Two bedrooms; one with double bed, another two singles, perfect for a family
Akiko & Hidemasa Yamamoto
- english, Japanese, japanese
About Akiko & Hidemasa Yamamoto
I am a retired professor who took her degree from Columbia university in NYC long time ago.
Akiko & Hidemasa Yamamoto purchased this House in 1950
Why Akiko & Hidemasa Yamamoto chose Sumida
Traditional outlook and modern equipments. Convenient to get to Akihabara, Ginza, Asakusa, Shibuya, Shinjuku, or even to Nikko. Bus stop right near the house and get to Asakusa by 10 mins. Less than 10 minutes walk to two major train stations.
What makes this House unique
Though it is located close to Asakusa, the major tourists attraction in Tokyo, Mukojima area is not polluted with commercial tourism. There is a famous Japanese style 'tea house restaurant' where you can see and enjoy Geisha performance with reasonable price.
Check-in: 4:00 pm
Check-out: 12:00 pm
our policy is STRICTLY non smoking
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100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Another great stay at Sumire House
It’s been the fourth time at the Sumire house. Nothing can beat its authenticity and feel. Fantastic.
Mariusz and the family, thank you very much for your staying at our place repeatedly and the nice comment. Hope you have found out some new better sides of Japan and will come back to our place. Looking forward to seeing you folks again. Thank you again. Hi-de Yamamoto
A wonderful taste of Tokyo
The property lived up to our expectations. The photos and description was quite accurate and we received excellent support when we asked for assistance in navigating the streets and transportation systems. We would choose this property for a future visit to Tokyo if it becomes possible. We found the property in good repair and well equipped.
The property was in good repair and the dishes and cooking facilities were of good quality. The property was well supplied to meet the needs of a traveler.
Dear Craig, thank you very much for your nice review that surely encourages us to feel happy and comfortable in carrying out our service. Hi-de Yamamoto
Wonderful place to stay in Tokyo
Amazing house in Tokyo close to the Skytree making it easy to access all that Tokyo has to offer.
Dear Elaine Sherring,
Thank you very much for your good rating. Do please come back. HIDE Yamamoto
Very nice place to stay.
It was nice to spend a few days in this lovely place and the extra welcome at the train station was definitely a plus!
Thank you very much for your 5 stars. Come back to our Sumire House. HIDE Yamamoto
Cozy, traditional house
All of us enjoyed staying at Sumida House. There was a very informative guide and any questions were quickly answered by the hosts. The bedrooms had plenty of room and the beds were comfortable. The only reason for four stars instead of five is there is a very busy road close by and it was quite loud making sleeping difficult. However this would not keep me from staying again but I would bring ear plugs next time.
Dear Janine Maher,
Thank you very much for your staying at our place. Sorry about your sleeping. Did Kelly have a good start with her Japanese University? I assume you folks went over to Sumida river to walk along under its famous Sakura blossoms in bloom. Sakura and the river has been well-known as authentic beauty of old Japan and wish good photos were taken with the camera.
Thank you very much again. Fumiho
Everything we needed
Great location, great host. If we come back to Tokyo, we will be staying here.
Danny, glad to know you folks enjoyed the restaurant. Did you enjoy walking around our area to feel its own unique atmosphere?
Do please come back to Mukojima. Thank you very much for your staying at our place.
How about having a day trip to Nikko, where one of the most famous shinto shrines in Japan is located? That was built for a tomb for Yeyasu Tokugawa, who started Tokugawa shogunate in 1603. From Sumire House, it is very easy to get to Nikko.
Kyoto enjoyed culture of court nobles with showy buildings and gorgeous eating/clothing habit while Nikko, the place where the top samurai is laid, has different taste.