Please enjoy your stay in a bright, open and relaxing space. We look forward to your visit.
3 minute walk from Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line/Tokyo Monorail!
One stop from Haneda Airport Terminal 3 Station, and two stops from Haneda Airport Terminal 1･2 Station. Conveniently located for business and sightseeing with excellent access.
【From Hotel to Haneda Airport】Free shuttle bus available in the early morning!
Our rooms have great scenery, including rooms with views of the airport, Tokyo Bay Aqua Line, and Mt. Fuji!(Views vary depending on floor number and direction)
Open from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m.
Foreign currency exchange
Free newspapers (Daily Yomiuri)
Wheelchairs (for rent)
Information on cashless payment
We will only accept advance payments on the Website, payments by credit card for room charges. Thank you in advance.
Payment methods available at the hotel
Our beds are slightly on the large side so that you can sleep soundly in a space where you will be able to relax and feel relieved. Space to open your suitcase is ensured in all rooms, so our hotel can be used for business and for leisure too. Also, non-smoking and smoking rooms are separated by floors, so you can make use of your preferred room with peace of mind.
Guest room types and amenities/equipment
Standard Semi-Double A 14m²
Standard Semi-Double B 14m²
Standard Double 21m²
Standard Twin 27m²
EX Semi-Double A 14m²
EX Semi-Double B 14m²
EX Double 24m² Non-smoking rooms: 7 Smoking rooms: 1
EX Twin 36m² Non-smoking rooms: 6 Smoking rooms: 1
EX Deluxe Double 29m² Non-smoking rooms: 1
EX Deluxe Twin 34m² Non-smoking rooms: 1
Universal 27m² Non-smoking rooms: 1
Shower with thermostat
Toilet with bidet
Card key system
Light-blocking roll-up blinds
Free Wi-Fi in each room
USB socket(output 2A)
Room interior with excellent soundproofing
Safety box(excluding Semi-Double type rooms)
40-inch LCD TV (50-inch in Double/Twin rooms)
Cups and mugs
Available to borrow from front desk: Comfort pillows (first come first served), desk light, nail clippers, blankets, iron/ironing board, umbrellas, trouser press, lighters, power conversion adapters (for overseas) *Please note that the number of items available to borrow is limited.
There are two KEIKYU EX INN HOTEL GROUP hotels in the vicinity of Haneda Airport. Please make sure the name and location of your hotel when you make a reservation and check in.
Free breakfast for hotel guests.
Breakfast is served from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. Note that breakfasts are available only for guests.
This hotel is right next to Haneda Airport, Tokyo’s gateway to the skies, and provides excellent access to popular sightseeing spots! There are also many attractive sightseeing spots close to the airport.
Free shuttle bus runs from this hotel
Haneda Airport is famous as “Tokyo’s gateway to the skies”. The airport has sweet shops, private brand shops, and a mini Edo town that is popular with overseas visitors. Also, the airport itself is a leisure facility that can be enjoyed by families, couples and friends, with features such as the terminal no. 2 restaurant where you can enjoy amazing panoramic views of planes taking off and landing, Tokyo Skytree, and Tokyo Gate Bridge, etc.
Access Take Keikyu Line from Tenkūbashi Station to Haneda Airport, which takes one stop to Heneda Airport Terminal 3 and two stops to Haneda Airport Terminal 1・2. Click here for details
20 minutes from Shinagawa Station by bus
Odaiba has a wide range of sightseeing spots and attractions, including Rainbow Bridge – even if you spend a day here, you won’t run out of things to do. This is a popular spot with couples and families. You can take a stroll through the park while feeling the sea breeze and relaxing on the lawns.
This is one of the best natural hot springs in Tokyo, with 150t of water gushing forth from 2,000m underground every day. After bathing here, your skin will be moist, soft and smooth.
Access 3 minutes from Keikyu Heiwajima Station by one-coin bus (100 yen / incl. tax), or 10 minutes from JR Omori Station by one-coin bus (100 yen / incl. tax) at East Exit No. 6. There is also a free bus from Haneda Airport. Click here for details
Tokyo Gate Bridge
15 minutes from nearest station by bus
There is a promenade to Tokyo Gate Bridge, from which you can see Tokyo Skytree, Tokyo Tower, Haneda Airport, Tokyo Disney Resort and, on a fine day, Mt. Fuji. The unbroken views of Tokyo Bay and planes flying against a bridge backdrop are also spectacular.
Access It's located about a 6 kilometer by car from the Odaiba central intersection, or about a 15 minute by city bus from Shin-kiba Station on the Rinkai or Yurakucho line.
Close to nearest station
Step outside of the station and you will see a refined waterfront location that has appeared in various TV dramas. This spot is full of attractions, including an abundance of stylish restaurants serving gourmet food, plays and musicals at The Galaxy Theatre, family picnics in Higashi-Shinagawa Kaijo Park, and the beautiful sparkling night view.
Access From Tenkūbashi Station on the Tokyo Monorail, get off at Tennōzu Isle Station (Journey from Tokyo Monorail Tenkūbashi Station to Tennōzu Isle Station takes 11 minutes)
Anamori Inari Shrine
3 minute walk from nearest station
In 1804, when cultivating a new rice field here, the sea was rough and the banks of the shore broke, causing villagers who had suffered tremendous damage from seawater to enshrine the god Inari on the bank in a new Inari Shrine. This had great results in calming the sea. It is also said to be the origin of Anamori Inari Shrine. The name Anamori is derived from the idea of spirits protecting people from the dangers of holes opened in banks on the shore.
Access From Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line, get off at Anamori-inari Station using the Keikyu Line and walk for approx. 3 minutes (Journey from Tenkūbashi Station to Anamori-inari Station on the Keikyu Line is one stop away and takes approx. 2 minutes) Click here for details
8 minute walk from nearest station
Kawasaki Daishi is the Kongōzan Kinjōin Heiken-ji Temple, Grand Head Temple of the Chizan sect of Shingon Buddhism famous for warding off evil, and during every New Year period the site is bustling with people paying their first shrine visit of the year.
Access From Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line, get off at Kawasaki-Daishi Station and walk for approximately 8 minutes (Journey from Tenkūbashi Station to Kawasaki-Daishi Station on the Keikyu Line takes approx. 20 minutes) Click here for details
Close to nearest station
Centered around Ginza Avenue, which extends from Ginza 1-chome to 8-chome, is an internationally renowned high-class commercial district featuring long-established prestigious specialist stores such as Wako, department stores including Mitsukoshi and Matsuya, and high-grade boutiques including overseas brands, etc. Ginza Six was newly opened in April 2017, making the neighborhood more attractive than ever. This is one of Japan’s highest-level sightseeing spots.
Access From Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line to the Keikyu Airport Line, then transfer at Keikyu Kamata Station to the Toei Asakusa Line, and travel one stop on the Ginza Line from Higashi-Ginza Station (Journey from Tenkūbashi Station to Ginza Station takes approx. 36 minutes)
(C) TOKYO TOWER
Approx. 10 minute walk from nearest station
Standing at 333m, this is surely the quintessential Tokyo sightseeing spot. Its appearance is distinctive even from afar, and has come to be loved by many people since it was built. On weekends and holidays there are events where the stairs leading to the large viewing platform are opened, and this can be enjoyed by children and adults together.
Access From Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line, via the Keikyu Line, get off at Daimon Station on the Toei Asakusa Line (Exit A6) and walk for approx. 10 minutes (Journey from Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line to Daimon Station takes 22 minutes) Click here for details
Connected to nearest station
Japan’s new radio tower, incorporating cutting-edge technologies and standing at a height of 634m.
Here you can enjoy panoramic views of Tokyo and, when the weather is good, Mt. Fuji as well. There are many facilities in this area, including a planetarium, restaurants, and shops selling souvenirs that can be bought only at Tokyo Skytree.
Access From Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line, via the Keikyu Line, get off at Oshiage Station (Skytree Station) on the Toei Asakura Line. Located close to the station. (Journey from Tenkūbashi Station on the Keikyu Line to Oshiage Station takes 41 minutes) Click here for details