Ryokan Kamogawa

Address: 1-30-10 Asakusa , Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 111-0032, Japan | 3 star ryokan
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This 3 star ryokan, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Asakusa Shrine, Asakusa, Akihabara, and Hanayashiki.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsRyokan Kamogawa Taito

    Reviewed by cat.mackenzie

    Friendly ryokan in Tokyo

    Reviewed Oct 8, 2014
    by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Lovely homely feel for a big city. Traditional building in an old worldly area, we stayed for two nights in our 3rd floor family room sleeping on super comfy futon beds. No street noise to speak of, fine (if tiny) bathroom and very friendly staff. Excellent value.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by jenny.bridge

    Perfect Budget Family Accommodation

    Reviewed Oct 3, 2007
    by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

    A delightful little find - nothing glamorous, but a cosy, clean and welcoming place to stay. My sons (5 and 8 years) were delighted with the room, and the location meant it was just a short walk to many attractions. The staff were helpful and warm,

    Our room in the Family Hotel Kamogawa
    Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Ryokan Kamogawa Taito

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Taito

    Exploring Tokyo City

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Jul 27, 2014

    28 photos

    ... it would be packed with tourists as it was a great lookout opportunity and there was no fee to go up. Nonetheless, since there were few people there, we didn't have to battle any crowds to take pictures. Understanding that Tokyo is the largest city in the world, it was no surprise that all you saw was houses and buildings ******* together. Nevertheless, there were two things that I found interesting. First, despite it being Sunday, being a ...

    Welcome to Tokyo!

    A travel blog entry by jolotravelling on Apr 14, 2014

    90 photos

    ... small dishes, such as robata (grilled food), yakitori, salads and other finger foods. They are probably the most popular restaurant type among the Japanese people, and most of them can be found around train stations and shopping areas. Day 5: We decide to leave Tokyo for the day and take the bus to Lake Kawaguchi (or Kawaguchi-ko), a lake-side village in the Mount Fuji area, with a vast number of blossomed cherry trees and splendid views of Mount Fuji itself. It's ...


    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 04, 2013

    11 photos

    ... free. We went to a Japanese restaurant at the Takashimaya Building and had had a traditional beef sukiyaki meal. It was absolutely delicious. Why can't we have more of this back home instead of the sushi trains and teppanyaki restaurants?

    I had to take a photo of the loos at Takashimaya . ...

    Sushi from 7/11, Incense, and a Misty Day

    A travel blog entry by char.j.stoever on Jun 13, 2013

    3 photos

    ... trip!", we said our goodbyes and I walked through the Nakamise, a shopping street that was full of paper making stalls, snack booths, and souvenir shops. Normally, markets are not places that I associate with tranquility. I am used to hearing vendors yell out their items and prices, and I have learned to politely reject their offers. In Nakamise, the vendors just minded their own business and quietly greeted tourists. I was able to browse through in peace and quiet. The ...

    On my way to Japan

    A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Jan 14, 2013

    ... Ueno Station were covered in several inches of slush making It difficult to drag my bags to the hotel. I eventually got there and checked in. I opened by bags to dry out anything that had gotten wet and discovered my bottle of Woolite had leaked. I had put it into a freezer bag to avoid a problem if this should happen but the bag leaked too. Things were getting off to a rocky start in Japan.

    Traveler Photos Ryokan Kamogawa Taito

    Our room in the Family Hotel Kamogawa
    Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan