hanare

Taito-Ku Yanaka 3-10-25, Tokyo, Japan

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Hanare is situated in the Taito district in Tokyo 3.1 km from Sensoji Temple and 4.1 km from Yasukuni Shrine.Every room is equipped with a shared bathroom. Extras include free toiletries and a hairdryer.

Hanare features free WiFi throughout the property.You will find concierge service and shops at the property.The inn also offers bike hire. Edo Tokyo Museum is 4.3 km from hanare while Tokyo Sky Tree Tower is 4.

4 km from the property. The nearest airport is Tokyo Haneda International Airport 19 km from the property.

Check-in: 15:00
Check-out: 11:00

Top Amenities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Bicycle rental
  • Concierge Service
  • Free WiFi
  • Internet services
  • Luggage storage
  • Non-smoking throughout
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Shops (on site)
  • WiFi
  • WiFi available in all areas

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Important Information

Please note that the property has steep stairs. Rooms on the ground floor are recommended for guests with heavy luggage or children.Please note, late check-in fees apply between 21:00-00:00. Arrivals after 00:00 will be treated as a no show.Guests are required to inform the property in case their expected arrival time changes.Children under 6 years cannot be accommodated at the property.Smoking is prohibited at the property. Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply. Please inform hanare in advance of your expected arrival time. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly with the contact details provided in your confirmation.

Guest Score and Reviews


9.6

By: Jihyeon
Exceptional
2019-02-19

Traveller Type: solo traveller
  : All good, if you want rest and refresh. It will be very good choice.

9.9

By: Rhoda
Exceptional
2019-01-11

Traveller Type: family with young children
  : Friendly staff who made you feel welcome.

9.9

By: Tervel
Exceptional
2018-12-16

Traveller Type: solo traveller
  : Traditional interiors with Japanese elegance and minimalism. I love sleeping on tatami floors, there’s nothing like this grassy hay smell that I find very comforting. The mattress and duvet were great. I’ve stayed at some other places where they were too thin and I couldn’t sleep well. The staff is wonderful, they are super sweet and accommodating. They were able to store my luggage when I arrived early in the morning before checkin. The breakfast was delicious and the cafe is very nice with beautiful ambiance. Everyone on Facebook and Instagram is jealous from the photos I took at harame and wants to go there. :))

9.9

By: Suba
Exceptional
2018-12-14

Traveller Type: solo traveller
  : So charming. And the breakfast was the best meal I had in Japan.

9.9

By: Sarah
Exceptional
2018-12-11

Traveller Type: young couple
  : SUPER FRIENDLY!!! The receptionist showed us everything personally. They have a nice map of the area with some cool tipps and recommendations. Don't hesitate to ask if you need some extra information, the answers will be more than satisfying! We got a voucher to use one of the public bathes in the neighborhood. You also get a little towel with the pattern of hanare on it and a little cotton-bag to carry your stuff to the bath (all to keep as a souvenir). We missed the breakfast because we had an early flight back - I'm sure it would have been tasty! But they were super cute and prepared two small take-away-breakfasts instead! We just LOVED the energy they put in every detail: in the room and its furniture and in the kind way of welcoming and hosting guests. ...And a little detail that made me super happy: almost no plastic waste - which was a rare thing during our trip through Japan...
  : Nothing! You maybe just want to know s few things: - that the bathroom is shared (thanks to a simple reservation-system there will be no queue - another lovely detail btw.) - the reception is not open 24/7. But you can leave your luggage at the restaurant if you ask them kindly. :-) - the house is quite old and the walls are thin. we had no problems with it and the other guests were respectful too!

9.9

By: Kjell
Exceptional
2018-11-26

Traveller Type: young couple

7.9

By: L
Good
2018-11-24

Traveller Type: young couple
  : Really nice place with kind staff. The futon beds were very comfortable. Entire place very stylish. Overall concept great. Sento passes a really cool idea. Breakfast was delicious. Despite no soundproofing, we didn't have much of an issue with noise from other guests at night- I assume this depends on who's there at the same time as you, but we found the other guests to be respectful.
  : Value for cost is not quite high enough, I think. Tokyo is very expensive but still, you need to be aware when booking this place that it is like an upscale hostel. You can hear absolutely everything in the building (no soundproofing), and there is one shower shared between all 5 rooms. There is a shower sign-up process, but one day everyone signed up between the time we left to go sightseeing in the morning and the time we got home, which meant that on the following day we were left with no choice but to shower at either 630am or after 9am, which is pretty annoying. On that same day, since we ended up using the shower last, there was so much hair in the drain that it didn't drain properly, and someone had left their tube of toothpaste in the shower stall. Overall those things don't bother me except that we paid almost $500 USD for a two night stay. At that point, you start to wonder why you're paying so much to share one shower with 10+ other people. The sentos that you receive free passes for are also not open in the morning, so they're not really a backup option if you like to shower in the morning, even though they're presented that way. Additionally, our room (Yatsude) was on the first floor and was directly on the street. Two of the room's walls are large frosted windows. You absolutely cannot open the curtains or you will be fully visible to people walking on the street (just a little blurry from the frosted glass). I learned this the hard way one morning when a random man on the street came up to our windows and kept tapping on the glass and pointing at me. Really unnerving. Don't expect any natural light in that room because it comes at the cost of any privacy. Rooms upstairs are probably not a problem.

9.9

By: Yue
Exceptional
2019-04-02

Traveller Type: solo traveller

9.2

By: Christina
Wonderful
2019-03-29

Traveller Type: young couple
  : Lovely!

7.9

By: Nora
Good
2019-03-18

Traveller Type: review category group of friends
  : Staff very helpful. Breakfast delicious with special little touches. Very good location in Ueno
  : Room quite small for two.