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  • Guestroom
  • Sengaku-ji Temple

The KEIKYU EX INN Sengakuji-Station is conveniently located just a one-minute walk from Sengakuji Station on the Keikyu Toei Asakusa Line, or a five-minute taxi ride from Shinagawa Station. Get nonstop, quick train access to Nihonbashi, Shinbashi, and the Yokohama area.
Our facilities are perfect for leisure travelers and business travelers alike. The elevators and front entrance after hours require card key access, and elevators only stop on guest room floors—giving you peace of mind throughout your stay.
All rooms come with a flat screen television, refrigerator, electric hotpot, humidifier, and other amenities. Guests also have access to laundry services and an array of complementary toiletry items.
All 120 guest rooms have semi-double beds fitted with mattresses jointly developed with Simmons, offering the ultimate in firm, yet cushioned comfort. We guarantee you'll get a restful night's sleep. Come experience our ingenious floor plans that make the most of the compact space—you are sure to wake up refreshed and recharged with us.

3-11-26 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-0073 JapanAccess
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GuestroomsGuestrooms

  • Semi-Double 12.5m² / Bed size : W140cm
    <Standard Rates> Single Occupancy 13,000yen / Double Occupancy 15,000yen
    Semi-Double
  • EX Semi-Double A/B A13.5m²・B14.5m² / Bed size : W140cm
    <Standard Rates> Single Occupancy 13,500yen / Double Occupancy 15,500yen
    >EX Semi-Double A/B
  • Universal Semi-Double 18.5m² / Bed size : W160cm
    <Standard Rates> Single Occupancy 15,000yen / Double Occupancy 17,000yen
    >Universal Semi-Double

Room featuresRoom features

Electric kettle
Refrigerator 32-inch LCD TV Free Wi-Fi
Air purifier humidifier Electric kettle An ion hair dryer
Mugs and glass cups Thermostatic temperature controlled shower Light-blocking curtains
MIWA card key access system Tablet PC
We also have a list of items for rent, including low resiliency pillows, pillows for reducing shoulder discomfort, mobile phone chargers, nail clippers, blankets, trouser press, irons, and umbrellas.
*Only a limited number of rental items are available. *Photos may not reflect the actual item available for rent.

AmenitiesAmenities

Amenities
Toothbrush set Body towel Towel
Shaving set Body soap Bath towel
Hair comb Shampoo Slippers
Hand soap Conditioner Pajama
Cottons, shower cap, cotton swabs, dental floss, shaving cream, bar soap, plus coffee, tea, haircare products, and mouthwash are available at the Front Desk.



BreakfastBreakfast

Guests who sign up for the breakfast plan will be served in the Nakau restaurant Mita location located across the street. (If your plan does not include breakfast, you may purchase a meal ticket at the front desk for ¥500.)

なか卯 NAKAU

Select from six breakfast options prepared especially for EX Inn guests.

Breakfast hours are 5:00 AM to 10:00 AM.

Guests staying at the EX Inn will receive tonjiru (pork and vegetable) soup with their meal.

  • Morning set with beef and salmon + premium egg

    Morning set with beef and salmon + premium egg

  • Morning set with mixed rice and small beef side

    Morning set with mixed rice and small beef side

  • Morning set with mixed rice and natto (fermented soybeans)

    Morning set with mixed rice and natto (fermented soybeans)

  • Morning set with fried egg and small beef side

    Morning set with fried egg and small beef side

  • Morning set with fried egg and natto (fermented soybeans)

    Morning set with fried egg and natto (fermented soybeans)

  • Morning set with double fried egg

    Morning set with double fried egg



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Guests within walking distance will find directions to the hotel by tapping the icon with smartphones or tablets.

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Sengaku-ji Temple

Sengaku-ji TempleSengaku-ji Temple

The subject of numerous television drama series and films, Sengaku-ji Temple is a Soto Zen Buddhist temple famous for housing the graves of the masterless Ako warriors (better known as the Forty-seven Ronin), and their original daimyo, Lord Asano.
There is a small museum commemorating Lord Asano on site, which features documents and historical items related to the incident as well as a video. A festival honoring Lord Asano is held here every spring and fall, with events ranging from memorial services to ceremonial tea offerings to the gods of the shrine, warrior processions, and more.

Access
Getting there: Take Toei Asakusa Line from Shinagawa Station via the Keikyu Line and get off at Sengakuji Station. Take the A2 exit. The temple is about a one-minute walk from there.
More information:
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Aqua Park Shinagawa

Aqua Park ShinagawaAqua Park Shinagawa

Aqua Park Shinagawa is billed as an "instinctive theme park" located right in the heart of the city. Delight in the performances of the park's many living creatures in a magical setting of sound, light, and images. People flock to the ever-changing seasonal events here, meaning that there is something new to discover no matter how many times you visit.

Access
Getting there: Take the Takanawa (west) exit at Shinagawa Station. The park is about a two-minute walk from there.
More information:
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Tokyo Tower

Tokyo TowerTokyo Tower

Standing 333 meters tall, Tokyo Tower is one of the city's most famous tourist destinations. With a distinctive presence that can be seen for kilometers, Tokyo Tower has been a popular favorite since it first opened in 1958. A family-friendly event to celebrate the public opening of the steps up to the observatory is held on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays.

Access
Getting there: Take the Takanawa (west) exit at Shinagawa Station. The park is about a two-minute walk from there.
More information:
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Happpo-en Park

Happpo-en ParkHapppo-en Park

Happo-en is a 40,000–square meter park in the beautiful Shirokanedai area of Minato, famous for its garden restaurants and wedding venue. It is also said to be the former location of the residence of Okubo Hikozaemon, advisor to the Tokugawa shogunate. The name Happo-en was given by Fusanosuke Kuhara, founder of Hitachi, and the park got its start as a high-end Japanese restaurant with traditional garden views.

Access
Getting there: Change to the Toei Mita Line at Mita Station on the Toei Asakusa Line, then get off at Shirokanedai Station. The park is about a one-minute walk from there. (You can also take a shuttle bus from Shinagawa Station.)

Meguro Gajoen

Meguro GajoenMeguro Gajoen

Meguro Gajoen first opened in the Meguro district during the early Showa period (1926–1989) as a high-end Japanese restaurant and Japan's first complete wedding venue. Its lavishly decorated interior spaces have earned it the nickname "Showa Ryugujo", which refers to an undersea palace of Japanese legend. The famous fiction writer Osamu Dazai set his novel Kajitsu here, and the baths were the inspiration for the ones in Hayao Miyazaki's film Spirited Away. Meguro Gajoen is also famous as a spot to enjoy the beautiful cherry trees that bloom along the nearby Meguro River in spring.

Access
Getting there: Change to the Yamanote Line at Shinagawa Station, then get off at Meguro Station. The hotel is about a five-minute walk from there. (You can also take a shuttle bus from Shinagawa Station.)

Takashimaya Nihombashi Store

Takashimaya Nihombashi StoreTakashimaya Nihombashi Store

First established in Kyoto towards the end of the Edo period (1603–1868), Takashimaya is one of Japan's oldest and most prestigious department stores along with the main Mitsukoshi location. Its Nihombashi store opened with central heating and cooling throughout back in 1933. The company's advertising slogan back then, "Step out of Takashimaya to the hottest spot in Tokyo" swept the nation. In 2009, it became the first department store building to be designated as an Important Cultural Property.

Access
Getting there: Take the Toei Asakusa Line to Nihombashi Station. The department store is about a one-minute walk from there.

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi HillsRoppongi Hills

Business district by day, glittering restaurant and bar district by night, international hotspot and home to Tokyo's embassies—Roppongi is a diverse district of many faces. In the center of it all is the sprawling Roppongi Hills Mori Tower, a luxury office building and multipurpose facility that features shops, restaurants, an art museum, 360º observation platform, TV studios, a theater, and more in addition to office space. Nearby Mori Gardens is a lush natural setting where visitors can delight in the constantly-changing experience of Japan's four distinct seasons.

Access
Getting there: Take the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line to Roppongi Station. Exit at 1C and take the concourse directly to Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line. Take exit 3 and the complex is about a four-minute walk from there.