Sakura Ryokan

Address: 2-6-2 Iriya , Taito, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 110-0013, Japan | 2 star ryokan
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This 2 star ryokan, located in the Ueno/Asakusa/Ryogoku/Adachi area of Taito, is near Asakusa Shrine, Akihabara, Ameyoko Shopping Street, and Kitchen Town (Kappabashi).
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSakura Ryokan Taito

      Reviewed by philandmaxjones

      Clean authentic Japanese rooms

      Reviewed Jun 17, 2011
      by (5 reviews) Middlesex , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

      Enjoyed our stay in traditional Japanese accommodation. Near a train station but not in the centre of the city. Family really helpful and friendly, a good first impression of what to expect in Japan.

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

      TripAdvisor Reviews Sakura Ryokan Taito

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Taito

      THE BED!

      A travel blog entry by usatexan on Sep 19, 2013

      2 comments, 10 photos

      It is all wood with a curtain on the doorway for privacy. It's about 6 feet long and 4 feet wide and about 3 feet high. They are side by side and stacked one on top of the other. I can sit up with a little space above my head to spare. It's where I will sleep for the next few nights. It's called a capsule bed. I am in Tokyo, Japan.

      Crossing the International Date Line (while in flight from Hawaii to Japan), threw me into the next day. I ...


      A travel blog entry by jen_ek on Jul 20, 2013

      111 photos

      ... to find food that fussy pants over here would eat. Sushi is just not my thing, but Katsu and gyoza on the other hand... Yum. But again, you would have to go to separate restaurants to get them.

      The next day we headed into central Tokyo - Marunouchi. The main Tokyo train station was pretty impressive, a beautiful red brick building built in 1914 with shiny new skyscrapers all around. We headed into a few shopping malls before going to check out the Imperial Palace ...


      A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on Oct 04, 2012

      ... commodities such as Geishas, Sumo wrestling, sushi and extremely advanced technology so naturally a huge chunk of our money went towards a day at Disneyland.

      Disneyland was as magical as you would expect, we were seven years of age again and severely awestruck by a pretty stuffy giant Duck who had taken the time to throw on a sailor shirt but obviously in too much of a rush to cover his bottom half. Controversial? Yes, particularly if you try to imitate ...

      Tokyo, at last

      A travel blog entry by ahartry on May 20, 2012

      7 photos

      ... metro back … the most amusing sight was the writing on the bags of the people sitting across from us: "How to become a sex object." And “Here you can create powerful.” And “When you wear colorful clothes, may the colorful closthes bring you happiness and cheerful days.” The latter is from a store called, “Starvations”. Always makes me wonder what “odd translate” of Japanese characters Americans put on their ...

      Not quite Tokyo

      A travel blog entry by mrvince1952 on Aug 04, 2011

      4 photos

      ... ticket, which will cover all the trains and metros in Tokyo, is 1580 yen (about 13). Our first ride is 15 minutes or so to Ikebukuro, another mini-city where our hotel is located. The station here is not quite as big, but still seems to be massive. You go out of it through a large department store. Once I reach the 14th floor of the Metropolitan Hotel, I'm able to put my bag down and begin to enjoy this place ...