This 70-year-old ryokan is a rarity in Tokyo and a great find in Asakusa's traditional neighborhood. It has lots of Edo-era touches, from the rickshaw outside the front door to stone and paper lanterns, bamboo screens, and antiques that fill public places. Even the staff wears traditional clothing, and the lounge is typically Japanese with floor seating. Rooms are all tatami and have woodblock prints, shoji screens, and other traditional features, with some large enough for a family of six. The cypress-and-granite public baths are a perk, and to really feel like you're living in old Edo (present-day Tokyo), sign up for the Japanese dinner, featuring dishes typical of the times and beginning at ¥5,500 for a 10-dish meal (make dinner reservations when you book your room). The ryokan has a 2am curfew.