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Asakusa is a place where historical and stylish cultures coexist. You can find both the Sky Tree which was built using the latest technology and prestigious temples and shrines built in 1400 years ago. This is the perfect place for a leisurely stroll. Would you like to stay like a living in ASAKUSA?


Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Townhouse

〒111-0031 25-4, Chisuma 4-chome, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Townhouse is located in a quiet area of Asakusa. You can relax in your room which combained Japanese style and modren It is a perfect "house" to spend your time with your family and friends.

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Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokozuna

〒111-0032 3-30-5 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo

The rooms were remodeling from Sumo room. It has been reborn as a new style hotel. Why don't you feel the breath of Edo culture in Asakusa, which is full of the historical atmosphere? Some rooms have an open-air bath.


Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Edo No Mai

〒111-0031 1-6-3 Senzoku, Taito-ku, Tokyo

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?


Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Art Deco

〒111-0035 3-16-8 Nishiasakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo

Nishi-Asakusa, known as Asakusa Rokuku, is a city full of culture and entertainment. Lined with clothing stores, coffee shops, and theaters. Art Deco is a modern and stylish hotel that inherits the essence of Taisho romance in Nishi-Asakusa.



Shinjuku, a city that neon shines throughout the night 7 days a week and doesn't go to sleep at all. There are not only the hustle and bustle but also natural spots such as Shinjuku Gyoen in Shinjuku. Why don't you walk around the city according to the scene and mood and take a rest at Stay SAKURA Tokyo like at your own home?


Stay SAKURA Tokyo Shinjuku Hyakukura

〒169-0073 2-24-30 Hyakunincho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

A quaint hotel with the theme of old Japanese "Kura". Why don't you create memories of staying in a room with the image of a ninja room?

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