New and Newsworthy in Tokyo's Historic Asakusa District

By: PRLog

*New & Hip Hotels in Tokyo's Asakusa Region
*First Anniversary Attractions: Mizumachi & Sumida River Walk

TOKYO, Japan - July 18, 2021 - PRLog -- The Asakusa district, in the "downtown" shitamachi region of the city, is home to Tokyo's oldest and largest Buddhist temple, Sensoji, but as the Japanese capital is all about "Old Meeting New," there's a lot of new tourism development -- in hotels, retail, attractions, and transportation -- for all to enjoy.

New & Hip Asakusa area Hotels Opening Now or Celebrating their First Anniversaries – some offering more than just accommodations and dining …

Asakusa View Hotel Annex Rokku is a sophisticatedly designed, 199-room, 3 ½ star hotel with tatami-mat bed platforms in the deluxe rooms on the 9th & 10th floors. There two restaurants, a bar/lounge, and concierge services.  It is a 2-minute walk from Asakusa Station, with access to Narita Airport in less than one-hour on the Tsukuba Express Line. Opening soon.

Asakusa Tobu Hotel is conveniently located at the gateway to the Asakusa area. All 253 guest rooms are equipped with air purifiers. As a TOKYO SKYTREE® Official member Hotel, Asakusa Tobu Hotel offers special deals including priority entrance tickets to TOKYO SKYTREE. Opened October 8, 2020.

Asakusa Kokono Club Hotel is an integrated theater and dining hotel with 27 guest rooms on the upper floors. The dining room THE SHOKUDO -- meaning "The Dining Room" -- on the 1st floor offers nostalgic comfort food. Opened August 2020

Hotel MONday, with 115 guest rooms, a minimalist designed, dog-friendly hotel, aims for cozy omotenashi -- Japanese hospitality. The 50-seat buffet restaurant serves a healthy Japanese home-style breakfast, 7 – 10 am. Opened July 2020.

Hotel Tavinos, 13 story and 188 rooms, is a hotel with a novel design inspired by Japanese manga and pop art. Guests can choose their favorite manga room theme at the time of booking, with automatic check-in / check-out and luggage deposit service. Opened: May 2020. Hotel promotional video released in May 2021:

Resol Poshtel Tokyo Asakusa boasts 110 "rooms" and is similar to a "capsule-hotel" but with a modern twist. Guests relax in a spacious cabin inspired by the traditional Japanese tea ceremony. Opened January 2020.

TOKYO mizumachi and SUMIDA RIVER WALK Also Celebrate their First Anniversaries.

In June 2020, the TOKYO mizumachi commercial complex opened along with SUMIDA RIVER WALK a waterfront path along the bridge connecting Asakusa and TOKYO SKYTREE® (the world's tallest free-standing tower). The promenade starts at Asakusa Station, crosses the Sumida River – the SUMIDA RIVER WALK, and continues along the Kitajukken River to TOKYO SKYTREE TOWN ( As a result, the distance from Asakusa to TOKYO SKYTREE has been shortened, and visitors can enjoy the atmosphere of downtown Tokyo, while avoiding congestion and traffic. TOKYO mizumachi welcomes day-trippers and globetrotters with shops and eateries that embody the Tokyo brand concept of "Old Meets New" in casual restaurants, convenience stores, sports facilities, and even a comfortable and reasonably-priced community-style accommodations, with both dormitory and private rooms - WISE OWL HOSTELS RIVER TOKYO ( Opened January 9, 2021.


Hisashi Tsumura at QBIC FACTORY, Inc.
Tokyo Tourism Representative in New York

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Mizumachi Skytree Screenshot Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo Nakamise-dori at Sensoji Temple Tokyo Cityscape with TOKYO SKYTREE and Mt. Fuji Amazake Candy Making In Asakusa and Sumida wards

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