Stay at unique hotels rather than your normal one if you make the trip to Tokyo. It is a hotel with a unique ambiance where you can experience Japanese culture and more. This time introduce some unique hotels in Tokyo.
Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokozuna Hotel
Sumo wrestling is a traditional Japanese martial art and the national sport. It has a history of 1,500 years. Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokozuna Hotel is the official hotel of the Japan Sumo Association.
Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokozuna Hotel was formerly known as the “Kokonoe stable,” a sumo stable where many sumo wrestlers competed. It is now a unique modern inn where guests can experience Japanese culture (sumo) in Asakusa’s bustling downtown while preserving the stable’s original building structure.
Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokozuna Hotel provides complimentary WiFi throughout the facility. Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokozuna Hotel is located 656 feet from Asakusa Fujiasama Shrine and 984 feet from Sensoji Temple in Tokyo. The site is approximately 1640 feet from Honryuin Matsuchiyama Shoden, Great Tokyo Air Raid Memorial Monument, and Chokoin Temple. There are family rooms available at the hotel.
Stay SAKURA Tokyo Shinjuku Hyakukura
This unique hotel has the theme of Japanese “Kura”. Kura is a typical Japanese storage facility. They are often long-lasting structures built of clay, stone, or wood that are used for secure storage of valuable goods.
Stay SAKURA Tokyo Shinjuku Hyakukura has standard twin rooms, rooms with open-air baths, and rooms with the image of ninja rooms.
The JR Sobu Line’s Okubo Station is just a 2-minute stroll away from Stay SAKURA Tokyo Shinjuku Hyakukura, while Shin-Okubo Station is a 5-minute stroll away. Easy access to downtown Kabukicho, Nishi-Shinjuku business district, and anime town Nakano.
Asakusa Kokono Club Hotel
In Japan, this is the only unique hotel that also doubles as a theater. The “Asakusa Kokono Club” is located in Asakusa and is built in a manner that captures the splendor and beauty of the Edo period.
You may interact with the residents, performances, and Japanese culture in this area to make the best unique travel memories possible.
In the heart of Tokyo, close to the Edo Taito Traditional Crafts Center, is the Asakusa Kokono Club Hotel, which has a garden, a patio, and a restaurant. This 3-star hotel has free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. The hotel offers some rooms with balconies that overlook the city. The hotel offers an American, Asian, or vegetarian breakfast.
Bamba Hotel Tokyo
This small, unique hotel is in a renovated traditional Japanese-style house. It has a quaint atmosphere. You can continue to experience the spirit of good old Japan. It’s unusual and unique in Tokyo for a whole building to be rented out.
Shinagawa, Tokyo’s terminal station, is just two stations away, while Shinbanba Station on the Keikyu Line is one minute’s walk away. Haneda Airport is easily accessible and a great starting point for travel.
Hotel Niwa Tokyo
Hotel Niwa Tokyo is a modern Japanese inn in Kanda Misakicho, Tokyo, founded in 1935. “Beautiful modern Japanese” is the concept, which mixes Japanese style and functionality to fulfill the needs of modern people. Hotel Niwa Tokyo provides a stay that is unique to any other Japanese hotel.
There are four gardens waiting for you where you can experience all four of Japan’s seasons. Shoji screens and washi paper, two examples of Japanese designs, are used throughout the hotel. You can experience the traditional beauty of Japan while having a unique and peaceful time.
Hotel Niwa Tokyo is only a 4-minute walk from JR Suidobashi Station. There are two on-site restaurants. There is free WiFi available. A 5-minute walk will take you to Jimbocho Subway Station.
The Share Hotels Lyuro Tokyo Kiyosumi
The Share Hotels Lyuro Tokyo Kiyosumi is located near the Sumida River. From the room, you can see the Sumida River. On the deck terrace, you can eat grilled meals and drink beer. Relax and forget about the city’s rush and bustle.
The property is a 13-minute walk from Suitengu-Mae Station and an 11-minute walk from Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station. Tokyo Disneyland is 50 minutes away by walk and train, while Tokyo Skytree is only a 25-minute walk or train journey from the property. A 30-minute rail ride will take visitors to the bustling Asakusa district.
Park Hotel Tokyo
The Park Hotel Tokyo is a unique city hotel that resembles an art gallery. You can take a break while surrounded by art from check-in to check-out.
Park Hotel Tokyo offers chic lodging with free WiFi and a prime position meters from the Shiodome Subway Station with breathtaking views of Tokyo. The rooms feature large picture windows. Each includes exclusive THANN amenities. Guests can relax and enjoy sweeping city views.
The distance from Park Hotel Tokyo to Hamarikyu Gardens is only ten minutes. Tsukiji Fish Market and the Ginza shopping district are both within a 5-minute cab ride from the hotel, and Shinbashi Train Station is 984 feet away.
OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka by Hoshino Resorts
Otsuka Station on the JR Yamanote Line is a one-minute stroll away. Otsuka is a unique place where you can feel the good old Japan.
A comfortable and innovative guest room with an emphasis on usability and comfort offers a place to unwind while traveling.
There are many amenities available at OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka by Hoshino Resorts, including a terrace, a common lounge, and a bar. There is free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk at this 4-star hotel. Tokyo Station is 20 minutes away by train.
There is a flat-screen TV in each of the hotel rooms. The rooms at OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka by Hoshino Resorts include a city view in addition to a private bathroom with a bath and complimentary toiletries. A fridge will be available in every room for guests.