Sumo is a national sport and a traditional culture of Japan .
The history of sumo is over 1500 years.
Stay SAKURA Tokyo Asakusa Yokotsuna Hotel used to be a sumo room named "Kokonoe-beya''.
The structure of the sumo room was kept as it was, and Stay SAKURA created a new style hotel where you can experience the Japanese culture "sumo" in Asakusa.
You can enjoy an open-air bath in central Tokyo.
2 BEDROOM SUITE
For family and group trips. Hotel can accommodate up to 6 people.
Suite room with balcony is for 2 to 4 people.
Enjoy your time while looking at Sensoji Temple from the wood terrace.
[Group / Charter accepted]
[Accommodate up to 6 people]
All rooms have a kitchen
Laundry is also available.
We have many room types for you to choose.
Please feel free to contact us from the inquiry.
Sumo is a sacred national sport that has long been called "Shinto ritual" .
The entrance Shimenawa is a handicraft of a craftsman who makes a large Shimenawa at Izumo Shrine. The same shape as Izumo Shrine was finished in a custom size.
In addition, the room tag is the name of the yokozuna of the past, and the yokozuna numbering is displayed in unexpected places.
The playfulness of Edokko was studded while leaving the remnants of the sumo room.
Not only customers from overseas but also domestic sumo fans will be surprised.
3-30-5 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032
10 minutes walk from Asakusa Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Tobu Isesaki Line
8 minutes walk from Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station
TO SIGHT SEEING
Sensoji Temple | 10 minutes on foot
Hanayashiki | 5 minutes on foot
Hoppy Street ｜ 10 minutes on foot
Nakamise Shopping Street | 10 minutes on foot
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