TOKYO LITTLE HOUSE is
an accommodation and tourist space
located in a 70-year old house
in central Tokyo’s Akasaka district.
Upstairs is a private residential hotel;
downstairs, a cafe and gallery.
Built amid the ashes three years after the war,
our little house witnessed postwar Tokyo emerge from the darkness of ruins into the glow of today's neon lights.
We are at the very center of Akasaka, one of the city's primary entertainment districts. There are hundreds of restaurants, bars, and cafes within a few minutes walk. We have prepared information for …
Three subway stations (Akasaka, Akasaka-mitsuke, and Tameike-sanno) and six subway lines are within a 3-8 minutes walking, putting most of central Tokyo within 20-25 minutes. Roppongi and the Imperial…