Reservations

THE KANZASHI TOKYO ASAKUSA

Reservations

THE KANZASHI TOKYO ASAKUSA
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“The Hotel Connecting the Beauty of Japan”
-THE KANZASHI TOKYO ASAKUSA-
In the place where our hotel is located, there used to be a restaurant called “Asakusa Tanbo Kusatsu-tei”, which lasted for more than 150 years. We connect our guests with our beautiful city, people and culture as a kanzashi hairpin that unite the history and culture of this area and the excitement of our guests who stayed at our hotel, and as a stage where many people can feel the culture and beauty of Japan.

CONCEPT&DESIGN

THE KANZASHI TOKYO ASAKUSA adopts the modern design “Japanese modern,” which reconstructed “Harmony (Wa)”, a Japanese cultural concept. We finished the front of the building with a traditional Japanese technique, Dabbed Finish (Kotataki).In addition, various beauty across the boundaries of the times and countries creates the Japanese modern design of our hotel, by using bracket lighting made by TROY LIGHITING ordered from the United States.

ROOMS

Beautiful views unique to this area, such as Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Skytree. It is also attractive to slowly watch the changes in the city that has different expression depending on the time of day. We have various types of rooms that you can choose according to your needs, such as girls gatherings and family use.

ELOISE’s Cafe

ELOISE’s Cafe, which is popular in Karuizawa, has expanded its business to Asakusa, Tokyo. In addition to the classic Eggs Benedict, the seasonal Yukimi French Toast is a menu limited to Asakusa. We also have a great breakfast set that you can select from our popular menu for guests that stay at our hotel. Please enjoy yourself in our calm and relaxing space.

ACTIVITY

Asakusa, which retains the Edo atmosphere, is a popular spot not only for Japanese but also for foreign tourists. Please enjoy a lot of experiences that you don’t usually have.
A variety of experiences unique to Asakusa, such as Edo Kiriko (Glass sculpture) and Tonbotama (Glass ball) classes, ceramic art experience, food sample making, and dressing in kimono, are waiting for you.