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Property Details: OMO3 Asakusa by Hoshino Resorts

OMO3 Asakusa by Hoshino Resorts, a city tourism hotel operated by Hoshino Resorts, will open in Taito ward in Tokyo, on 31 July 2023. With its central location, a 4-minute walk from Asakusa Station and a 1-minute walk from Sensoji Temple, the hotel offers great views of Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Skytree® throughout its premises. Asakusa is a town packed with so many attractions new and old, and it is always bustling with activity, especially at Sensoji Temple. OMO3 Asakusa seeks to offer guests experiences that allow them to enjoy Asakusa to the fullest as if they were Edo natives who are familiar with the stylish Asakusa.

Enjoy the stylish yet nostalgic Old Tokyo, Asakusa to the fullest
Asakusa developed in the Edo period as a temple town centered around Sensoji Temple. It drew many people and became the birthplace of a variety of entertainment, including rakugo (traditional Japanese storytelling) and puppet theater. Even today, you can see shrines and temples coexisting in Asakusa with old and new stores as well as various entertainments, making the area one of Japan's most popular tourist destinations with its fusion of retro vibes reminiscent of the Edo period and present-day local Tokyo. To enjoy Asakusa to the fullest, our staff who are experts in the area through their own research will propose different options for the area. Asakusa is a popular destination in general but visits at night or early morning certainly show a different side to the location.

Local Guide Activities
In addition to the iconic Senso-ji Temple and Nakamise Street, which are popular sightseeing spots in Asakusa, the hotel also plans to offer guided tours and in-house activities for guests to experience the increasingly popular Oku-Asakusa area and its dining options, Edo vibes, and present-day local Tokyo.

OMO Ranger Tour: Asakusa Morning Stroll
Our OMO Rangers will guide the Asakusa area from early in the morning. The people of Asakusa are known for having the spirit of "Edo-kko" and are specifically called "Asakusa-kko." Asakusa-kko have lived with Kannonsama (Sensoji Temple) and Sanjasama (Asakusa Shrine) throughout history. With the ring of the temple bell at 6:00 AM, guests are guided to explore the precincts of Sensoji Temple during a less crowded and quiet time of day. By knowing the connection between Sensoji Temple and Asakusa Shrine and the people of the city, a glimpse into a different side of Asakusa can be discovered.
Period: All year
Time: 6:00 AM every morning, 60 mins
Price: Free of charge
Capacity: 10 people
Reservation: Required by 10 PM the day before

Edo Food Stall Lesson
Asakusa is said to be where the first restaurant in Edo was born. Stories of soba, tempura, unagi (eel), and sushi, which were popular as street food during the Edo period and is still popular amongst Asakusa-kko are told through quizzes and recommended stores are shared. Enjoy chatting with our OMO Rangers to find the perfect place for you. 
Period: All year
Time: 4:00 PM or 4:30PM, 15 mins each
Price: Free of charge *does not include any drinks or snacks that can be bought at the OMO Food & Drink Station

OMO Base on the top floor offers great views of the nearby Senso-ji Temple and Tokyo Skytree®
One of the most attractive features of OMO3 Asakusa is the views of Sensoji Temple and Tokyo Skytree®. In particular, the OMO Base on the top floor (13F) offers breathtaking views. The massive floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlook the grounds of the historic Sensoji Temple to the west and Tokyo Skytree® to the east, creating an impressive contrast between the old and new icons of Tokyo. The OMO Base is also equipped with the OMO Food & Drink Station, a round-the-clock self-service station where food and drinks can be purchased easily. We recommend grabbing your favorite food and drinks at your preferred time of the day and watching the ever-evolving townscape of Asakusa.

OMO Food & Drink Station
OMO3 offers a free-and-easy style of dining where you can purchase food at the self-checkout counter at any time of the day and have it anywhere in the hotel. Guests can choose from a selection of affordable snacks to delectable dishes while also showcasing products that are unique to the area. Juices and alcoholic beverages are also available for a fulfilling time inside the hotel.

Various room types that cater to different traveling needs
The hotel has a total of 98 rooms across eight different room types. All rooms are designed to allow guests to remove their shoes and relax. There are various room types that cater to different traveling needs and group sizes, including the “Yose Twin Room”, a special-concept room inspired by Edo entertainment, where “Yose” refers to a theatre for traditional Japanese entertainment such as rakugo, and the “Deluxe Quad Room,” which can accommodate families and groups of up to four guests.

Yose Twin Room, a special-concept room
Asakusa is a lively old town where Edo natives have been performing live entertainment for generations, and the designs of our special-concept rooms draw inspiration from these forms of Edo entertainment. The Yose Twin Room features red carpets and purple cushions like those used on the stage of yose, a symbolic form of theatre for traditional Japanese entertainment prevalent in Asakusa's entertainment industry, creating a room where guests can enjoy the conversation as if they were sitting on the stage.
Starting room rate: 20,000 JPY per night (includes tax)  

Deluxe Suite Twin
A 33.4 square meter guest room with a bathtub to relax in. The grounds of Sensoji Temple can be viewed, where the passage of time in the city of Asakusa can be felt at different moments of the day from sunset and night, to the refreshing morning.
Starting room rate: 29,000 JPY per night (includes tax)  

OMO3 Asakusa by Hoshino Resorts
Address: 1-15-5 Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0033
Starting room rate: From 18,000 JPY per night (includes tax)  
Facilities: OMO Food & Drink Station, lockers, laundry, work room, rooftop terrace
Number of rooms: 98 (13 floors)
Access: 4-minute walk from Exit 7 Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line), 6-minute walk from Exit A5 Asakusa Station (Toei Asakusa Line), 3-minute walk from North Exit (Tobu Skytree Line)
Opening date: July 31, 2023

About OMO Brand
City tourism hotel to discover the wonders of the city
OMO is a city tourism hotel in a convenient city-center location, perfect for exploring the deep, urban culture. We consider the city centered around the hotel to be part of our resort, offering a variety of options to see, eat and shop. With the cooperation of the local community, city-lovers can get an insight into culture through our original tours and maps; sharing locals’ all-time favorites to hidden gems only with you!

What is an OMO number?

The number after “OMO” in the name of the property represents the breadth of our services to meet a variety of travel needs. With this number, guests can choose an OMO hotel that is best suited for a particular trip. Every trip may differ depending on its purpose and the way time is spent will change accordingly, so find your best OMO, which is your number 1 supporter of city tourism.

About Hoshino Resorts
Hoshino Resorts was first established as a Japanese inn/ryokan in 1914 in Karuizawa in Nagano Prefecture before it began the operation of other resorts in Japan. Today, it has evolved into a highly influential hotel management company and is run by 4th-generation family member Yoshiharu Hoshino. Providing a unique experience focused on the local charms of each destination and a high level of omotenashi, Japanese-style hospitality, the company has expanded rapidly out of Karuizawa since 2001 and now operates more than 60 accommodations both in and outside Japan with one of the following categories: luxury hotel brand “HOSHINOYA,” hot spring ryokan brand “KAI,” countryside resort hotel brand “RISONARE,” city tourism hotel brand “OMO,” free-spirited hotel brand “BEB,” or other unique lodgings.

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