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Wired Hotel Asakusa

The neighborhood of Asakusa is, itself, the number four tourist destination in Tokyo. Steeped in tradition, Asakusa features any number of temples, shrines, and other forms of traditional architecture, as well as a strong resistance to change. However, Wired – owned by Cafe Company – provides that change within the walls of the hotel. From the Wired Cafe on the ground floor, the site of many community meetings and a modern aesthetic, to the 30 rooms above, you’ll experience modern amenities in this traditional neighborhood. Rooms are provided in three classes – luxury, standard (featuring compact and mini rooms), and dormitory (geared towards families or groups of friends).

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