A tower ryokan in Tokyo

In the Edo period, this exclusive location was home to a residence belonging to the feudal lord, Sakai, who supported Ieyasu Tokugawa. The area includes Otemon Gate and Kanda-bashi Bridge, and today is the center of finance as well. Standing in its midst is Hoshinoya Tokyo, a ryokan (traditional Japanese-style inn) reminiscent of a tower. Each floor is constructed as a small Japanese ryokan built with a living room at its center in the style associated with Tokyo, creating a tower of Japanese ryokan that is a refuge in the city. Guests can enter, remove their shoes, and enjoy a hot spring bath, a living room area, and a guestroom steeped in the culture of old Tokyo. Relax in a traditional Japanese tatami room and delight in seasonal cuisine.

Facility size

Room Layout
Kiku Twin Room: 83 m2; 13 guestrooms; 3-guest capacity
Yuri Double Room: 46 m2–49 m2; 15 guestrooms; 2-guest capacity
Sakura Double Room: 41m2–47 m2; 36 guestrooms; 2-guest capacity
Sakura Twin Room: 41m2–47 m2; 20 guestrooms; 2-guest capacity


Standard room facilities

Electric kettle, TV Satellite broadcast, Safety deposit box, Portable audio speaker, Refrigerator

In-room amenities

Shampoo, Conditioner, Body soap, Soap, Towel, Bath towel, Body towel, Sponge, Toothbrush set, Comb/hairbrush, Shower cap, Hair dryer, Razor, Shaving gel/foam, Kimono, Pajamas, Facial wash, Skin toner, Milky lotion, Makeup remover, Cotton swabs, Cotton pads, Mini bar, Tea (free)

Check in / Check out

Check-in: 15:00/Check-out: Noon

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  • 16
  • 【英語】星のや東京
  • 35.68774
  • 139.765012

1-9-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo


From Narita Airport
From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport)
Approx. a 2-min. walk (100 m) from Tokyo Metro Otemachi Sta. Marunouchi Line A1 Exit or C1 Exit

About this facility
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