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A neighborhood that has long been the home of traditional craftsmen.
For those who enjoy a bit of nature in the heart of a big city, Ueno is one of the best places to visit in Tokyo. Awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence 2016, the convenient location of our recently renovated HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno East puts you in a neighborhood that has long been the home of traditional craftsmen. You can rub shoulders with the locals as soon as you step out the door.
Both JR Ueno Station and Tokyo Metro Inaricho Station are within easy reach of the hotel, and the central hubs of Tokyo Station, Shinjuku Station and Asakusa Station can all be reached in minutes. Haneda Airport and Narita Airport are also easy to access, as is the 300-acre Ueno Park, which houses the Ueno Zoo, Tokyo National Museum, the National Science Museum, National Western Art Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, and more. The popular family attraction of Ueno Zoo and the legendary shopping street of Ameya-yokocho are also found in and around Tokyo’s most favored park. For the best advice on how to plan your day, don’t hesitate to ask our friendly staff.
Double, Semi-Double, Queen, Twin and Triple rooms, all designed with a modern eye and pop of color, offer our guests a comfortable base for exploration of the city. Wi-Fi and wired connections is provided in each room. Try our relaxing in-room massage service, the perfect way to unwind after a long day.
The hotel’s own restaurant of Grand Chapeau serves breakfast to help get your day started. On our doorstep are also some of the best places to eat in Tokyo and, with a visit to Ueno’s green spaces being one of the top things to do in Tokyo, why not opt for a picnic beneath the trees - a must during hanami season.
Nature lovers, history aficionados and those who thrive on the energy of a buzzing city will all find their perfect stay at HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno East.
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