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Located within a short commute from Tokyo Disneyland, the wooden two story Ryokan Fuji offers travelers a hospitable and calm Japanese inn atmosphere. It provides an inexpensive base for both sightseeing and business, within easy access of central Tokyo, Tokyo Disneyland, the Asakusa district and Narita Airport. Both Western and Japanese style rooms are available, with or without private bath.
Located within a short commute from the Akihabara electronics district, the wooden two story Ryokan Fuji offers travelers a hospitable and calm Japanese inn atmosphere. It provides an inexpensive base for both sightseeing and business, within easy access of central Tokyo, Tokyo Disneyland, the Asakusa district and Narita Airport. Only Japanese-style rooms are available, with private facilities.
This lovely central hotel, located a few kilometers away from the airport, provides comfortable accommodation and a relaxed respite from Tokyo's furious bustle. Guest rooms feature a modern decor, and with an arsenal of convenient amenities and facilities at your disposal, it is no wonder that the Radisson Narita is a top choice for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel is also home to a decent dining scene, with the California Restaurant and the Super Stars Sports Bar tucked into its confines. The coffee shop and a lounge within the hotel also make for ideal places to unwind.
International Guesthouse Azure Narita is a modern Japanese guesthouse located a 10-minute walk from the east exit of Keisei Narita Train Station. Providing dormitory-style rooms for shared or private use, it also has free Wi-Fi and free coffee at the common lounge. Simply furnished, all non-smoking rooms are fitted with bunk beds and air conditioning. Guests can choose from 3 types of pillows. Shared hot-water showers are provided. Towels are available at an extra charge. International Guesthouse Azure Narita is a 20-minute walk from Naritasan Shinsho Temple and Naritasan Shodo Museum. Narita International Airport is a 7-minute train ride from Keisei Narita Train Station. Guests can watch English TV programmes or DVDs at the common lounge. There is also a coin-operated launderette and luggage storage services.
The only nationally accredited traditional Japanese inn—otherwise known as a ryokan—in Narita City, Wakamatsu Honten offers travelers traditional Japanese-style accommodation within a short commute from the Tokyo International Airport at Narita. All lodgings come with breakfast and dinner as part of the tariff.
Hotel East 21 Tokyo is a 21-story landmark is the core of the high-tech city center known as "Tokyo East 21." Guests are offered a warm welcome, with meticulous service in an authentic, 19th century European atmosphere. Rooms have been carefully designed to meet the needs of sophisticated travelers, with facilities as would be expected. The first exhibition hall directly linked to a hotel in Tokyo is of particular interest.