From JR Ueno station
Please go out side from Asakusa gate
The hamburger shop (first kitchen) on your left side and go straight to the crossing
You will see convenience store (sunkus) and FedEx kinko’s across the road. Please cross the road and go straight.
You will see Ueno police department on your left side.
Please keep going straight.
You will see Sukiya on your left side.
Here is a Inaricho station(Ginza line) and Inaricho crossing.
Please cross the Inaricho crossing and go straight.
You will see cafe(VELOCE) on your right side.
After crossing, You will see 30yen doughnut shop and convenience store(Mini stop) on your left side.
Please go straight about 100meters.
You will see Japanese craft shop on your left side and find our Hotel sign on the road side.
You will see Oakhotel at the end of the path.
It’s a dark red brick building.
From Keisei ueno station
At Keisei ueno station, After go through the gate, please take the escalator on your left side.
Please walk toward the JR ueno station.(to the left)
You will be soon at JR ueno station Shinobazu entrance, Please cross the road.
There is a railroad above.
Please go straight under the railroad.
After going through the railroad, you will see the department named OIOI on your right side.
Please keep going straight.
You will soon be at a taxi parking. Please keep going straight.
You will find the hamburger shop(First kitchen).
The JR ueno station Asakusa gate is on your left side.
From here, please refer the access map(From JR ueno station Asakusa gate).
Narita Air Port
We are located in the most historical area in Tokyo, with easy access from Narita airport: 86 minutes--just one line from Narita airport to Keisei Ueno station, and no need to transfer!
Ueno Asakusa, Akihabara Area
Our location in Ueno has excellent connectivity not just around Tokyo, but to all of northern Japan as well.
Stroll around Ueno Park, which is well known as a cherry blossom park, museum and zoo (13-minute walk). The zoo has many popular and interesting animals, and there are 3 museums of note: The National Museum of Nature and Science, the National Museum dedicated to Japan and Asia, and the National Museum of Western Art, with rotating exhibitions.
The famous temple Sensoji, is located in Asakusa (15-minute walk). See a pagoda, walk under the Kaminari Gate, and browse the many souvenirs lining Nakamise-Dori leading up to the temple gate.
Akihabara, which is known as a center of animation culture and electrical appliances is within easy reach (10 minutes by train). Browse the big-name shops for your convenient computer-related needs or wander around the back streets for more specific electronics and goods.
Shibuya, Roppongi Area
The center of youth culture, Shibuya, can be reached easily (30 minutes by subway). Just watch the young people walking around to get a sense of the latest Tokyo trends and fashions.
Ginza, which is known as an upscale area of Tokyo with numerous department stores, boutiques, restaurants and coffeehouses can be reached easily (10 minutes by subway).
Roppongi, which is known for its night life (clubs, bars, etc.) can be reached easily (25 minutes by train).
There is plenty of shopping and other things to do and see during the day at Roppongi Hills and Midtown.
Also easy access to Tokyo Tower (28 minutes by train).
The Sumo Stadium is near the hotel (18 minutes by train). If you can get tickets to a tournament, check out some sumo matches!
Tsukiji, a popular, bustling fish market, can be reached easily (20 minutes by train). Go very, very early in the morning to watch the auctions.
World heritage Nikko
Nikko, a World Heritage site, can be reached easily (120 minutes). Take in the historical shrines and temples, traditional bridges spanning twisting rivers, tumbling waterfalls, and the peaceful lake Chuzenji. The temple Toshogu is where Tokugawa Ieyasu, a famous shogun, is buried.
the Imperial palace
Easy access to the Imperial Palace (20 minutes by subway & on foot). The surroundings have plenty of beautiful Japanese gardens.
Tokyo Disney land
Go to Tokyo Disneyland (35 minutes by train)! If you’re looking for a more grown-up experience, check out DisneySea.
Odaiba, a large artificial island in Tokyo Bay, can be reached within 40 minutes. Connected to the rest of Tokyo via the Rainbow Bridge and a few transit lines, Odaiba hosts huge shopping centers, museums, a park, and all sorts of things for tourists and those looking for some leisure.