An elegantly designed new Boutique Hotel in the heart of Tokyo’s most historic district​
Created with one mission:​
Offering our discerning guests an exclusive, luxurious and immersive experience​
into the world of Japan’s celebrated arts and crafts.

Begin your journey with us – Book Now

Embark on a Cultural Journey

Steps away from Tokyo’s oldest and most famous temple, Sensoji (Asakusa Kannon Temple), in a historic and dynamic neighbourhood, Asakusa Kaede fuses Japan’s traditional arts and crafts with a contemporary design.

We are passionate about delivering an authentic Japanese hospitality experience, curating a stay for you to enjoy local arts, crafts, culture and dining in a holistic way. This journey of cultural exploration begins in our exquisitely designed rooms.

Each of our nine suites showcases a Japanese art or craft. Relax on the ultra-comfortable bed or rest on the traditional tatami mats and contemplate the mastery of Hokusai’s woodblock prints, the beauty of kimono fabrics, the intricacies of Kutani ceramics or the magic of Japan’s paper art …

Discover Lesser-Known Tokyo

Asakusa Kaede enables you to discover an often-missed aspect of Tokyo – the ateliers of master craftsmen and the thriving art scene. We guide you to learn the secrets behind Japan’s most beloved arts and crafts, from wood carving and papercraft to fabric and dyeing, to ceramics and glassware. For gourmands, Asakusa is the origin of an array of beloved Japanese dishes as well as sake, shochu and other drinks.

We help you to connect with local artists, gain insight into traditional techniques and deepen your appreciation of Japanese craftsmanship with our exclusive experience workshops and tasting sessions.

Create Your Unique Experience

Our in-house team of cultural curators are dedicated to supporting your journey of discovery with experiences tailored to your interests. Explore the historic temples, craft shops, art galleries and outstanding eateries in this vibrant neighbourhood.

Fancy strolling the streets in kimono and riding in a rickshaw carriage? How about experiencing the quiet of a temple at dawn before a riverside yoga session? Or would you prefer picking up the perfect knife in the kitchenware district before enjoying seasonal delicacies at a kaiseki restaurant?

Afterwards, relax and enjoy our art collection, before joining a gourmet tasting session or cultural event in the Kaede Lounge.

Asakusa – the historic heart of Tokyo

Staying at Asakusa Kaede allows you to become connected to a world of arts, crafts and culture in a neighbourhood long known for its ateliers, workshops and wide range of quality eateries. Located only a two-minute walk from the landmarks of Sensoji Temple and Kaminarimon, you are truly in the heart of historic Tokyo.

Artistry of Asakusa

Asakusa and its surrounds are home to hundreds of specialist ateliers, workshops and shops devoted to Japanese crafts, many of which have been practiced by the same family for generations. Uncover the best examples of Edo kiriko glassware, handheld paper fans, beautiful kimono, decorative fabrics and many other crafts.

Cultural Centre​

Take in Sensoji Temple in solitude at dawn or exercise along the banks of the Sumida River. Experience the enigmatic charm of the historic downtown whilst walking through vibrant backstreets on the way to museums dedicated to masters of art. A short taxi ride takes you to Kuramae with its innovative crafts scene or to Ryogoku, famous for its sumo stables and museums specialising in the Edo period (1603–1867).

Food for Thought

Asakusa is home to outstanding Japanese cuisine, with many eateries credited for originating popular dishes. Tempura, soba and udon noodles, rice balls, grilled meats, sushi, seafood and Japanese sweets can be enjoyed in the neighbourhood. See our curated guidebook for recommendations on must-visit places and hidden gems.

Area & Activities

Stay immersed at Asakusa Kaede

Our nine suite rooms have been meticulously crafted to deliver a unique appreciation of Japanese craft culture. Minimalist, clean lines create a beautiful canvas to feature beloved Japanese arts and a serene colour palette to celebrate the four seasons. Each room is furnished with natural textures, including tatami mats and low furniture from which to enjoy our showcase displays of fine Japanese arts and crafts.

To further help our guests gain an authentic and immersive experience, our hotel is also partnering with artisans in Asakusa to bring you a range of exciting, authentic arts and crafts programs.


Melanie BerkowitzMelanie Berkowitz
00:30 17 Jul 24
00:58 15 Jul 24
Richard CunninghamRichard Cunningham
01:13 20 Jun 24
Quiet unassuming atmosphere. Great customer service. Encourages you to try traditional foods that was delicious. Very clean premises. 👌👍
Jasmine MosbergerJasmine Mosberger
04:03 11 Jun 24
Thomas VickeryThomas Vickery
04:00 11 Jun 24
Elise BarriballElise Barriball
03:57 11 Jun 24
We stayed for lunch this afternoonThe staff were very warm and welcoming and their English was amazing which was very helpful for us given our limited JapaneseThe cafe at the bottom was calm and a nice break from this popular tourist areaOur Japanese breakfast was delicious and so was our coffee
Laurie BradyLaurie Brady
07:11 25 May 24
One of the best located hotels in AsakusaKaede.
01:59 25 May 24
Great location plenty of things to see and do close by customer service was 5 star they couldn’t help you enough
Claudia GClaudia G
01:41 22 May 24
Amazing location right by Senso-ji temple. The rooms are so much bigger that I expected - with a bath tub and walk in shower - plus a dedicated area to sit and have tea. The staff are there 24 hours and they’re so helpful. We had a view of a cute street where a local parade was going on. The room also has black out blinds and a little balcony! Very quiet road at night.
dea issdea iss
01:38 22 May 24
An amazing stay! Was here for 4 nights, and the room, location, and especially the staff were all amazing. If I ever come back to Tokyo, I will definitely stay here again!
00:21 22 May 24
Demi HsiaDemi Hsia
12:38 18 May 24
Asakusa Maple is small and exquisite, with good equipment, good service and very clean. Recommended!
Anthony Puleo - MusicAnthony Puleo - Music
13:46 17 May 24
Wonderful location and hotel.
08:43 07 May 24
hLw kahLw ka
03:12 07 May 24
The couple's first trip to Tokyo.I made a plan to go to Asakusa and chose a place to stay near Asakusa Chuo-dori Street on the internet without knowing why, but I was satisfied with the size of the room, the facilities in the room, and the cleanliness of the place. This is the level that I can do it.I was able to spend a comfortable time without any problems with the staff at the store.As for breakfast, I wasn't expecting anything but simple things, but it was a Japanese-style breakfast, so there was no problem. The female employees who make them are also very charming.I would like to stay there again if I have the chance.
Uen JohnUen John
03:03 20 Apr 24
Enjoying a nice break here with cheese cake, draft beer and juice while traveling in the Asakusa area! Great drink, food and ambiance!
Lee Lactaoen OcayaLee Lactaoen Ocaya
02:39 11 Apr 24
As soon as we arrived we where greeted by Sidney and was soHelpful. We arrived early and she suggested what we can do. While we left our luggage with them. From the start we were so comfortable with their hospitality. We so enjoyed from the start. Thank you Sidney for your help. March 26,2024 from Lee & Judy
Ryan FooRyan Foo
22:34 03 Apr 24
Really nice place, very helpful staff!The locality is great too, very accessible!
ziver imrenziver imren
22:12 31 Mar 24
Beautiful little hotel with warmest employees and very clean rooms. Highly recommend it.
Luca GuizzonLuca Guizzon
03:24 28 Mar 24
Great location, clean and spacious room, large bathroom. Great bar with choice of Japanese whiskeys and cocktails. friendly helpful staff who speak English well! Absolutely recommended
Nevaeh ThompsonNevaeh Thompson
02:32 27 Mar 24
Great stay! Comfortable bed and shower ! I would recommend 1000%
Rambo HungRambo Hung
15:19 17 Mar 24
Checked in from 3/12 to 3/16, very comfortable and relaxing environment, with two bathrooms, friendly serviceI will still want to stay next time, thank you
Michelle LegreyMichelle Legrey
23:25 11 Mar 24
Great rooms. Great location. Definitely recommend!
Wu Man YenWu Man Yen
03:34 08 Mar 24
Room was really clean and comfortable. We enjoyed the tub and the lovely seating space very much!
Lacey BrightLacey Bright
02:49 02 Mar 24
Very lovely accommodation, comfortable beds, beautifully styled room, blackout blinds and very quiet considering how central the location is. Make sure you order the breakfast as there is very few options that open before 10am nearby.
IHyun SIHyun S
16:15 16 Feb 24
00:08 04 Feb 24
The best part of the hotel is the location. It’s quiet, and walking distance from the senso-ji temple and the asakusa metro station. The room itself is roomy enough for 2 people.
02:19 02 Feb 24
It's very convenient to get out of the subwayThe small bar is very cozyAlthough the room is not big, it is very clean. The bathroom has a big bathtub for taking a bath.The sample meal was delicious
02:15 02 Feb 24
recommend! ! It is suitable for two people to stay for a light trip. It’s also very close to Kaminarimon! Good shopping. The waiters are great!
Christina SimmonsChristina Simmons
04:10 16 Jan 24
Excellent experience at this quaint boutique hotel. The decor was traditional Japanese, and the bathroom/wetroom was top notch. The location is down a quiet alley, and you are steps from shops, resturaunts, Sensoji temple and Nakamise-dori street. Complimentary coffee in the mornings, and a water dispenser in the room is very convenient. Great value for the price
Jaslyn NgJaslyn Ng
01:02 02 Jan 24
Lovely stay at this hotel! Very clean and well designed space. There’s a water dispenser in each room which makes it super convenient to stay hydrated while traveling. The bathroom design also allows for a private onsen experience after a long day of travel. The location is great for exploring Asakusa area but might need a bit if traveling to see other areas in the city.
Yao ZhouYao Zhou
06:42 19 Dec 23
Great hotel
Francis LimFrancis Lim
02:46 23 Nov 23
Good location and place to stay for a few days to explore.
Isabel Pesce MattosIsabel Pesce Mattos
03:31 07 Nov 23
I just spent 2 weeks around beautiful and magical Japan, in a bunch of different cities and stayed in over 10 hotels. Staying at Asakusa Kaede was the perfect ending to my stay. What a great surprise to have a traditional space for tea in the room for a very ritualistic moment to perceive even more layers of this amazing trip and give thanks. And the final cherry on top of all my stays was having a very special conversation with Yumiko who was doing my checkout, and I asked her for a favor: to translate a Japanese paper I had with me into English. She was extremely kind in the way she did it. Such a special ending to my time in Japan.
Hiro XHiro X
07:06 04 Nov 23
Great location, super quiet -- we slept with the windows open. Our room had amazing view of skytree tower. Usually not my thing, but sort of fun watching how they change the lighting scheme over the course of the night. Quiet neighborhood and minimal front desk staff made it feel more like coming home at night. If you need concierge and full hotel staff to wait on you, this may not be a good choice. I've been coming to Asakusa Tokyo for decades, this is a keeper. If you fly into Narita, take "skyliner access express" to haneda, not the other two that sounds similar to this. Get off at asakusa. Takes an hour, costs about ten bucks, and takes you to quiet asakusa without having to make a transfer through some crazy complex Tokyo station.
Emma BarhamEmma Barham
01:10 04 Nov 23
Great little hotel in the heart of Asakusa. Friendly staff with great recommendations of places to see in the area. Cute bar downstairs for trying Japanese wine and spirits. I was concerned that there might be noise from the bar as I was on the second floor, but luckily none of the noise carried to my room. The rooms are thoughtfully designed, including in this noise dampening aspect and of course the aesthetics. Overall a wonderful and comfy stay!
Manuel RosellManuel Rosell
14:59 02 Nov 23
The position is excellent and the hotel is very comfortable in a very quiet area. Comfortable rooms and very good cleaning service.
Dominique GruenerDominique Gruener
12:54 31 Oct 23
Wonderful boutique style hotel. Location is superb. Staff are professional and friendly. The room is beautifully presented with a tatami area for seating. The bathroom includes a deep bath, perfect to relax in after walking around Tokyo. We look forward to staying here again in the future. Kind regards, Nigel & Dominique
George WrightGeorge Wright
01:26 27 Sep 23
This hotel was fantastic. The location is unbeatable for Asakusa, right next to the temple and close to multiple stations.Room size is perfect, the tatami mat area really added a lot to the room. The bathroom is modern, with a great shower. Air con is good, and there was even a small balcony.Check in was simple, staff were helpful and friendly.Would definitely stay again and will recommend to everyone who I hear is planning a trip to Japan.
Mars LoMars Lo
02:32 19 Sep 23
My stay at Asakusa Kaede Hotel in Tokyo was truly memorable. The exceptional service, attention to detail, and prime location made it an unforgettable experience. The staff went above and beyond to ensure my comfort and satisfaction. The rooms were spacious, tastefully decorated, and provided all the necessary amenities. The hotel's location in the heart of Asakusa allowed easy access to attractions and cultural sites. Overall, Asakusa Kaede Hotel provided a remarkable stay that exceeded my expectations. I highly recommend it for anyone visiting Tokyo.
See All Reviews