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Hotel Nikko Kan

2-20-5 Higashiueno, Taito 110-0015, Tokyo Prefecture
Hotel Nikko Kan
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  • Location
    4.5 of 5 stars
  • Sleep Quality
    2.5 of 5 stars
  • Rooms
    3 of 5 stars
  • Service
    3 of 5 stars
  • Value
    4.5 of 5 stars
  • Cleanliness
    2.5 of 5 stars
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 26, 2012

his is the best accommodation in Japan for me. I think this is also the best for budget tourists visiting Japan because of the friendly stuff, handy location to Ueno JR station and other major tourists spots such as Tokyo Station , Akihabara and Asakusa. What makes me the most impressed by Nikko Kan is its traditional accommodation with Tatami... More 

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