The 80 contemporary rooms are equipped with cutting-edge amenities such as international power sockets and complimentary Wi-Fi, keeping all guests fully-connected throughout their stay. Guests can start their day with buffet breakfast and a hotel vending machine will offer quick snacks and drinks, 24-7. A laundry service is also available.
Akihabara is the spiritual home of Japanese youth culture, with lively streets and shops specializing in consumer electronics, manga and anime.
Located less than 400 meters from Suehirocho and Naka-Okachimachi stations on the Tokyo Metro, 60 minutes from Haneda Airport and 70 minutes from Narita Airport, Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara is the perfect option for travelers seeking convenient, comfortable and affordable accommodation in the heart of the city.
1 kilometer(s) from Toppan Printing, The Toppan Group has grown beyond its traditional printing business and now offers a broad range of products and services with printing technologies at their core. The company now provides solutions in the fields of healthcare, education, urban mobility, energy, food resources and more.
2 kilometer(s) from Yamazaki Baking, Yamazaki Baking is a food company under the Yamazaki Group, which specializes in the manufacture and sale of bread, sweet buns, Japanese- and Western-style confectioneries, prepared rice and side dishes. It also operates in-store baking and a convenience store business.
0.5 kilometer(s) from Cybernet, Cybernet Systems is a solutions business that harnesses computer technology to offer a wide variety of products. It analyses and simulates the needs of front line manufacturers to create multi-domain solutions that reduce production times and improve safety.
3 kilometer(s) from EDO-TOKYO Museum, The Edo-Tokyo Museum was created in 1993 to showcase the history and culture of Tokyo during the Edo Period. Housed in a unique building, the museum has become a major urban landmark and popular tourist attraction. Its permanent exhibition takes visitors on a journey through the history of Edo-Tokyo, while special exhibitions, lectures and workshops are also held throughout the year.
3 kilometer(s) from Asakusa Hanayashiki, Hanayashiki is Japan’s oldest amusement park. Opened in the late Edo Period in 1853, the site was originally a flower park. It has since been transformed into a family amusement park with more than 20 different rides and attractions, including a roller-coaster, haunted house and merry-go-round. There is also a street lined with Japanese-style pubs, a shopping avenue and performance theater.
2 kilometer(s) from Tokyo Dome City, Tokyo Dome City is an amusement park in the city center that all ages can enjoy. A wide range of attractions includes roller-coasters, a pirate ship, high swings and the world’s first centerless Ferris wheel. Children will be entertained at ASOBono!, a huge indoor children’s playground, and live-action shows are staged at the Theatre G-Rosso
0.1 kilometer(s) from Akihabara, Also known as Akihabara Electric Town, this vibrant area has become a haven for consumer electronics. Akihabara is also the spiritual home of Japan’s otaku sub-culture, with colorful characters lining the sidewalks and a wide range of shops, cafés and restaurants dedicated to manga and anime.
2 kilometer(s) from Nihombashi, Nihombashi is the center of history, culture, and commerce in Tokyo. Visitors can discover an array of cultural and culinary delights, including the “big four” of Japanese cuisine: sushi, soba noodles, tempura and eel. This classical area is located just a five-minute walk from Tokyo Station and a 10-minute walk from the Imperial Palace
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1.5 kilometer(s) from Ueno, Dotted with galleries and museums, Ueno is a culturally rich district that is popular with visitors. Attractions include a zoo famed for its pandas; Onshi Park.
3 kilometer(s) from Asakusa, Asakusa is one of the most vibrant areas in Tokyo. Literally meaning “low city”, this district is home to historical and cultural attractions including Sensoji,
1 kilometer(s) from Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan, Akihabara Gachapon Kaikan is an eye-catching store that specializes in “gachapon”, or capsule-vending machines. Visitors can insert a coin and turn the lever, and a capsule falls out the bottom. Both adults and kids get excited to find what toy or gift is contained inside the capsule.
1 kilometer(s) from Owl no Mori, Owl no Mori (“The Forest of Owls”) opened in Akihabara in 2015 and houses a variety of live owls. Guests can spend time with the birds in a quirky setting, surrounded by TV screens and fish tanks, whilst enjoying drinks from vending machines. Species include barn owls, eagle owls and tawny owls.
1 kilometer(s) from Animate Shop, Animate is Japan’s latest retail chain specializing in anime goods and merchandise, including comics, games, action figures, DVDs, CDs and more. It also features many original products. Its third branch in Akihabara is located just five minutes’ walk from JR Akihabara Station.
4 kilometer(s) from Ginza, Tokyo’s most famous shopping area, Ginza is the home of global fashion brands, the flagship stores of major Japanese retailers, and upmarket department stores, along with boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, nightclubs and cafés. Ginza commands some of the world’s highest real estate prices
8 kilometer(s) from Shinjuku, Shinjuku is the popular entertainment, business and shopping area that has grown up around Shinjuku Station - the world’s busiest railway station. It is home to the popular Shinjuku Golden-Gai and Kabukicho areas, department stores such as Isetan and Takashimaya, and many of Tokyo’s tallest buildings.
9 kilometer(s) from Omote-sando/Harajuku, Harajuku refers to the area around Tokyo’s Harajuku Station, between Shinjuku and Shibuya. It is the center of Japan’s teenage culture and fashion styles, but also offers shopping for adults and some historic sights. Takeshita Dori and its side streets are lined with trendy shops, boutiques fast food outlets.