April 27, 2016
440 meters to public transportation
Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
|Value for money||8.7|
|Nearest airport||Haneda Airport (HND)|
|Distance to airport||20.5 km|
"It was like coming home to this lovely, artsy, friendly, modern ryokan."
July 21, 2018
"Good coffee, nice breakfast, good value for money."
July 21, 2018
"The jacuzzi / onsen is a very nice perk to the Ryokan as well!"
February 3, 2017
December 1, 2018
The Andon Ryokan Hotel is a great choice for the ultimate getaway. The hotel is near Amusement Park, Asakusa Hanayashiki, Asakusa-Jinja (Asakusa Shrine), Sensoji Temple, and Chingodō-Ji. With a smoking area and safety deposit boxes, it provides numerous convenient features to make your stay more comfortable. It has a bar, restaurants on-site, a coffee shop, and vending machines, so there is a selection of dining and snacking choices.
The Andon Ryokan Hotel offers a number of useful services, which include a concierge, luggage storage, as well as laundry services. All of the rooms have a TV. There's free Wi-Fi in all rooms, as well as Wi-Fi in common areas, enabling you to stay connected to your loved ones back home. Minowa Subway Station is 390 m away and Minami Senju Train Station is 640 m away. The nearest airports are Haneda International Airport (HND) and Narita International Airport (NRT), which are situated 19.9 km and 53.5 km away. The hotel offers check-in from 02:00 PM and check-out until 10:00 AM.
"This is the third time I have stayed at Andon Ryokan, and ev..."
February 3, 2017
Children and extra beds
Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.
Minimum age of guests is: 0 year(s).
|Guest's age||Extra bed|
Children 0-10 year(s)
Must use an extra bed
If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
Guests 11 years and older are considered as adults
Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
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Friendly home-like stay in Tokyo”
I had no expectations for doing anything in Tokyo, so I just wanted a place to stay that was clean, nearby the Hibiya line, and anything else was a bonus. I certainly found this place fit the bill, and had plenty of bonus features! First, the rooms are old style tatami mats, with super comfortable futons and linens. There's a tv, a small table, and a huge cabinet in the room. The bathrooms were clean and compact, the water pressure in the shower was excellent, and (if you can book it) the jacuzzi was a life saver after a long day of walking. The staff was very accommodating, breakfast was reasonably priced and delicious. They do require a 3,000 yen key deposit when you arrive, so make sure you have enough cash on hand. There's lots of little restaurants nearby, I tried out the udon place and it was reasonably priced, delicious, and open past 8 pm. There's a 7-11 within a 5 minute walk. One of the only problems I had was the metro station, where you had to walk up 3 flights of stairs to get out; which is fine when you're just walking, but awkward with luggage. There was a dumbwaiter for your luggage at the Ryokan, which really helped. Overall, I would stay here again in an instant, especially for the price, it was a steal.
Traditional and conventional hotel”
This hotel is located near minowa station, 5 minutes, but too many roads around there that can make you confused. Overall, this hotel is cozy, and can learn Japanese culture from staffs. If you don't have time to go to ryokan in the suburb area, you can still feel some tradition here. One thing that I have to point out here is it's shared bathroom.
A great basecamp for Tokyo”
A bit off the beaten tourist trail but accessible via Metro and a brisk walk. Service is excellent and the facilities amazing. Rooms are comfortable with the showers and toilets shared but not a problem. Would definately come again!
Pleasant ambience, handy location/ area and lovely, fun art!”
Three women travelers aged between 52 and 65, we found Andon Ryokan fun and very handy. Our luggage was kept after a 1-night stay, and waiting for us when we returned from a hiking trip. It was like coming home to this lovely, artsy, friendly, modern ryokan. Good coffee, nice breakfast, good value for money. Highly recommended!
The staff at Andon were very hospitable, helpful, and spoke good English. Megumi made a delicious breakfast and had great recommendations for things to do and places to eat nearby.
Very comfortable well thought out hotel. The entire hotel is very well designed in terms of aesthetics and travel comfort. Looks much cuter in person than in the photos. Bathrooms are very well equipped (all quality Shiseido products free for you to use). Walking distance from Minowa subway stop. Incredibly quiet neighborhood, but very charming. Our room faced the street but zero sleeping trouble sleeping at night. Breakfast was included and surprisingly very good. (We had vegetable omelet, but there were other options.) So glad we booked this hotel. Highly recommended.
Amazing in every way such great hospitality and was very helpful and stay was very comfortable ”
The people here made you feel like family so polite and made our first trip out of the country so pleasant and helped us figure out how to get around and when we didnt book for extra days and wanted to stay they still let us stay for a couple extra days and was no problem even let us leave our luggage so we could do last minute gift shopping so courteous and genuinely nice the rooms are real clean and nice if you want a traditional Japanese hotel this is the place the best of the best highly, highly recommend staying here you won’t regret it the rooms are good size for Japan as most places have small rooms but it is a good size for a couple or single we loved everything. O and the breakfast was awesome and you can sign up to use the private bath just make sure your on time for the time you sign up to use it
Great ryokan , Great staff”
This is the third time I have stayed at Andon Ryokan, and everytime was great! The staff is top notch, and the Ryokan has everything you need but on a fraction of Tokyo's hotel costs. If you don't mind using the transit and the metro this place is a breeze. 35 - 40 min from shibuya and Shinjuku by transit. mind you the most efficient transit in the world. If your on a budget and still want an amazing place to stay you have found the place and look no further! The jacuzzi / onsen is a very nice perk to the Ryokan as well!
Super friendly staff at this cozy Ryokan”
The staff were super friendly in this cozy hotel. The location is in a quiet neighborhood, but close to a metro station and with some good little restaurants close by. We loved the Japanese breakfasts.
Nice place to stay short, pretty modern ryokan. ”
Subway is about 8 minutes walk. Might be difficult to find first time, but ok afterwards. Knowing how to use subway is a must anyway for visiting Tokyo. My single unit was a bit dusty (maybe rare to find single traveler) but nothing major. Will definitely come back depending on time frame and budget.
Very pleasant stay”
Andon Ryokan gives individualized attention to their customer's needs. Great suggestions on local restaurants, wonderful breakfast included, relaxing jacuzzi. Hiro made us feel very welcome by providing information on neighborhood attractions and by replying quickly to email we sent when we were out for the day. He made this place very special!
Great Ryokan and Awsome Staff”
We stayed a couple of nights recently and couldn't be happier. The facilities were great, the room was small but great and the hot bath brilliant at the end of a day of sight seeing. The best thing about Andon though is the amazing staff - they couldn't have been nicer or more helpful.
Wonderful and charming accomodations”
Wonderful staff. Excellent value for the price. Free wifi works fantastic and each floor has its own router. Free refreshments in the lounge. Picnic tables on the roof to hang out and grab a few beers with friends. Closest subway access is Minowa station which is couple stops away from a JR transfer. This didn't affect my travel plans very much.
Great place to stay, shame we were only there for 2 nights. Only downside is we have to whisper in the evening to keep noise down :) but it was a really nice ryokan. I totally recommend the jacuzzi too! Staff were really helpful and friendly, but we couldn't say thank you and goodbye properly when we left at 5am...but thank you Andon Ryokan!
We stayed here for a total of three nights during our stay in Tokyo. The hotel was extremely cosy, rooms were well sized and extremely friendly staff. It's a small hotel, so you will run into a couple of friendly, chatty folks staying at the hotel as well, which I find it just lovely. There's complimentary coffee and tea, which they even serve upon entering the hotel on our first day. One of the staff, Aya, was just a delight to chat with and very helpful with any questions about places to visit in the city. Another staff, Hiro, was just brilliant; he helped us sort through the times to get to the airport on time, he even came up to our room to give us a printed out timetable for N'EX. Will definitely come back when we visit Tokyo again! =)
Great Ryokan in Tokyo”
We had a great time. The staff were very friendly and we really enjoyed our stay. The place is a few minutes walk from a metro station and a 20 minute walk from some of the more interesting things to see in Tokyo. Would recommend!
A good base in Tokyo”
I stayed at the Andon for two nights, at the end of three weeks of travel in Japan. It was at the high end of my budge - I stayed in s feral dorm-style ryokans during my trip - but I particularly appreciated the extra comfort I was provided, especially the futon, and the little extras (toothbrush, razor, yukata, etc.). The staff was great, and clearly used to dealing with western tourists, who comprise the majority of guests at this hotel. The hotel was quiet, while still being close to a busy area of the city, and just a short hop from Ueno Station. For a budget traveler looking for a moderate splurge in Tokyo, the Andon is a great choice.
good location, warm staff and cosy room”
the stay at Andon Ryokan was superb! the rooms were really clean and cosy and even though it's a shared bathroom, the toilets were really clean as well. when we just arrived to check in we were warmly welcomed with hot tea, towel and some sweet snacks (this is definitely a plus as we travelled in april and the weather was super cold!). the hotel also provides a variety of tea which are available 24/7 in the common lounge area. the location of this hotel is really convenient too! near Minowa station and the directions given were really clear hence we managed to locate the hotel with no issues at all. the best part of staying in this ryokan would be the service. they may rate themselves as a two star hotel but the service is definitely six star! the hotel staff are friendly and helpful. they have quite a good command of English as well hence there are no communication problems at all. the only minor drawback would perhaps be the lock of the room. they use a normal room key instead of key cards and we had trouble locking and unlocking our room door as the key always gets stuck. but aside from that, the whole stay at Andon was a pleasant one. will definitely go back to stay again if I wanna stay in a ryokan in tokyo!
Amazing experience! ”
Its was a memorable stay in Andon Ryokan especially friendly staff make us felt warm. Even though this hotel is not nearby to any subway station but you are able to take bus to Asakusa easily.Ths ryokan hotel is highly recommended.
Our stay at the Andon Ryokan was amazing. We went straight to the Hotel from the airport and it was the perfect place to unwind from a long flight. We immediately felt very welcome, the staff was very accomadating, and especially Aya was very kind and such a sweetheart. We booked a free session in their Onsen (hot tube) which was a really nice, very atmospheric experience. We enjoyed the western style breakfast that was made with the typical japanese perfection for cooking. And also joined Aya for a free lesson in Japanese which was great for learning some typical phrases and to learn a bit about japanese culture and how to be polite. We found the rooms to be small, but very comfortable, with tatami mats on the floor and a futon bed. We stayed here for two nights and wished we were staying more! We loved staying at the Andon Ryokan - Arigato gozaimasu!
Andon Ryokan Hotel