Unusually for Tokyo, this smart-looking ryokan caters almost exclusively for foreigners, and so the staff are well-informed on what the city has to offer and are often willing to help organise tours or cultural events. The communal living room is often lively. Bathrooms in the ryokan are all shared, but are very clean. The smallest room sleeps four, the largest eight, and rates drop according to how many people are sharing the room. beds from £24
I lived in Edinburgh for 10 years and decided to put together for readers a self guided walking tour & illustrated map of my 50 best places to visit, eat, drink and party in this beautiful city. I hope you find the post and the map useful.