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If you want to know about Asakusa, go to the Gate. ACCESS & CONTACT

Narita Int. Airport

Keisei Access Express

Asakusa Station

56 minutes

Haneda Airport

Keikyu Airport Limited Express


36 minutes

Asakusa Station


imon Dor



Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Asakusa Station Exit 2

Toei Asakusa Line Asakusa Station Exit A4


Best of Both Worlds

2-16-11 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 111-0034, Japan Tel: +81-3-5826-3877 | Fax: +81-3-5826-3871

One of Tokyo’s oldest areas is home to numerous festivals and the TOKYO SKYTREE.

Retreat and relax in one of our 137 guest rooms, including Classy (top) and Scenic (right).

William Morris wallpaper (left) and original artworks (middle) convey a sense of intimacy.





THE GATE HOTEL KAMINARIMON by HULIC is located in the pop-

Traditional, with modern trimmings

THE GATE has been created to become an integral part of the local ec-

Our skilled staff have been trained as Asakusa Concierges and have

lectic mix, welcoming tourists off the street and local residents to the

compiled an in-house guide to restaurants, bars and businesses and

hotel bar and restaurant, while encouraging guests to explore the area’s

other places of interest in the area. The guide is available in English,

restaurants and bars.

Chinese and Korean.

Our 24-hour bistro-style restaurant and bar, located on the 13th floor,

The hotel has been featured in the Michelin Guide Tokyo, Yokohama,

serves food based on French cuisine and is stocked with high-quality

Shonan 2013: Hotels & Restaurants.

ular tourist spot of Asakusa, northeast Tokyo. Here, in one of the most historical areas of Tokyo, you can find Sensoji Temple, Tokyo’s oldest temple; Asakusa Shrine, built during the Edo period (1603–1868); and the TOKYO SKYTREE, the highest freestanding broadcasting tower in the world. Constructed, equipped and designed to cater for domestic and foreign customers, the hotel allows you to experience heartfelt service and con-

Tastefully decorated with muted dark wood fittings and soft green and brown carpets, the 137 guest rooms range from premium suites to more modest rooms. Featuring spacious Slumberland beds, interior designs by Shigeru Uchida, and original artworks, all our rooms promote intimacy, relaxation and a comfortable sleep.

drinks from around the world. Enjoy panoramic views of the TOKYO SKYTREE and other symbols of old and new from the 14th-floor terrace.

temporary and traditional Japan in an area overflowing with culture.

Other amenities include: LCD TV, free Wi-Fi, air conditioning with humidifier, Hansgrohe Raindance shower, safety box, refrigerator, and video on demand

The 13th-floor restaurant and bar is open 24 hours a day.

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