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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Located in the heart of Tokyo, Sukeroku no Yado Sadachiyo is a shining example of traditional Japanese inns, otherwise known as "ryokan." Renowned for time-honored hospitality, beautifully arranged meals, comfortable yukata to wear, and public baths that look like they belong in a hot springs resort, the fatigue from a day of sightseeing will disappear as you spend the evening relaxing in your room.
Even if you're not spending the night in one of the inn's spacious and classically decorated tatami rooms, the ryokan is worth a quick stop for a couple of photos. With its paper lanterns, wooden railings and even a rickshaw, the front entrance is incredibly photogenic.
While it can be difficult to find ryokan with substantial information in English, Sukeroku no Yado Sadachiyo has plenty of support for guests who aren't fluent in Japanese.
For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.