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Enjoy the authentic and laid-back atmosphere of the traditional Sugamo area.
Set in one of Tokyo’s more unique neighborhoods, FLEXSTAY INN Sugamo enjoys a quieter pace of life than nearby Shinjuku, while still being an easy train ride to any central location in Tokyo.
Under an hour from Tokyo Narita Airport and just as close to Tokyo Haneda Airport, FLEXSTAY INN Sugamo is easily reached after your plane touches down. Our hotel also enjoys close proximity to Hibiya Station, Tokyo Station and Shinjuku Station and is a mere 6-minute journey from Ikebukuro Station, making the best attractions of Tokyo City easy to reach.
Spacious and bright Single and Twin rooms provide a comfortable base and come equipped with everything you need to make the most of your stay. Kitchenettes in every room let you dine on your own schedule, and Wi-Fi keeps you connected. A laundry corner and courier service run by FLEXSTAY INN Sugamo make long-term stays easy, and our staff will be happy to assist you in any way.
The local area of Sugamo is well worth exploring, with one of the city’s best sights - the beautiful Rikugien Garden – only a 15-minute walk away. Just steps from our door, the temple of Kogan-ji houses the popular Togenuki Jizo, a statue which allegedly boasts healing powers. Legend holds that the waters opposite the statue can cure any ailment.
Restaurants and izakayas in Sugamo enjoy a much more local feel, but if you want to enjoy some real Tokyo nightlife, then just head to a Shinjuku bar where you can party the night away. If you prefer dining, try ramen, yakitori or the uniquely Japanese ‘Mos Burger’ fast food chain - Tokyo has something for everyone.
Whether you prefer a bit of tranquility or to be in the heart of the action, FLEXSTAY INN Sugamo lets you enjoy the best of both worlds, placing you in a peaceful neighborhood just moments away from the bustling city hubs.
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