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out of 51 reviews
“Nice small hotel near Ueno station”
I liked this hotel a lot. The room was small but very clean and with everything necessary at hand. Perfect for the budget. Really a 10 minutes walk from Ueno station and easy to find. If you have a lot of luggage then you probably will need a taxi though. Breakfast buffet is very nice. The staff doesn't speak much English but if you write something for them they check translation online. Lots of small restaurants nearby, 7-11 shop, very convenient. Ueno park and famous little markets are close as well. I'd recommend it to people on business trips and tourists.
“Happy to return.”
If I'm ever lucky enough to go to Tokyo again I'll happily stay here. Spent 2 weeks at the Chisun in Ueno. Perfectly located for the train from the airport and then further around Tokyo. Fantastic park with a Zoo and museums included within walking distance with excellent shopping and eating. Staff were lovely, free internet access in my room and a fridge all made my stay very comfortable. No TV channels to speak of but there's enough entertainment on your doorstep to keep you happy. Can't thank them enough for their hospitality.
Good location, easy to find and close to Ueno Station; quiet neighbourhood but extremely convenient (Inaricho Station just around the corner). Small but clean, comfortable room, pleasant staff. I'll definitely use this hotel again.
“Great location and Service”
Great hotel - really well located close to everywhere - lovely restaurants, shops & markets within easy walking distance. All staff very helpful with maps, timetables, shopping destinations. Great variety at breakfast & well priced. Will definately stay here again
Excellent hotel, housekeeping were amazing. Excellent location - very close to Ueno station (for your JR line trains) and metro/underground, plus Ueno-Keisi station (to catch Skyliner to/from Narita Airport) is just around the corner too. As it Ueno Park.
“Great Hotel on edge of Ueno Park”
This is a great little hotel, it's about 10 minutes walk away from train station and convenient to the museums, galleries and markets. The hotel is quiet, clean and the staff are really helpful letting us leave our luggage there for four days while we visited Kyoto. Good spot to do some exploring of Tokyo as Ueno station is on the main JR loop line - so minutes away from Ginza, Shinjuku, etc
This is short but just know that Japan, ANA airline & the Chisun Hotel in Ueno are 3 things that can make a Honeymoon complete. Everything was Triple Gold Standard. Certainly not 5 star but for what it was their are no substitutes. Everything you need from a Hotel, Airline and Country. We both had an Amazing time and i wouldnt have changed anything! Would recomend all these 3 things to anyone looking for the experience of the lives!
“Quiet and good standards - will stay there again”
The hotel staff were very friendly. Room size is average for Japan but I didn't feel cramped in this hotel. Location is 5-10 minutes walk from UENO station, so its easy to get around. Would happily stay there again.
“Look forward to staying again next time we are in town”
Although the rooms are small by international standards we found them to be clean and well appointed. The standard of care from staff was exemplary, and the preparedness to assist us with any difficulties was outstanding. As we have no Japanese language skillls it was so helpfull to find such caring and patient staff.
“Great for Cherry Blossoms, tourism, or business”
Very nice moderate hotel, comfortable either for Westerners or Japanese, part of a chain. I'd use Chisun when traveling to another city. Good reviews on Trip Advisor (20+). 10 minutes from Keisei Ueno or Ueno rail stations (adjacent). From airport take Keisei Limited Express for 1000 yen, exit to Asakusa-dori (large divided street / see Google Earth), walk around street-side of Ueno station, following elevated highway. Pass under it, and cross street to Fedex/Kinkos and convenience store, on Asakusa-dori. Go 3 more stoplights to the big red Torii (Shinto gateway across street - Temple of Marital Bliss ). Turn left on sidestreet .Go 2 short blocks, past vending alcove & discreet Buddhist temple (purple flag with white 5-petal flower) to red overhead triangle. Turn right to the Hotel. Or Without turn, go 1 more block (or Ginza line to) the Inaricho Subway stop & multilane street with stoplight,. Turn left, go 2 blocks, & left 1/2 block to hotel. Hotel is very clean with friendly staff. Breakfast: 500 Yen off by getting orange Chisun card. 2 lobby computers work in Japanese or western config. (Upper left of keyboard, first key down from where the "Escape" key is the "switch" between keyboard usage - The "dash" is moved ) Free internet in room, but bring retractable hardwire connector. Nice bath. Table & chairs, fridge, tea, yukata & slippers. Because of rail, there are 24-hour restaurants / conv. stores on Asakusa. Get a Pasmo card!