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2 minute walk from Ningyocho.

Only a 2min walk from exit A5 through
Ningyocho Station of Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line/Toei Asakusa Line.

2 minute walk from Ningyocho.

Take Exit A5 of Ningyocho Station, turn right and head straight.
Cross the pedestrian crossings and continue until you spot Nihonbashi Saibo to your right.

By Airport

By Airport

Haneda Airport
【Train】
Haneda Airport (Keikyu Airport Line, Toei Asakusa Line (Direct)) -> Ningyocho
Time required・・・At least 32 minutes
【Limousine Bus】
Haneda Airport(Limousine Bus)→T-CAT(Tokyo City Air Terminal)→
(12 minute walk or 5 minute taxi ride)→Hotel
The bus stop is at the Haneda Airport Terminal 1
Bus fare・・・One-way for adults:820yen one-way for children:410yen
Time required・・・Approximately 25 minutes
Narita Airport
【Train】
Narita Airport(Narita Express, Approximately 54 minutes)→Tokyo Station→(5 minute taxi ride)→Hotel
Time required・・・Approximately 59 minutes

Narita Airport(Keisei Narita Airport Line)→Oshiage(Toei Asakusa Line)→Ningyocho→Hotel
Time required・・・Approximately 65 minutes

Narita Airport(Keisei Narita Airport Line Approximately 55 minutes)→Oshiage(Toei Asakusa Line)→Ningyocho→Hotel Time required・・・Approximately 65 minutes
【Limousine Bus】
Narita Airport(Limousine Bus)→T-CAT(Tokyo City Air Terminal)→(12 minute walk or 5 minute taxi ride)→Hotel
The bus stop is at the Narita Airport Terminal 1.
Bus fare・・・One-way for adults:3,000yen one-way for children:1,500yen
Time required・・・Approximately 55 minutes

SIGHTSEEING

Tokyo Sightseeing Map

Tokyo Ginza Tokyo Imperial Palace Akihabara Ueno Shinjyuku Roppongi Shibuya Tsukiji Market Tokyo Sky Tree Asakusa (Senso-ji) Tokyo tower Kokugikan
  • Tokyo

    Tokyo

    The world class metropolis of Tokyo is the center of Japan's economy, government and culture. Shinjuku, Shibuya, Harajuku, Roppongi, and Odaiba are among the big city locations that are filled with energy and tourists.

    [How to Access]

    Approximately 5 minutes by taxi.

  • Ginza

    Ginza

    Ginza is an upscale town for a mature clientele. We recommend cafés at Ginza if you would like to have an elegant and luxurious experience.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Hibiya Line, Approximately 9 minutes) -> Ginza

  • Tokyo Imperial Palace

    Tokyo Imperial Palace

    The Tokyo Imperial Palace is the primary residence of the Imperial Majesties of Japan. Running and walking around the palace is a popular activity.

    [How to Access]

    10 minutes by taxi from the hotel.

  • Akihabara

    Akihabara

    Japan's largest 'electric town' and the mecca of Japanese computers. With more than ten blocks crammed with tiny electronic goods stores, Akihabara is known as the world's center for electronics.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Hibiya Line, Approximately 4 minutes) -> Akihabara

  • Ueno

    Ueno

    Ueno is a large hub for transportation and is also the location for many parks, art galleries and museums. It is a perfect place to stroll around and explore.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Hibiya Line, Approximately 8 minutes) -> Ueno

  • Shinjyuku

    Shinjyuku

    The west exit of Shinjuku is a business district with many trendy cafés around. The east exit has one of the most popular, bustling commercial districts in all of Japan, home to many sources of entertainment.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Hibiya Line, Approximately 4 minutes) -> Akihabara -> (JR Sobu Line, Approximately 16 minutes) -> Shinjuku

  • Roppongi

    Roppongi

    Roppongi has many trendy cafés & bars centered around Tokyo Midtown and Roppongi Hills.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Hibiya Line, Approximately 20 minutes) -> Roppongi

  • Shibuya

    Shibuya

    Shibuya has many gourmet restaurants that are perfect for both lunch and dinner.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Hibiya Line, Approximately 9 minutes) -> Ginza -> (Ginza Line, Approximately 15 minutes) -> Shibuya

  • Tsukiji Market

    Tsukiji Market

    The Tsukiji Fish Market is an outdoor wholesale market that's also open to members of the general public.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Approximately 6 minutes) -> Tsukiji

  • Tokyo Sky Tree

    Tokyo Sky Tree

    At 634m, Sky Tree is the largest transmission tower in the world. Explore the observation platform, restaurants, cafes and other assorted amenities.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Toei Asakusa Line, Approximately 10 minutes) -> Oshiage

  • Asakusa (Senso-ji)

    Asakusa (Senso-ji)

    The oldest temple complex in the city, constructed in the year 628. More than 30 million tourists visit annually.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Toei Asakusa Line, Approximately 6 minutes) -> Asakusa

  • Tokyo tower

    Tokyo tower

    A communications tower at a height of 333 meters. Even after Tokyo Skytree was completed, there are still many sightseers that come to visit.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line, Approximately 18 minutes) -> Kamiyacho

  • Kokugikan

    Kokugikan

    A facility where grand sumo tournaments are held. At the Kokugikan Sumo Arena, there is the New Year's tournament in January, the summer sumo tournament in May, and the autumn sumo tournament in September.

    [How to Access]

    Ningyocho -> (Toei Asakusa Line, Approximately 3 minutes) -> Asakusabashi -> (JR Sobu Line, Approximately 2 minutes) -> Ryogoku

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