What You’ll Find...

Now known as the home of Skytree, but this neighborhood has been vibrant with craftsmanship since the Edo period. This is why you still see many small-scale factories around our property. Besides Solamachi (the modern and busy shopping mall) above
Oshiage station, Honjo-Azumabashi is a typical Shitamachi (Traditional old town or residential district) with subtle charms in many of the independent shops. So do not be surprised if you find yourself the only tourists in those places - now, let the wanderlust begin!

Apartments in Oshiage

Bodacious Blue Lux Studio- Skytree/Asakusa


Dandy&Dapper Premium Studio- Skytree/Asakusa


Coastal Cool Apartment Home: PARTIAL SKYTREE VIEW

Studio (3 pax.)

Inspiring Modern Lux Home- Skytree/Asakusa

Studio (3 pax.)

Calm & Chill Premium Home

Studio (3 pax.)

Expresso Excellence Lux Studio


Curated guidebooks by residents of the Hoods - available for all our guests

Oryu, Management Consultant from Japan

IntheHood lives up to their words, 'thoughtfully-designed with avid travelers in mind.' My time in the city was easily complete with just a small briefcase; thanks to their extensive apartment amenities and remote concierge which connected me to the best neighborhoods of Tokyo.

Cassie, Professional Dancer from USA

Staying at their place was such an amazing way to experience Tokyo. I felt like a local with the ease that was afforded to me by intheHood. You can really tell that the people behind the concept cared about about every detail, down to the arts that hung behind the bed. I would recommend this space to anyone - young or old, professional or amateur traveler.

Cindy, Writer from Taiwan

It's new, super clean, very spacious, and has everything we needed for a comfortable life in Tokyo - from fully equipped kitchen, washing machine (with laundry detergent etc.) to a comfortable bath tub (especially helpful after a long day of walking around in Tokyo).

Dave, Software Engineer from USA

Above and beyond the unit itself, intheHood provided a variety of suggestions on things to check out in the neighborhood, and periodically hosted events that were great ways to meet fellow travelers and learn about the area.