- Former HOTEL KAMINARIMON
〒111-0032 1-18-2, Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
■The KAMINARIMON Ryokan does not have any parking available.
■The Kaminarimon Underground Parking is 1 minute away on foot.(Open 7:00 A.M. ~ 11:00 P.M.)
Please be careful as Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays are very crowded.
■Please search for this website when the guest uses the coin-operated parking lot nearby.
Taxis are available 24 hours from Kaminarimon Street.
- Tokyo Metro Giza Line / Asakusa Station 2 minutes walk
- Toei Asakusa Line / Asakusa station 5 minutes walk
- Tobu skytree Line/ Asakusa station 4 minutes walk
- Tsukuba Express Line/ Asakusa Station 8 minutes walk
- Asakusa20 minutes on foot
- Vibrant “Nakamise shopping streets” retaining nostalgic down town scenery and “Sensoji” (the oldest temple in Tokyo) fascinate the visitors throughout the year.
- Tokyo Skytree12 minutes on foot
- This tallest tower in the world started the operation in 2012. Enjoy the changes of patterns of the illumination every night.
- Meiji Jingu (Shinto-shrine)13 minutes on foot
- This shrine is dedicated to the divine souls of Emperor Meiji and his consort Empress Shoken. Inside the shrine you could see lush greenery and could feel solemnity.
- Tokyo Tower13 minutes on foot
- This 333m high radio tower was built in 1958. Its graceful figure attracts people.
- Kabukiza Theatre12 minutes on foot
- How about seeing the Japanese traditional Kabuki play?
You can watch even one act only!
- You can enjoy the Sumo match when the grand Sumo tournament is held in Tokyo.
- The Imperial Palace12 minutes on foot
- You might be able to see a flock of swans at the moat maintained beautifully in addition to see the famous “Nijubashi” bridge.
- Metropolitan central wholesale market
- This “kitchen” of metropolitan Tokyo is so famous for its auction of tuna held in the early morning with a lot of visitors constantly.
- Ueno Zoological Gardens
- How about seeing pretty cute Pandas?
- New Year’s visit to shrines and temples
New Year’s wish for health, happiness and so on.
- “Setsubun” on February 3rd
- Bean-Throwing festival at Sensoji.
- Memorial service and thanks for old/worn-out needles.
- (Dance of golden dragon) on March 18 at Sensoji.
- “Hana Matsuri”
- Flower festival celebrating for the Buddha’s birthday
- “Asakusa Yabusame”
- Traditional art of shooting arrows on horseback, at Sumida park.
- Crying Sumo between two babies wishing for their health.
- “Sanja Matsuri”
- festival: One of the three major festivals in Edo (old day’s Tokyo). More than 100 portable shrines (“Mikoshi”) parade the streets.
When you shout “Say-Yah!, Say-Yah” together, you’ve already become “Edokko” ”Ofujisama-no Ueki-ichi” (Garden plant market)
- “Ho-zuki Ichi”
- Hozuki ichi is a market in which Chinese Lantern Plants are sold at Sensoji. This makes People in Asakusa feel the coming of summer.
- “Great Fireworks in Sumida-gawa river”
- One of the most famous fireworks events.
- “Asakusa Samba Carnival”
- “Asakusa Samba Carnival” on 4th Saturday, Let’s dance together!!
- “Kinryu-no-Mai” (Golden dragon dance) and “Kiku Kuyoukai”(memorial service for Chrysanthemum)
- “Tori-no Ichi”
- “Tori-no Ichi” at Ohtori shrine (Day of the cock)
Open-air market selling an ornament believed to bring luck.
- “Hagoita-Ichi” at Sensoji (Battledore festival)
“Hagoita”(Battledores) wishing for a healthy growing of baby girl.