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There is a convenience store located on the left side of the hotel building

An excellent location five minutes on foot from Japan Rail Ueno Station JR

The Ueno New Izu Hotel is located five minutes on foot from Japan Rail Ueno station, three minutes on foot from Tokyo Metro Ueno station, and ten minutes on foot from Keisei Railways Ueno station. The hotel welcomes many guests from overseas. There is a convenience store next door and major sightseeing spots such as the Ameyoko market street and the Yushima district are within walking distance. A landlady with deep knowledge of the local area welcomes guests at this home-like hotel.

Japanese-style rooms, a rarity in the area

A relaxing Japanese-style room

The hotel has 12 Japanese-style rooms that can accommodate up to 4 guests each. Each room is the size of 7.5 tatami mats, or about 12 m2. In the Ueno area, few hotels offer Japanese-style rooms where guests can remove their shoes and enjoy rest and relaxation, so the Japanese-style rooms at the Ueno New Izu hotel are a rare find. In guest rooms the bathtub, toilet, and washstand are separated for ease of use, a feature popular with families traveling together and guests from overseas. The hotel provides body wash, shampoo, and conditioner in guest rooms. Guests who require razors, body sponges, or hairbrushes can request them at the reception desk.

Layouts vary from room to room

The hotel has four twin rooms of about 20㎡ each. Each room has a different color scheme and interior décor, and repeat guests appreciate being able to experience a different atmosphere each time they visit. These relaxing, spacious rooms can accommodate three guests and are filled with natural sunlight and decorated with houseplants. On sunny days, some guest rooms have views of Tokyo Sky Tree. There is also a family room of about 22㎡that can accommodate up to five guests. This spacious and open room has a balcony.

A twin room

Semi-double rooms, recommended for guests staying more than one night

The chic layout of a semi-double room

Semi-double rooms are recommended for couples or friends who want to reduce their accommodation costs. Compared to other guest rooms, semi-double rooms are smaller, and therefore the room rate is reasonable. The hotel also has double rooms with beds that are slightly larger than those in semi-doubles. There are also single rooms, of course, including two single rooms with shared bath and toilet facilities that are perfect for budget-conscious travelers. The ability to provide guest rooms suitable to a variety of guests is one of Ueno New Izu Hotel’s special features.


Bustling Ameyoko market street, which attracts many tourists throughout the year

Special Features

Sightseeing spots including vibrant Ameyoko market street, Ueno Park, and Yushima Tenjin shrine are within walking distance of the hotel. Also located within a ten minute walk is the long-established Takeya discount shop in the Okachimachi neighborhood, which has become quite popular with international travelers in recent years.

Money and payments: The hotel accepts foreign-issued credit cards from all countries except the People’s Republic of China. There is an ATM nearby that accepts foreign cards, and a nearby bank offering currency exchange services.

Internet access: The hotel provides free Wi-Fi and LAN internet access.

Security and Valuables: Guest rooms are not equipped with safes, but guests can leave valuables at the front desk for safekeeping.

Laundry: The hotel has coin laundry facilities.

Language support: Hotel staff speak English.

Non-smoking rooms: The hotel lobby is non-smoking, and non-smoking rooms are available.

Hotel information

Ueno New Izu Hotel

Address:3-13-1 Higashi-Ueno, Taito-ku Postal code:110-0015

The hotel is a five-minute walk from Japan Rail Ueno station, a three-minute walk from Exit 3 of Ueno station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Hibiya Lines and a ten-minute walk from Keisei Ueno station.

Trains from Japan Rail, Keisei Railways, and Tokyo Metro stop in Ueno, but each train company has its own station. The stations are quite close to each other. There are escalators and elevators at the stations.

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