Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Iriya station (3 min by walk)
★Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Ueno station (10min by walk)
2. High-speed, FREE & UNLIMITED portable Wi-Fi for the guests. This costs around 1000yen/day if you rent it at the airport. You can save the money. Other airbnb apartments usually set caps, but not here:)
3. You can leave the baggage before check-in
-Basically our check-in / out is 15:00 / 11:00. But after 12:00 you can leave the baggage and go sightseeing. If there are no previous guests, before 12:00 also you can leave the baggage. But please leave the room until 3pm for the cleaning company to clean the room.
4. Our team is multi-lingual team. We can use Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean. You can talk with them about your tour plan and if you need reservation (Concert and Sport ticket etc.…)
5. A list of locals' recommendations for restaurants, bars, clubs, and other great places to visit not just in Asakusa but in other great parts of Tokyo.
・Cleaning-fee is one time only (this is how much it costs to hire a cleaning agency)
・Deposit will be returned to you as long as you do not damage our furniture, etc.
・Airbnb will charge you via credit card/paypal only after the first day of your arrival
-Portable high-speed Wi-Fi-router(unlimited download!)
-Air conditioner (heater and cooler)
-Bedding (beds, sheets, and enough blankets for the winter and cool blankets for the summer), towels, and basic toiletries
-Shampoo, body soap, and hand soap
There is 3 bed rooms
1.For 3ppl room (Max 5ppl)
->1 bunk bed, 1 single bed and 2 futon mattress.
2.For 2ppl room (Max 3ppl)
->1 double bed and 1 futon mattress.
3.For 1ppl room (Max 2ppl)
->1 single bed and 1 futon mattress.
- 6 people -> Very comfortable. (Suite)
- 7 to 9 people -> Enough space. (Economy)
- 9 to 15 people -> Narrow. (Very Economy) Guest AccessThis plan is all rent couse. Interaction with GuestsIf you have plan to spend at Japan, please tell me without hesitation.
We want to help you to spend happy Japan travel.
This is our pleasure. The Neighborhood★Explore Ueno
Ueno and the northern neighbourhoods of Yanaka, Nezu and Sendagi (aka Yanesen) form a large area that can take up the best part of a day to explore. Start at Ueno-kōen, taking the Ueno Park exit from Ueno Station. Boasting a wealth of museums and shrines, and some phenomenal cherry-blossom viewing, Ueno Park is
the perfect antidote to the urban grind. Don’t miss the Tokyo National Museum and the National Museum of Western Art, a short walk apart.
Ueno Hill is famous for a last-ditch defence of the Tokugawa shōgunate by an estimated 2000 loyalists in 1868. Devoted to preventing the restoration of the emperor, these adherents stationed themselves at Kanei-ji, a grand temple compound on the hill. They were duly dispatched by the imperial army, and the subsequent
Meiji government decreed that Ueno Hill would become one of Tokyo’s fi rst parklands.
Although rising real estate prices and recent gentrifi -cation have erased most vestiges of the old atmosphere, Ameya Yokochō, to the south of the station, was once the site of the largest postwar black market and still holds true to its proud roots even if the goods are now legit. It’s full of Japanese housewives and hawkers haggling over
fi sh and produce, as well as foreign merchants selling everything from Turkish kebabs to Chinese-made bags.
For a far slower vibe, Yanesen, north of Ueno Park, seems stubbornly stuck in the past. This temple-thick area, famed for its stray cats and cemetery, seems more like Kyoto than Tokyo. Walking its gentle hills and lanes is a very refreshing way to spend an afternoon or morning.
・Eating Browsing the cracker and sweet shops along Yanaka Ginza is perfect for refuelling your meanderings.
・Shopping Aside from Ameya Yokochō, Ueno has large retailers like Yodobashi Camera and Matsuzakaya Department Store.
・Flower-viewing Ueno-kōen (p 159 ) is one of the prime spots to party under cherry blossoms in spring. Finding space on the ground, though, can be challenging. (Source: Lonely Planet Tokyo) Getting AroundMost near station is Iriya station (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line) 3 min by walk.
Next is Ueno station (JR and Tokyo Metro) 8 min by walk.
From Narita Airport to Ueno station.
- 45 min by Keisei Airport Line.
From Haneda Airport to Iriya station.
- 48 min by Keikyu Airport Line.
From Iriya station (3 min by walk)
- Ueno 2 min / 8 min by walk
- Akihabara 5 min
- Giza 18 min
- Tsukiji 15 min
- Roppongi 28 min
From Ueno station (2 min by train / 8 min by walk)
- Akihabara 3 min
- Asakusa 6 min
- Shinjuku 20 min
- Shibuya 27 min Other Things to NoteCheck-in / out is 15:00PM/11:00AM.
We have implemented clean in the time zone of 12:00 to 15:00 , but you can put a check-in luggage from 12:00.