0.67km from OzawayogashitenAs we booked through Rickshaw Travel, I didn't select this hotel myself. I was just told I would be booked into a 3 Star hotel that was near a Station. I have no complaints! The room is very small but I understand that is typical in Tokyo. It was like a small version on a UK Travel Lodge. It was clean and the bed was comfortable. This is really the kind of hotel that you just use to sleep. There is not really anything else to do here apart from the public baths but I was too shy to do this! Although the two rooms we stayed in(We went to Kyoto half way through for a few days and then came back) both had Windows, you couldn't see anything out of them, as they were frosted. I'm guessing that's because of how close the hotel was to other buildings. I'm not sure if it's the same for all rooms but something to bear in mind if you like to look out the window! We stayed in 601 & 701. We had Breakfast included but we only ate here once, the food was okay, it was a Japanese/Western style Buffet but I would recommend skipping breakfast here and just grabbing something cheap from a Konbini instead. The location was good, it's on a quiet side street, away from the hustle and bustle but only a few minutes walk from a couple of stations, shops and restaurants. The Tokyo Dome is close by and it's a 20 minute walk to Akibhabra and The Imperial Palace Gardens. The staff were lovely, they spoke basic English and were very efficient with Check in & Out. The man behind the desk on our last day, called a taxi for us when our transfer didn't show up, which was very helpful as I was starting to get stressed about missing my flight! Overall if you are looking for a base to sleep while you explore Tokyo, you can't go wrong with this hotel.