Sakura Hotel Jimbocho, Tokyo

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Clean and good location

after staying at different hostels in Canada and U.S., the stay in Sakura Hotel was very pleasant. It was clean and private because of the curtain in each bed.

Age 22 | Korea

I stayed at this hotel with my brother and mother one year ago. I never visited this site but when I saw it I said I should give my comment about Sakura Hotel.

It was a nice place to stay; almost all the places in Tokyo are small! It was clean and safe. People staffing it were nice... good English speakers!!! That's important when you don't speak Japanese and also English is not your native language. So the clerk girl was nice and helped us... thanks if you read this! We had no accommodation for our last day in Tokyo, because all the hotels were full for that date. We were coming from another Japanese city and only found rooms at Sakura. We thought to find another place to spend our last night but all the hotels were full. We were imagining spending our night at the airport waiting for our flight to come back to our country but they told us, "if we have a cancellation you are going to be in the list". Thankfully they had two rooms free that night!

Note: if you are planning to go to Tokyo from another country or from another city in Japan, make all your reservations at least 5 to 7 days before going there. Hey, another recommendation to travelers: not many places accept credit cards or traveler checks and automatic cashiers only work until 8 or 9 p.m.! That's awful for such a modern city as Tokyo!! In other cities it's worse! Take the time to learn some Japanese before you go. ;-)

If you take this advice you are going to make your stay easier in Japan. Ah! Also, Sakura is close to the Jimbocho station, convenient stores are 1 or 2 blocks away, and, as all Japanese places, this hotel has vending machines for hot and cold beverages to shampoo, hair conditioner and razors. It has a laundry and also a cafe, small but for 300 yen you can get breakfast (self-service). But there is no limit to the bread slides you can take and cups of coffee or tea, and also they have a variety of tea bags and jelly and also butter. And it has an Internet corner (not free but it's speedy). I hope my opinion helps you visitors. And if I return to Tokyo someday I will consider going again to Sakura if my budget is low.

Ana from Peru

My husband and I stayed here in late November 2004. Our private room was small (the bed and a table with a small TV on it took most of the space, leaving little room for our bags) but clean. The hotels provided towels as well as a yukata (an informal kimono) for each guest, which was a nice touch. The shower rooms were clean and surprisingly spacious.

The staff was particularly helpful, assisting with everything from first aid to transportation. The hotel lobby's walls were peppered with fliers and printouts of how to get around Tokyo and other cities, arranged according to length of time, price, and distance.

One of the best things about this hotel is the location. It's just a couple of blocks from the Jimbocho subway station, is very near a grocery and three 24-hour convenience stores, and is right smack dab in a district known for bookstores and stationery stores. Every other store in this neighborhood sells either books (new, used, imported, plus some old magazines in mint condition, but mostly in Japanese) or exquisite Japanese paper, with the occasional teashop.

The 24-hour cafe on the first floor of the hotel is a plus, but not the best place for a non-smoker like me. The small cafe has played host to so many smokers that the entire hotel lobby perpetually smells of cigarettes, even with the front doors thrown open. Sometimes, with people coming in and out of the elevator, the smoke is transported up to the fifth floor. But that's possibly the only complaint that I have, and maybe our room's vaulted ceiling, which came down right to the foot of our bed, taking away even more precious space. All things considered, I would definitely stay here next time I'm in town.

M. Tampinco


Location and Contact




Address: 2-21-4 Kanda-Jimbocho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

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Website Sakura Hotel Jimbocho Tokyo
Phone Number: +81-3-3261-3939
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Facilities and Amenities

Party Hostel

Solo Traveller




Wi-Fi in Lobby/Commons

Luggage Storage

24 Hour Security

Air Conditioning


Clothes Dryer

Concierge/Info Desk

Credit Card Payments



Hair Dryers

Hot Showers


Live Music/Performance

Lounge Area

Movie Library/Rental

Swimming Pool


Wheelchair Accessible

Curfew: No Curfew

Reception Hours: 24 Hours


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