0.61km from HonkonkakushibatenI like the Richmond Hotel chain and think they are pretty consistent, so I tried this one out. Although service-wise it is good like other Richmond Hotels, this room was the smallest out of all of the Richmond Hotels that I've ever stayed at, and was a little disappointing. The neighborhood is not the most exciting, but the location is pretty handy. If you need to be close to Haneda Airport while still being in real Tokyo, this is a good choice, as both Daimon and Hamamatsucho stations (they are on different train lines) are within walking distance, about 5-10 minutes away. I took a morning train and got to my airline check-in counter in about 40 minutes. There is a Starbucks on the 1st floor, which was convenient. There are numerous eating options nearby, some of them tourist traps to be avoided (like Sushi Matori). Check-in is on the 2nd floor. It was handled quite well and I never had a problem with the staff not understanding me. As noted, the room seemed small by Richmond standards, although it was clean. I had a suitcase, and opening that pretty much took up most of the room. The bed and pillows were not bad, and the TV is a good size. The free wifi was OK and the AC/heating was easy to use. I think noise-proofing could be a little improved, but it wasn't that bad since this neighborhood is generally not super loud. The bathroom is an average size and had some nice products, and just barely enough shelf/sink space to store your things. There is a refrigerator and safe. Bottled water is provided, as is free coffee and tea. However, in the room there are no 3 prong outlets for charging your PC, so you'll need to ask the front desk to borrow an adapter (or bring your own). The desk provides an adequate amount of space, but with how cramped the room is, it is difficult to sit and relax in the office chair. The 1 time that I asked for an iron and ironing board, it got to me quickly. Be aware that is it the short board typical in Japan, and using it in the small room was a little difficult. The hotel does provide a newer 4G "Handy" smartphone; its faster and slightly less clunky than the previous "Handy" versions that I've seen at other hotels in Asia, for about the same size. It was pretty useful and had decent battery life. Overall, although it wasn't a bad experience, and despite the hotel's other strengths, the cramped room made it difficult to enjoy the experience. I probably would not come back here.