0.96km from Yokohama Kakei Ramen Makuriya, YutenjiThe hotel is situated approximately a 10 minute walk from ebisu metro station (one station away from shibuya, two from harajuku). It is uphill so it can be a bit of work with suitcases and the entrance not obvious. Nice neighborhood appears to be relatively high-end. The "hike" is well worth it. The hotel is modern and newly renovated. The staff is respectful. We had a room with two beds and it was a decent size! Especially by Tokyo standards! We could fit 3 big carry-on luggage easily. The beds were comfortable and we had two pillows (a hard one and softer one, like in most hotels- you choose the one you want). There is a water closet with the most sophisticated toilet I'd seen in our stay. You open the door and the light automatically turns on and the seat opens itself. The flush is an eco-friendly one. Some of the lights work with a sensor (including the one in the water closet, which preserves energy and is eco-friendly). The bathroom has a big shower and seperate tub. There are two shower heads so you can choose whatever you feel comfortable with! Practical for someone who is tall. In front of the bed you have all the amenities ( tea and a kettle, robes, keyboard, plenty of places to charge your devices) plus an additional sink and mirror. They have a free breakfast, it is small but if you are not picky you can find some eggs and ham/bacon plus a coffee. Overall, I have nothing bad to say about this hotel. It was a fun way to end our trip in Japan, as this hotel has it's own quirky, unique style.