A Taste of Japanese Tradition

Kawagoe Prince Hotel

A Taste of Japanese Tradition

Kawagoe Prince Hotel

A Taste of Japanese Tradition

Kawagoe Prince Hotel
A Taste of Japanese Tradition

Kawagoe Prince Hotel

Kawagoe Prince hotel is located in Kawagoe, Saitama which is about one hour away from the heart of Tokyo by Seibu Railway Special Express ‘Koedo-go” train. Kawagoe city has a taste of traditional Japanese town in Edo period. You can enjoy sightseeing and golfing.

We have 110 rooms including suite room and Tatami room as well as single bed room.  Our restaurants offer Japanese, Chinese and Western cuisine. We also have a bar and a banquet room whose capacity is up to 1200 people. It will suites business conference and wedding party.

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Kawagoe Prince Hotel
Kawagoe Prince Hotel
Kawagoe Prince Hotel
Kawagoe Prince Hotel
Kawagoe Prince Hotel

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The Perfect Place to Rest and Relax

Guest Rooms and Suites

Bright rooms filled with sunlight and designed in chic colors. Reserve the room that best suits your needs, from 105 Western-style rooms ranging in size from 19 sq. meters to 30 sq. meter, 4 Japanese-style rooms, and a suite.

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Kawagoe Prince Hotel
Kawagoe Prince Hotel
Kawagoe Prince Hotel

Where we are

Take the limited express Koedo on Seibu Line to arrive in 43 minutes from Shinjuku. There is direct access to the first floor of the hotel from Hon-Kawagoe Station

Nearby Attractions

Historic Townscape

Historic Townscape

The shops with walls made from wattle and daub in Kawagoe are famous examples of Kurazukuri …

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Kashiya Yokocho (sweets store alley)

Kashiya Yokocho (sweets store alley)

Around 1930, there were more than 70 stores in this alley manufacturing and selling sweets wholesale. Even now, more than 20 shops …

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Kawagoe City Art Museum

Kawagoe City Art Museum

The museum was opened on December 1st 2002, commemorating the 80th anniversary of …

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Kawagoe City Museum

Kawagoe City Museum

The Kawagoe City Museum is built on the former site of Ni-no-maru (second citadel) of the …

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Kawagoe Festival Museum

Kawagoe Festival Museum

The Kawagoe Festival (which takes place on the third Saturday and Sunday in October), is the …

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Kitain Temple

Kitain Temple

Kitain Temple, constructed in the Heian era, is famous for its 500 Rakan statues and Daruma market held on January 3rd every year. …

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Miyoshino Shrine

Miyoshino Shrine

The Miyoshino Shrine is said to have been rebuilt in 1624, as the guardian shrine of the Kawagoe Castle, by Lord Sakai …

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Naka-in Temple

Naka-in Temple

Directly to the south of Kitain Temple, this is a temple with a quiet atmosphere. Around the end of …

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Osawa Family House

Osawa Family House

The oldest of the kurazukuri (warehouse) style merchant houses on Ichiban-gai street, constructed …

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Residential palace in the inner citadel of Kawagoe Castle

Residential palace in the inner citadel of Kawagoe Castle

Kawagoe Castle was constructed in 1457 by Ota Doshin and his son Dokan under the orders of Ogigayatsu Uesugi Mochitomo, as a strategic …

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Senba Toshogu Shrine

Senba Toshogu Shrine

Senba Toshogu Shrine is one of the three most important Toshogu shrines in Japan. It is adjacent to Kitain Temple on the south side. …

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Toki-no-Kane (The Bell of Time)

Toki-no-Kane (The Bell of Time)

This bell is a symbol of Kawagoe that has announced the time to the residents of the castle town …

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500 Statues of Rakan

500 Statues of Rakan

Inside the grounds of Kitain Temple, these statues were made over a 50-year period beginning in 1782. There are 538 stone images …

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