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A very welcoming staff after a long journey. The Ryokan was easy to find. We were greeted with tea and were allowed to leave our bags since we arrived early. They were clean, small, and traditional style rooms. The view from the rooftop was awesome...More
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Response from andonryokan, オーナー at Andon RyokanResponded 21 September 2015
Thank you so much for posting an extraordinary review of everything you’ve experienced on TripAdvisor.
Not only does your comment make us truly happy, but also gives us the great motivation to provide all incoming guests with unforgettable experience and exceptional hospitality at Andon Ryokan....More
This ryokan was the first and one of the best places we stayed at in Japan. The building is very modern with a lot of glass and concrete but decorated with typical Japanese art. The fact that you sleep on traditional tatami flooring and Japanese...More
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Response from andonryokan, オーナー at Andon RyokanResponded 19 September 2015
Thank you so much for choosing to stay with us while you were in Tokyo and giving amazingly great feedback for us and incoming guests.
We are extremely grateful that your stay at Andon has been memorable experience. As for the room, the simplicity of...More
The staff really do make a visit to Andon worthwhile, we arrived early than check-in to drop of our bags, when we arrived we were offered a drink, given a map and completed the check-in process which was a nice respite from the heat outside....More
Response from andonryokan, Owner at Andon RyokanResponded 12 September 2015
Thank you so much for posting such an incredible review for us!!
We are extremely grateful that you had a truly great time with us. The special check-in process is one of the hospitalities that we would like you to feel warmly welcomed not like...More
The hotel caters more for the backpacking crowd. The staff speak really good English by Tokyo/ Japanese standards and the breakfasts that are offered cater for the Western Palate – and actually taste quite good. I couldn't understand why the Japanese option was 100 yen...More
Response from andonryokan, オーナー at Andon RyokanResponded 23 August 2015
Thank you so much for choosing Andon Ryokan while you visit Tokyo. We do appreciate your looking back on your stay and write such a kind comment for us! It’s pleased to meet you again on Trip Advisor.
All our Andon members can speak English...More
Andon Ryokan is a tricky one to review. Aesthetically it is very pleasing, with a charming boutique finish. The private jacuzzi is an excellent feature which we made good use of (you just book by the desk). The free breakfast in the morning was delicious,...More
Response from andonryokan, オーナー at Andon RyokanResponded 11 August 2015
Thank you so much for choosing to stay with us and taking your time to write such a helpful review for incoming guests.
First, we are sincerely glad to hear that you enjoyed staying with us, highlighting the comfortable Jacuzzi, delicious breakfast and friendly staff....More
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa. Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit a variety of different museums and galleries. At Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at the end of the year, when many people go on shopping
sprees. The town of Asakusa, developed around Sensoji temple, has many shops selling goods and clothing from old Japan, making it a great place for souvenir hunting. It's also known for various annual festivals, and the whole district gets involved with the huge Sanja Festival in May.