Service

Service

An Intimate Hotel
The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon strives to create a welcoming environment for its visitors and prides itself on delivering the best Japanese-style service.
The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon understands that traveling is a time of comfort, adventure, enjoyment and constantly upholds its mission to create a relaxing stay for visitors.

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The Japanese have a unique culture of “Chanoyu” that serves as the spirit of Japanese hospitality. Chanoyu, also known as Sadou is a unique art of tea ceremony and provides the basis of The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon’s hospitality. Unlike having a casual drink of tea, Chanoyu is a methodical ritual performed by a host to a guest(s) in which the host carefully prepares a bowl of tea from the heart. During the ceremony, a unique exchange of formalities are exchanged and relationships are developed between the host and guest(s).

Omotenashi, the Japanese word for hospitality and service is built under 3 foundations - Shitsurai, Yosooi, and Omoi. Shitsurai is a presenting oneself well with a focus on being as welcoming as possible. Yosooi is an emphasis on aesthetics and beauty, providing the most visually pleasing environment. Omoi is a selfless form of giving that takes into consideration all of a guests’ needs and accommodations.

Each and every staff member at The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon is carefully trained in providing Japanese Omotenashi, delivering a unique and friendly service for guests.

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Multi tasking

To ensure a pleasant stay for all our guests, we provide an intimate and friendly hotel management service. Each of our employees share and handle guest information so that our guests are warmly welcomed and feel at home. We provide services that suit our guests individually to make their stay unique and memorable. Our aim is to create a warm and friendly environment backed by our efficient service.

Multi Tasking

Intimate Hotel

We believe that the essence of hotel management is deeply rooted in our culture of “Chano-yu” or tea ceremony. Preparing tea in this ritual involves pouring all of one’s attention on the guest. The ritual is not about drinking tea but rather aesthetics and preparing a bowl of tea from the heart. Our spirit of hotel management embodies the “Chano-yu” culture.

Hotel service highlights
■A 24 hour restaurant and bar.
■A rooftop terrace reserved for guests
■Free internet access
■High-quality toiletaries and comfortable nightwear in all rooms
■A barrier-free environment with wheelchairs and baby beds available on request.

Multi Tasking

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