HOTEL MYSTAYS

HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno Inaricho

HOTEL MYSTAYS

HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno Inaricho

1-5-7, Matsugaya, Taito-ku, Tokyo 541-0036, Japan |   +81-3-3842-0701

About

A simple neighborhood lets you enjoy the friendlier side of Tokyo.

Tokyo is full of bright lights and densely packed streets, making the simple route to this hotel something special. Stay here and you're only a walk away from Ueno Park, Ameyokocho, and all the museums and cozy little restaurants the area has to offer. Our rooms are bright, clean, and equipped with kitchenettes.

Access from nearby stations

18 minutes' walk from Keisei Ueno Station on the Keisei Line.
4 minutes' walk from exit 3 of Inaricho Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.
13 minutes' walk from the Asakusa exit of JR Ueno Station.
12 minutes' walk from exit A3 of Shin-Okachimachi Station on the Toei Oedo Line.

Access from major transit terminals

3 minutes by train from Asakusa Station.
3 minutes by train from Akihabara Station.
28 minutes by train from Shibuya Station.
10 minutes by train to Tokyo Skytree Station.
45 minutes by train from Narita Airport Station.
7 minutes by train from Tokyo Station.
30 minutes by train from Haneda Airport Domestic Terminal Station.

Hotel Details

Rooms

Check In, 3:00PM

Check Out, 11:00 AM

Room Facilities & Amenities
  • Kitchenette(All rooms)

  • High speed internet (wired)

  • Modular bathroom

  • Bathroom Amenities

  • High speed internet (Wi-Fi)

  • Air Conditioner

  • Toilet with washlet feature

  • Nightwear

Facilities & Services
  • Laundry corner

  • Courier service

Rental Equipments
  • Trouser press

  • Air purifier / humidifier

  • Microwave cookware

  • Cell Phone Charger

  • DVD Player

  • Cookware / Cutlery

  • Clothes iron

  • Portable Wi-Fi Router

Dining
Spa

Rooms

HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno Inaricho

Standard Semi-double

Non-smoking/Smoking

HOTEL MYSTAYS Ueno Inaricho

Economy Single

Smoking

News & Promotions

February 24, 2016

Notice for Portable Wi-Fi Router Rental Service

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October 13, 2015

[Column] Tips for Sightseeing in Asakusa

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  • Ameyoko

  • Ameyoko was originally a black market that opened after World War II. Presently, approximately 100,000 people visit the 500 stores carrying items such as food products, clothing, shoes, precious metals and brand items each and every day.

  • The National Museum of Western Art

  • Many fans visit from around Japan to see the permanent Matsukata Collection and art exhibitions by world-famous artists. The building designed by Le Corbusier is currently being considered for a World Heritage listing.