Only 3 minute walk from JR Kanda Station. Convenient location with walking distance from Tokyo station.

Various restaurants are available around Kanda station, convenience store is 2 minute walk from the hotel, public bath is about 9 minute walk from the hotel


  • About 3 minute walk from the west exit of JR Yamanote Line (Kanda Station)
  • About 6 minute walk from the north exit of Tokyo Metro, JR Yamanote Line (Kanda Station)
  • About 7 minute walk from A1・A2 exit of Tokyo Metro (Otemachi Station)
  • About 11 minute walk from JR/Tokyo Metro (Tokyo Station), Nihonbashi Station

Person who comes from main stations

Person who comes from airport

Tourism information

  • Akihabara (from JR Kanda Station 1 station two minutes)

    Town, Akihabara that prospered as electronics quarter eminent Japan. In late years, as well as charm as electronics quarter, it undergoes a transfiguration to tourist attraction that is world-famous as the place of dispatch of subculture that game and animation, Japan including comics are proud of. It is 1 station two minutes by Yamanote Line or Keihin-Tohoku Line from JR Kanda Station. Access from our hotel is outstanding, too.

    Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku neighborhood
  • Ginza (from Tokyo Metro Kanda Station 4 station seven minutes)

    Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo that department store and luxury brand shop, fashion-business buildings stand in a row, and the highest trend gathers. Historical traditional building harmonizes with modern building, and there is refined atmosphere in cityscape opening into a grid form.
    As Ginza Chuo-dori becomes vehicle-free promenade from 12:00 p.m. to the evening on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays, we can thoroughly enjoy Ginza relaxedly.

    Ginza, Chuo-ku neighborhood
  • Ueno (from Tokyo Metro Kanda Station 3 station five minutes)

    It is area to be fragrant, and to drift of culture to be dotted with art museum and museum, university of arts, zoos. In addition, there is famous Kanei-ji Temple in Ueno grace park and Five Storeyed Pagoda which are full of green and is place where flow of unhurried air is felt while being in the downtown area.
    On the other hand, in mall spreading out in underpasses from JR Ueno Station to Okachimachi, popular name "Ameyoko-cho Arcade," a great variety of stores link the eaves to food and clothing, jewel, miscellaneous goods, and vigor overflows day after day.
    In Ueno having various faces, it is one by Tokyo Metro Ginza Line from Kanda Station.

    Ueno, Taito-ku neighborhood
  • Kanda Shrine about 19 minutes of walking distance

    Kanda shrine said to have about 1300 years of history from Edo period is also known as “Kanda Myojin”, and it is popular with many people. Even “ Kanda Festival (festival that we chewed) "counted among one of the three major festivals of Japan with Gion festival of Kyoto, Tenjin Festival of Osaka is famous, and miniature shrine parades around downtown, and Kanda festival performed in May once in two years shows turnout serious every time.

    2-16-2, Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • mAAch ecute Kanda Manseibashi about 12 minutes of walking distance

    Do you know that once there was “Manseibashi Station” between Kanda and Ochanomizu on the Chuo Line? "Mer wisdom cute Kanda forever bridge" is commercial facility which was reborn newly while Bridge viaduct keeps the history and memory alive in red brick all generations completed in 1912 (Meiji 45). This is an “area-activating commercial facilities” producing the town’s mood and gaiety with transmitting Japan’s “Present” values like the salon in bygone days where people met and talked about culture.

    1-25-4, Kandasudacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • Kanda Furuhonshotengai - antiquarian bookshop district about 19 minutes of walking distance

    The area with gathering of about 180 antiquarian bookshops with the Jimbocho intersection (point where Yasukunidori and Hakusandori intersect) serving as its center point is also known as “Kanda Furuhonshotengai (antiquarian bookshop district)”. “Kanda Furuhon Matsuri (antiquarian books festival)” is held at the end of October each year, and you will encounter 500m of “book street” comprised of various book booths along the sidewalk of main street of Jimbocho. We recommend you to step into this unique world of antiquarian books that is sure to stimulate your curiosity.

    Kanda Jimbocho area in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo