Here, we have listed the most frequently asked questions. Please email s-yoyaku@takemine.co.jp for any other questions.

Is Ryokan Takemine a ryokan or hotel?

Ryokan Takemine is a new type of accommodation, which fused the concept of a Japanese ryokan and hotel. Taking inspiration from the hospitality of traditional Japanese inns, we hope to enhance guest experience through convenience and comfort of modern hotels.

What kind of rooms do you have?

Our hotel features 5 room types (20 rooms in total) inspired by Sukiya-zukuri, a type of Japanese architectural style incorporating tea house aesthetics. 15 rooms are sized 50 square metre and consists of a bedroom and living room. Remaining 5 rooms are single rooms.

What kind of guests do you serve?

We cater to both local guests and overseas traveller from around the world. During the day, the hotel is mostly visited by guests for work, lunch meetings or just to get a few hours rest in the day use rooms. For overnight stays, the hotel is booked for girls’ night in, vacation and business trips, as well as weekend getaways.

Maximum number of guests per room?

We can accommodate up to 3 guests per room. Rooms are mostly designed for 2 guests but are also available for single use too.

Are children allowed to stay at the hotel?

Unfortunately, we can’t accept guests under the age of 18, as we operate as an adults-only hotel.

Do you serve dinner?

Yes, we offer Japanese cuisine prepared by the former chef of Kappo Momoyama, who inherits the high-quality cooking methods of the established Japanese restaurant. We also offer light meals, snacks, desserts, beverage and many more. All foods and drinks will be delivered to your room via room service.

Where do you serve breakfast?

You can order breakfast via room service. Breakfast is served between 7:00-10:00am. For any reservation, please contact the front desk one day in advance.

Do you have non-smoking rooms?

Yes, please inquire directly for any requests.

Do the rooms have windows?

Yes, but windows are made double glazed and sound-proof to shut out noise, so we kindly advise you to keep them shut.

Do you have single rooms?

No, we do not have rooms designed particularly for single usage. However, single guests are welcome to book double rooms and other rooms of their choice.

What time is the curfew?

There is not curfew as our front desk is available 24 hours for room services and reservations.

Can I park my car?

We offer free parking for 2 cars. If your vehicle is over 1.8m, we kindly advise you to park alongside Shin Mejiro Dori, near the hotel entrance.

What kind of free toiletries and amenities do you have?

Free toiletries: shampoo, conditioner, body soap, toothbrush, hair brush, shower cap, cotton buds and more.

Amenities: original yukata, slippers, hairdryer, kettle, fridge, TV and more.

Do you have any room/lounge wear?

Yes, you will find a set of original yukatas in your room.

Are the rooms equipped with microwave ovens?

Yes, each room is equipped with a microwave oven.

Other services?

We also offer an extensive range of amenities including humidifiers, steamers,mobile phone chargers,card games, board games, iron and ironing boards, and many more.

Do you allow pets?

Unfortunately, we can’t accept pets.

Can I use Wi-Fi in the hotel?

Yes, LAN internet connection is equipped in all guest rooms.

Is there a coin-operated laundry in the hotel?

Unfortunately, we do not have any laundries in our hotel. Please use the coin-operate laundries nearby.

Can I leave my luggage if I arrive at your ryokan earlier?

Yes, we can keep hold of your luggage at front desk. Please kindly let us know when you plan to arrive or leave early/late. We can also support you when posting boxes or sending luggage.

Can you arrange special cakes or surprises for birthdays and special occassions?

We will do our very best to support your request. Please contact use directly for special arrangements.

Can I invite a non-staying guest into my room?

Unfortunately, we do not accept non-staying guest in your room. We kindly advise you to meet in the lobby.