Shin-Okubo Sekitei, Small Japanese-style hotel near Shinjuku, Tokyo
Rooms at Shin-Okubo Sekitei
All rooms are traditional, yet comfortable Japanese style tatami mat rooms. The rooms range in size from 4 to 8 mats and can accomodate up to 3 guests. In the traditional Japanese way, guests can use the room for chilling out during the day and then roll out the futon at night.
Please note that the hotel is all no-smoking.
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In-Room Amenities at Shin-Okubo Sekitei
Each room has internet access (via LAN cable), a TV, sink, fridge, kettle, toilet and bath.
In room amenities include tea, hair-dryer, soap, shampoo & conditioner, toothbrush set, shower cap, disposable razor, brush, hand / bath towels, yukata robe and slippers.
Facilities at Shin-Okubo Sekitei
Wi-Fi can be accessed in the common room, located on the fourth floor, where guests are encouraged to meet and exchange information. The room includes a PC, TV and DVD player for guests' use. Cooking facilities and tableware are available for free in our mini-kitchen, also located on the fourth floor.
Guest can also enjoy the traditional Showa period atmosphere of the hotel with it's indoor Japanese rock garden and decorations. Meanwhile there are pamphlets and information in the entrance lobby and the staff will be happy to assist you further or to make recommendations.
Sightseeing near Shin-Okubo Sekitei
Shin-Okubo Station is in the center of Tokyo, providing easy accesses to major shopping and sight-seeing spots. The major business and entertainment hub of Shinjuku is just one stop away by train on JR Yamanote line, while the bright lights of Shibuya are only 4 stops away.
Other popular tourist destinations such as Roppongi, Akihabara, and Asakusa are also very accessible, while those wishing to explore further afield can get to Yokohama and Kamakura easily by train as well.
Okubo itself is famous for its Korean Town which can be accessed on foot. Nearby the hotel, guests can sample great dining options at one of the many cafes, restaurants or Japanese-style pubs. Reasonably priced dining options include conveyor belt Sushi and authentic Japanese / Korean cuisine.