On this page, we will introduce high-quality ryokans located in Tokyo. Ryokans are traditional Japanese inns with classic interiors, offering a wonderful experience to fully immerse oneself in Japanese culture. Traditional ryokans in Japan are becoming increasingly scarce even within the country, and there are very few ryokans in metropolitan Tokyo. For those visiting Japan from overseas to enjoy sightseeing, we encourage you to stay at a Japanese-style ryokan and experience Japan's traditional culture firsthand. We believe it will be a very comfortable and enriching cultural experience for you.


Hoshinoya Tokyo is a unique hotel that blends traditional Japanese hospitality with modern luxury. Located in the heart of Tokyo, stepping just inside from the urban hustle and bustle reveals a space filled with tranquility and calm. Upon entering the rooms, you'll notice the interior design, which incorporates traditional Japanese architectural beauty with modern elements.


My experience staying at the traditional Japanese inn, Sukeroku no Yado Teiichiyu, in Tokyo was a perfect blend of Japan's tradition and modern comfort. Situated in a tranquil location in Sumida Ward, away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this inn offers a traditional Japanese accommodation experience.Stepping into the room, the scent of tatami welcomes you. 


Stepping into Onsen ryokan YUEN SHINJUKU, you'll find a serene Japanese space that helps you forget the hustle and bustle of the city. Despite being in the heart of Shinjuku, this accommodation retains a strong atmosphere of traditional Japanese hot spring inns. From the lobby to the rooms and the hot springs, everywhere you look, you'll see a design that reflects Japanese aesthetic sensibilities.


Basking in the warm spring sunlight, I arrived at "Edo Sakura." This inn, nestled in the heart of Tokyo, has been providing travelers with a taste of traditional Japanese living since its opening in 2013. Stepping into the building felt like stepping back in time; the atmosphere exuded the charm of old Japan.


Visiting Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu was like stepping back in time. Located near Asakusa's Nakamise shopping street, after passing through the charming streetscape, we were welcomed by the serene atmosphere of traditional Japanese architecture. Stepping into the guest room, the soothing feel of tatami mats and the calming hues of the Japanese-style room promised a relaxing time.