【Rental Villa / Cottage in Tokyo】Premier Kinshicho

Premier Kinshicho is a three-bedroom designer villa that can be rented out on one floor.
The area is a great location with many sightseeing spots such as Asakusa, Ryogoku and Kiyosumi-Shirakawa where you can experience Edo culture. There are also many parks, rivers, shrines and other natural areas, making it ideal for walks.
When you return after a day of sightseeing, have a good sleep on a mattress made by Serta, one of the world’s three largest bed manufacturers.

Here are some of the attractive tourist spots in the area.

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Neighborhood Recommendations

Tokyo Sky Tree

TOKYO SKYTREE is the world’s tallest radio tower at 634 meters. Tokyo Skytree Town has commercial facilities, a planetarium, and Sumida aquarium, so you can spend a whole day there and never get bored. Please be sure to take a look at the city of Tokyo from the observation deck.
Access: 1.5km (20 min. walk) from Premier Kinshicho

Kameido Tenjin Shrine

This 360-year-old shrine is dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane, a well-known god of learning. Known as the most famous wisteria viewing spot in Tokyo, depicted in Hiroshige Utagawa’s Ukiyoe, the wisteria festival held from the end of April to May attracts many people.
Access: 500m(7 min. walk) from Premier Kinshicho

Yokojikkengawa Canal

The canal, which opened during Edo period, is an ideal walking path. You can also enjoy the atmosphere of Edo period by riding on a Japanese-style boat. You will feel close to the landscapes depicted in Hiroshige Utagawa’s Ukiyoe.
Access: 300m(4 min.walk) from Premier Kinshicho

Sensoji Temple

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist temple with a history of over 1,300 years. The “Nakamise Street” leading to the Temple is the oldest shopping street in Japan. You can delight in the sight of numerous traditional snacks and unique gifts. You have the opportunity to immerse yourself in a rich historical experience at everywhere in Asakusa.
Access: 2.6km(38 min.walk) from Premier Kinshicho


Koganeyu, which has been in business for 90 years as public bathhouses, known as Sento, was newly renovated. Now it’s complete with a craft beer taproom by the entrance that doubles as a DJ booth. Mt. Fuji mural in the bathing area was painted by artist Yoriko Hoshi. There are three different temperatures baths ranging from lukewarm to hot, and there is also an open-air cold plunge pool for those wanting to cool down after sitting in the sauna.
Access: 120m(2 min. walk) from Premier Kinshicho

Premier Kinshicho
Address: Taihei, Sumida-ku, Tokyo
Number of nights: 1 night –
Maximum Occupancy: 6 guests

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