About Hotel Edoya
- GuidanceSince its establishment in 1967, our hotel has been well received by many guests from all over Japan and around the world as a government-registered international tourist inn.
(Currently, International Tourism Ryokan Alliance has changed its name to Japan Ryokan & Hotel Association.)
In Edo period, the area around Hotel Edoya came to be called `` Mikumi Town'' because three groups of retainers received land and lived there.
Hotel Edoya is located on a quiet hill on Mikumizaka in the center of the town.
It is located close to Ueno, Akihabara, Ochanomizu, and Okachimachi, and is also very accessible to JR and subway stations, making it very convenient for sightseeing, business, and meetings such as class reunions.
- Whole building Japanese styleThis facility has men's and women's open-air baths, saunas, mahjong rooms, etc. on the 6th floor.
At Kosetsu, located on the first basement floor, you can enjoy a delicious breakfast, as well as the highly acclaimed handmade soba noodles, as well as authentic lunch and dinner at affordable prices.