A toast to
your trip to Tokyo.

Established by the Kikkawa sake brewery,
our 21-room boutique hotel is
just minutes from the main sights of Asakusa.
The same century-long dedication
to our award-winning brews goes into ensuring you have the best stay in the city.
We look forward to welcoming you to Tokyo at our open sake bar!

MESSAGE FROM THE BREWER Hospitality from the Sake Brewery

A Warm Welcome From the Kikkawa Brewery

For over a century, our brewery has had a tradition of excellence and hospitality, and we are excited to share this intrinsic part of Japanese culture with you at our hotel in the heart of Asakusa. Brewing sake requires intense dedication, attention to detail and love, which we pour into both our brews and ensuring our guest’s comfort and satisfaction.

To our delight, more and more people around the world have begun to appreciate our sake, with the Kikkawa Brewery receiving multiple awards in international competitions. However, we think that tasting our sake while in Japan, surrounded by millenia of culture, is an extra special experience.

Whether you are already a sake lover or just starting to discover the charms of Japan’s most iconic beverage, we hope that you will enjoy sampling our sake to your heart’s content, and that your stay at our hotel will be an unforgettable memory of your visit to Tokyo.



SAKE BAR Free-flow Sake

All guests 20 and older can enjoy as much of our award-winning sake as they like, both from the bar and automatic sake server

RELAX Rooftop Footbath

Relax after a day of sightseeing and treat your tired feet to a soak in our footbath with views of Tokyo Skytree

STAY&ROOM Asakusa Location

Stay in the heart of Tokyo’s historic district, with many famous sights, delicious restaurants and convenient train stations just a short walk away


Sake Bar Hotel Asakusa
1-6-7 Komagata, Taito-ku, Tokyo

For guests flying via Haneda Airport, take the Keikyu Airport Limited Express train to Asakusa Station, a quick 35-minute ride.

If you are arriving at Narita Aiport, the Keisei Narita Skyaccess train will take you to Asakusa in 58 minutes.

The hotel is a:

  • 2-minute walk from Asakusa Station’s A1 Exit on the Asakusa Line
  • 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station or Tawaramachi Station on the Ginza Line
  • 5-minute walk from Kuramae Station on the Oedo Line

Getting to the hotel by train

Asakusa Station has excellent connections with many different train lines, making it a great base for exploring Tokyo’s sights.

Getting to the hotel from the airport

Sake Bar Hotel Asakusa is conveniently located right by Asakusa Station, with direct train links from both Haneda Airport (35 minutes) and Narita Airport (58 minutes).

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