Sightseeing Spot

You can use this hotel as a base for visiting various places.
Here are some popular sightseeing spots you can easily access from the hotel.
They are all highly recommended—great experiences will await you.

Ryogoku (Ryogoku Kokugikan, Edo-Tokyo Museum)

Ryogoku is home to Ryogoku Kokugikan, which is a stadium hosting tournaments of traditional Japanese martial arts sumo and other events like boxing matches and classic concerts. Near the stadium is Edo NOREN, a restaurant complex themed after the Edo era where you can enjoy food culture in the Edo era and chanko nabe. Chanko nabe is a traditional hotpot dish which is high in protein and vegetables, and due to such balanced nutrition, it is commonly eaten by sumo wrestlers to build up their bodies. At Edo-Tokyo Museum, you can see intricate dioramas reproducing people’s lives in the Edo era.


  • Ryogoku Kokugikan Take the Oedo Line 2 minutes to Ryogoku Station, go out Exit A3, walk 500m.
  • Edo-Tokyo Museum Take the Oedo Line 2 minutes to Ryogoku Station, go out Exit A3 or A4, walk 80m.


Ueno is well known for Ueno Park, which was opened as Japan’s first park. The park is home to many cultural facilities, such as art museums and museums: the Tokyo National Museum collects and exhibits cultural properties of Japan and the East; and the National Museum of Western Art collects and exhibits works by modern masters, including van Gogh and Picasso. Near the park is Ameyoko Shopping Street, where you can enjoy shopping for food, clothes, accessories and more as well as having some food experience.


  • Ameyoko Shopping Street Take the Oedo Line 8 minutes to Ueno-Okachimachi Station, go out Exit A7.

Tsukiji (Outer Market, Tsukiji Hongwanji)

Tsukiji used to have Tsukiji Market, which was called “Japan’s Kitchen” with one of the largest fish markets in the world. While the Tsukiji Inner Market was relocated to Toyosu, the Outer Market still maintains its lively atmosphere as one of the most popular places for food and sweets. Tsukiji Hongwanji is a direct branch of Nishi Hongwanji in Kyoto. The exterior of the temple building was modelled after ancient Indian Buddhist architecture, while its interior design adopted a traditional style of Shingon Buddhist temples, offering visitors architectural interest as well.


  • Tsukiji Outer Market Take the Oedo Line 11 minutes to Tsukijishijo Station, go out Exit A1, walk 80m.
  • Tsukiji Hongwanji Take the Oedo Line 11 minutes to Tsukijishijo Station, go out Exit A1, walk 400m.


Roppongi is a very popular area as a vibrant entertainment district for adults with a number of attractive sightseeing spots. For day-time activities, popular destinations include Roppongi Hills, which is home to many facilities like Mori Art Museum hosting international contemporary art exhibitions, and Tokyo Midtown comprising various facilities, such as hotel, shops, restaurants, art museums and parks. By night, the district turns into a lively “night town,” where people enjoy a range of restaurants serving alcohol, bars and clubs.


  • Roppongi Hills Take the Oedo Line 22 minutes to Roppongi Station, go out Exit 3, walk 320m.


Known as a mecca for Japanese subculture fans, Akihabara is attracting the interest of overseas tourists. The district is famous for having many electronics stores—from street stalls to mega stores—and more recently for otaku culture like anime and idols, B-kyu gurume (B-class cuisine) and cosplayers dressed up as popular idols and cartoon characters. You will definitely enjoy the district full of attractions.


  • Yodobashi Camera Multimedia Akiba Store Take the Toei Shinjuku Line 4 minutes to Iwamotocho Station, go out Exit A2 or A3, walk 450m.


Shinjuku is packed with a variety of attractions, such as shopping, cultural experience and entertainment. One of the most popular destinations in Shinjuku among tourists is Kabukicho, a boisterous district with bright neon lights densely packed with restaurants, clubs, bars, karaoke rooms and more. There are also places where you can enjoy shopping for fashion items or electric appliances. At Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, which was originally a garden of the imperial family, you can escape the bustle of the city and enjoy the rich natural beauty. Tokyo Metropolitan Government building’s north observation deck (admission free) offers an amazing view of downtown Tokyo. In the evening, you can enjoy a breathtaking night view while having dinner at a restaurant in the observation deck.


  • Tokyo Metropolitan GovernmentTake the Oedo Line 28 minutes to Tochomae Station, go out Exit A4.
  • Kabukicho Ichibangai Take the Oedo Line 25 minutes to Shinjuku Station, go out West Exit, walk 350m.
    Kabukicho Ichibangai Take the Toei Shinjuku Line 16 minutes to Shinjuku-Sanchome Station, go out Exit B5, walk 800m.
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