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Nishi-Asakusa, Taito ku
2-11-11

(see map)
Asakusa St.
4min. walk
Tawaramachi St. 6min. walk

(see train lines)
Asakusa House

Guest House (2~5 Floors)

  Room Type/Size Rent Status
Asakusa House Room #201
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201 medium 53,000 yen occupied
Asakusa House Room #202
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202 medium 53,000 yen occupied
203 medium 53,000 yen Available!
Asakusa House Room #204
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204 medium 53,000 yen occupied
Asakusa House Room #205
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205 medium 53,000 yen occupied
Asakusa House Room #206
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206 medium 53,000 yen occupied
 
Shower
Toilet
Sink
Kitchen

  Room Type/Size Rent Status
Asakusa House Room #301
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301 medium 53,000 yen occupied
Asakusa House Room #302
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302 medium 53,000 yen occupied
303 medium 53,000 yen occupied
Asakusa House Room #304
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304 medium 53,000 yen occupied
305 medium 53,000 yen Available!
306 medium 53,000 yen occupied
 
Shower
Toilet
Sink
Laundry

  Room Type/Size Rent Status
401 medium 53,000 yen occupied
402 medium 53,000 yen occupied
403 medium 53,000 yen occupied
404 medium 53,000 yen occupied
405 medium 53,000 yen Available!
406 medium 53,000 yen Available!
 
Shower
Toilet
Sink
Kitchen

  Room Type/Size Rent Status
501 medium 53,000 yen occupied
502 medium 53,000 yen occupied
Asakusa House Room #503
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503 medium 53,000 yen occupied
504 medium 53,000 yen occupied
505 medium 53,000 yen occupied
506 medium 53,000 yen occupied
507 medium 53,000 yen Available!
 
Toilet
Sink

Facility Quantity Details
Asakusa House Living Room
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Living room 1 Living room with TV.
Asakusa House Kitchen
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Kitchen 2 Located on the 2nd and 4th floors, with 1 fridge, 1 stove, 1 microwave oven, sink, toaster, water boiler and rice cooker. Forks, spoons, dishes, glasses and cups are included. A small dinner space with table and chairs also provided.
Asakusa House Laundry
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Laundry 1 Located on the 3rd floor, with 1 coin laundry machine and 1 coin dryer. 200 yen per washing/drying
Asakusa House Toilet
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Toilet 4 1 western style toilet with sink on each floor
Asakusa House Shower
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Shower 3 1 shower room on each floor (except 5th floor)
  Internet
connection
Available in each floor Wireless internet connection for all rooms

Nearby attractions and handy spots Details
Taito ku Map
 
Asakusa is located in Taito ward and is one of the most visited places in Tokyo because of its large number of ancient and traditional temples and shrines. Many traditional festivals (matsuri) are held in Asakusa, among them the famous Sanja Matsuri. Asakusa is one of the oldest and most emblematic zones of Tokyo.
 
* Temples * Shrines * Geishas
* Senso Temple * Festivals * Sky Tree
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Nishi-Asakusa 2-11-11
Taito ku
Tokyo, Japan
Kaminarimon
Kaminarimon
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Shrines in Asakusa
Shrines in Asakusa
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Sky Tree
Sky Tree
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Geishas in Asakusa
 
Senso-ji
Senso-ji
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Asakusa Festivals
Asakusa Festivals
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Asakusa has a large number of Buddhist temples. Many of them are over 1000 years old, yet they are perfectly preserved and are considered as one of the most significant landmarks of both Asakusa and Tokyo. These temples are mostly open to public and give place to festivals and Buddhist rituals where many people gather regardless of their religious preferences, specially for New Year Eve.
Shrines are sanctuaries dedicated to the practice of Shintoism, the oldest and most practiced religion in Japan. There are many famous Shinto shrines in Asakusa, such as Asakusa Shrine, which is over 400 years old and hosts many popular festivals throughout the year, such as the Sanja Matsuri. As with the Buddhist temples, many people gather to celebrate and participate in these festivals regardless of their religion or particular beliefs.
Asakusa is the oldest Geisha district in Tokyo. You can find them either dancing at exclusive centers or just walking the street.

There are still many Geishas active in Asakusa and provide different kinds of amusement.
Senso Temple is the most famous Buddhist temple in Asakusa, as well as the oldest and most significant temple in Tokyo. Senso Temple hosts several festivals all the year, the most famous being Sanja Matsuri, which lasts 3 or 4 days and attracts a large amount of visitors.
Festivals or "matsuris" are religious celebrations held frequently in temples or shrines in Japan. Asakusa is famous for hosting big festivals almost the whole year, being Sanja Matsuri one of the most popular of them. Festivals in Asakusa are not exclusive of temples and many of them are celebrated on the streets.
Sky Tree is the tallest tower of Japan and the second biggest structure of the world. Sky Tree, although currently in construction is becoming one of the most important landmarks of Japan.