Andon Ryokan is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Taito, offering a charming environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Demboin Temple Garden (1.0 mi) and Hozomon (1.1 mi), guests of Andon Ryokan can easily experience some of Taito's most well known attractions.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV and air conditioning, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Andon Ryokan features a rooftop terrace, baggage storage, and a coffee shop. In addition, as a valued Andon Ryokan guest, you can enjoy a hot tub and breakfast that are available on-site.
If you like Korean restaurants, Andon Ryokan is conveniently located near Asakusa Char-Grill Yakiniku Hontosaya, Halal Wagyu Yakiniku PANGA, and Uguisudanien.
If you’re looking for something to do, Asakusa (1.1 mi), Kitchen Town (Kappabashi) (1.1 mi), and Nakamise Shopping Street (Kaminarimon) (1.2 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Andon Ryokan.
Enjoy your stay in Taito!
We had a lovely stay at the Andon Ryokan! This was a great cultural experience, where you sleep on mats on tatami mats on the floor - this is more comfortable than expected! The rooms were small, but we didn't travel to Japan just to stay in our room, we were there to explore! From the moment we checked in, all of the staff were so kind and accommodating. Breakfast is included, and made to order. Tea and coffee are offered at the reception and on each floor, complimentary. Slippers are provided for guests, and you leave your shoes outside of the rooms. The washrooms are clean, and are shared (similarly to a hostel). Though most of the rooms on our floor were booked, we generally didn't hear any other guests and had a comfortable sleep. Be sure to book a soak in the private jacuzzi - what a wonderful relaxation! We also booked a sushi and miso soup making class, which the host was able to accommodate a vegetarian option for me, while my husband ate the traditional serving. The food was plentiful - we couldn't finish what we made! They offer other classes as well, depending on the day of the week. The only comment is about the location - it was a little inconvenient to walk the 10 minutes to and from the metro, especially with our bags, but we knew this going into the visit. You could book a taxi from your starting location, if unable to do the walk.…
We stayed at the the interesting Andon Ryokan two nights. The staff were so hospitable and helpful. We enjoyed two wonderful breakfasts with them and had a great time exploring the neighborhood and walking from the hotel to the Asakusa area. Be sure to sign up for a time in their private jacuzzi, which is a modern take on the traditional Japanese Onsen. It was relieving after a long day of walking! The rooms are small but very comfortable and the shared bathrooms and shower area are clean and basically private. They provide a nice tea area on each floor and their rooftop deck is a great place to enjoy it! We would definitely stay at Andon Ryokan again and recommend them highly!
I wanted to leave a good review since our stay was pleaant, but they kept our key deposit. They insisted they gave us two door keys when they absolutely did not and refused to give us our money. It also is fairly far from most things you will want to go see.
We wanted to experience traditional Japanese culture and this hotel did not fail, we got to sleep on futons placed on tatami mats, the slippers provided are Japanese style, the hotel interiors have traditional japanese items and there even is a free onsen bath with yukata for the guests. I also loved that the place has free flowing coffee and tea. We didn't expect the place however to be cramped, the room is small, and the common restroom/shower are much smaller. Also, the location is quite inconvenient being ~10mins walk to a train station that is not JR which is a disadvantage for us since we availed of the JR pass. There are no convenience stores nor restaurants near the place as well. But overall, we got everything we need: wifi, hair dryers, toiletries and the staff are accomodating.…
This place is ok on a budget but has limitations. It’s a bit cramped, very small rooms. Very nice staff. Breakfast just ok good for a day or two but that’s it. The location is a challenge. Good for visiting Ueno or Asakusa. Everything else you want is a very long metro ride. Not much happening in the immediate area very few restaurants. The Udon noodle shop you pass by on the way from the metro is good. Overall ok for a night it two