Hotel Mystays Asakusa
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mystays Asakusa Sumida
The location was perfect - Asakusa/Sankoku station was pretty in the center of all the areas we wanted to visit in our one week trip. The facility was extremely accommodating and the rooms were decently clean. There were plenty of convenience stores nearby to grab some snacks, breakfast food and drinks. I would go back if I stayed in Tokyo next time!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Mystays Asakusa Sumida
Travel Blogs from Sumida
... move around the furnishings. Which pretty much was only the bed.
What was lost in the room though, was made up in the bar.
An open aired venue overlooking the heart of Tokyo.
It was here that I began to learn the magnitude of products, companies such as Kirin and Suntory provide. Not just beer and retro Midori!
Vending machines line the streets, rumoured to sell anything but mostly with a healthy array of soft drinks, iced coffee and blessed be me, ...
... some reason, so I took many pictures with it, as well as with my DSLR.
After we got back down, we cruised around "Solamachi" which in Japanese literally means "Sky town." It's a pretty large mall-ish, souvenir-shop-ish compound and it has many cute little shops and adorable cafes for mostly foreigners or tourists to see. I like being a tourist, so we looked around quite a bit, had some green tea ice cream ...
... stuff. I didn't try one, but I may have to go back and give one a whirl. We then made our way to the oriental bazaar where we picked up some gifts, and found a place to have lunch. Italian food in Tokyo-it was actually very good and the fire-oven baked pizza was delicious. This is when we hit the wall and went back for a nap so that we could make our 6:00 reservation at the Robot Restaurant.
The Robot Restaurant is a restaurant in name ...
... The views are amazing with autumn leaves, lakes, waterfalls and snow. At the top there are only two of us left on the bus and we jump off into an abandoned resort town which seems to offer only blustery winds and sideways snow. Despite the creepy vibe, I left the safety of the bus and wandered the deserted streets before finding free public footbaths fed from the hot springs. Heated my feet while the rest of me froze, then ran around ...
... awaited. This is one of Tokyo's busiest districts. This clean version of Times Square has a diagonal crosswalk. I stood in front of this intersection and witnessed the masses flowing through, like red blood vessels being pumped in and out of a heart. When cars flowed through, the pedestrians piled up and waited at the starting line. Once the light said "walk", waves of people raced to the other side, as if it were 6 a.m. at Macy's on Black Friday. While parks ...