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Yayoi

 

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Nezu Sta.

 

Ikenohata Gate

       

 

 

 

 

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Hongo Sanchome Sta.

 

 

 

 

Yushima Sta.

 

 

 

 

 

Ueno-Hirokoji Sta.

 

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Hakusan

Hon-komagome

Hongo

Koishikawa

Kasuga

Kohinata

Koraku

Mejirodai

Mukogaoka

Nishikata

Nezu

Otowa

Otsuka

Sekiguchi

Sendagi

Sengoku

Suido

Yayoi

Yushima

Nezu

Other Places of interest  in Hongo

Akamon
Bunkyo Museum
Higuchi Ichiyo’s Dwelling

Hongo Ceramics Museum

Kaneyasu
Nihon Soccer Museum
Sanshiro Pond
Tokyo Waterworks Museum
Tokyo University Museum

Areas of interest near Hongo:

North

Yayoi

Nezu

Otsuka

Sendagi

North West

Hakusan

East

Yushima

Ikenohata

Akihabara

Northeast

Ueno Park

Yanaka

South

Chiyoda

West

Koishikawa

Kasuga

Koraku

 

 

 

 
Bunkyo Map
 

Tokyo Dome Hotel

1006 rooms

Yen 10,000-20,000 per night

112-8562 Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku,

Koraku 1-3-61

Tel.: 03-5805-2111

 

Fax.: 03-5805-2200

Dining11 Restaurants   
 

     

 

 

 

 

 
Credit Cards Accepted    
Visa, UFJ, UC, DC, Diners, Saison, JCB,, Nicos, Orico, JAL and Master Card
Transportation     

Nearest Subway Station :

Suidobashi

Suidobashi

Subway: 

JR Chuo Line

JR Sobu Line

Hotel Parking Yen 300 for 30 min.

                       Yen 1,000 per night

Check-in : 14:00  || Check-out 11:00
 
Hotel Website:http://www.tokyodome-hotels.co.jp
E-mail Address: 
 

 

Suidobashi Grand Hotel

211 rooms

Yen 5,000-10,000 per night

113-0033 Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku,

Hongo 1-33-2

Tel.: 03-3816-2101

 

Fax.: 03-3812-2332

DiningStarting rates for Meals

Japanese

Style

Western Style 
 

Breakfast:    

Lunch

Dinner:     

Yen 1,200

Yen 1,500

Yen 3,675

Yen 1,200

Yen 1,500

 
Credit Cards Accepted    
Visa, UFJ, Amex, and Diners
Transportation     

Nearest Subway Station :

Suidobashi East Exit

Subway: 

JR Chuo Line

Hotel Parking not available
Check-in : 14:00  || Check-out 10:00
 
Hotel Website:http://www.hatago.co.jp
E-mail Address:suigra@hatago.co.jp

 

Capsule Land Yushima

112 rooms

Less than Yen 5,000

113-0034 Tokyo, Bunkyo-ku,

Yushima 3-36-6

Tel.: 03-5807-7771

 

Fax.: 03-5807-7772

Credit Cards Accepted    
Visa, Master, JCB, UC, DC, Million, Debit, Saison, Amex, and Diners
Transportation     

Nearest Subway Station :

Okachimachi North Exit

Yushima Exit 4

Subway: 

JR Yamanote Line  Chiyoda Line

Hotel Parking not available
Check-in : 17:00  || Check-out 10:00
 
Hotel Website:http://www.capsule-land.com/
E-mail Address: 

 

 

Neighborhoods in Bunkyo:

Hongō (本郷) is located in Bunkyō, west of Ueno and north of the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Hongō was a ward of the former city of Tokyo until 1947, when it merged with another ward, Koishikawa, to form the modern Bunkyō.

Hongō is home to the University of Tokyo, Juntendo and Toyo Gakuen Universities. This was where Yaoya Oshichi, a greengrocer's daughter who was burned at the stake for arson in 1683, lived.

Koishikawa (小石川) consists of five sub-areas, 1-5 chome (1~5丁目).

Located nearby with the same name are two well regarded gardens: the Koishikawa Botanical Garden (related to Tokyo University) in Hakusan, and the Koishikawa Korakuen Garden in Korakuen.

Yayoi (弥生) is a neighborhood in Bunkyo, Tokyo. In 1884, when it was part of Tokyo City, it was the location of a shell mound where a type of pottery was discovered. The pottery became known as Yayoi, and eventually a period of Japanese history assumed the same name.

 

 

 
 

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