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Edo no mai


A good location where you can easily visit not only Sensoji Temple and Nakamise, but also deep Asakusa such as Hoppi Street and Senzoku Shopping Street.

Why don't you feel a new breeze in Asakusa, the birthplace of Edo culture where history and tradition remain?

Asakusa, the origin of Edo culture New discoveries in this era I'm sure you can find it here.

Kabuki, one of the classical Japanese plays.

The world of Kabuki is expressed by mixing traditional Japanese elements such as plays, dances, shamisen, kyogen, flutes, and drums.

Kabuki began in the Edo period.

In the city of Edo where culture and art come and go, the world view drawn by the songs and dances was enthusiastically welcomed by many ordinary people.

Kabuki, which was enjoyed by the people of the Edo period, is, in fact, a traditional performing art that is still familiar to us.

Asakusa was once the origin of Edo culture. Why don't you go on a journey to find new discoveries based in Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Edo Nomai, just as the people of Edo became familiar with Kabuki.

From one person
​ Up to 5 people

You can choose from a variety of rooms for one person, couple, family, friends, etc. according to the variation of your stay.

With laundry

Now that it's hard to get together outside,​ Cook with your family and friends, or relax in your room to your heart's content.

Superior suite

Family suite room

It can be used not only for staying with family and friends, but also for parties.

This suite is recommended for group stays.

Maximum capacity: 5 people

4 beds + 1 sofa bed

45㎡/ Number of rooms: 5

​Twin Room

Superior twin room

Standard twin room

Economy Twin Room

Recommended for staying with couples and friends.

Maximum capacity: 2 people

2 beds

23㎡/ Number of rooms: 18