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20 Angels in Tokyo
! online booking is mandatory
450 meters from Sky Tree
260 meters from Skytree Station
500 meters from Honjo-Azumabashi Station
550 meters from Oshiage station 'SKYTREE'
270 meters from Sensō-ji
350 meters from Hoppy Street
220 meters from Asakusa Station
In the Kyōbashi District
70 meters from Kyōbashi Station
200 meters from Takarachō Station
500 meters from Tokyo Train Station
300 meters from Shintomicho Station
300 meters from Shinkanahashijido Park
350 meters from the Gray Wood Gallery
200 meters from Takeshita Street
400 meters from Meiji Jingu
400 meters from Yoyogi Park
190 meters from Tsukiji Market
270 meters from the Tsukiji Honganji
550 meters from Tsukiji Station
550 meters from Tsukijishijo Station
180 meters from Yushima Tenmangu
450 meters from Shinobazu Pond
250 meters from Yushima Station
100 meters from Ogawamachi Station
170 meters from Awajicho Station
450 meters from Kanda Station
160 meters from Kanda Station
450 meters from Iwamotocho Station
600 meters from Akihabara Station
17:30 - 22:30
160 meters from Hatagaya Station
300 meters from Nishiharaikoi Park
400 meters from Nishihara Itchome Park
220 meters from Jimbocho Station
650 meters from Imperial Palace and Gardens
400 meters from Ikebukuro Nishi-guchi Park
450 meters from Ikebukuro Station
550 meters from Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre
280 meters from Yanaka Ginza
300 meters from Sendagi Station
600 meters from Nippori Station
450 meters from Ginza Station
500 meters from Shimbashi Station
500 meters from Ginza Mitsukoshi
350 meters from Sensō-ji
280 meters from Asakusa Shrine
260 meters from Monument of Edo Saruwakacho Ichimuraza Mark
500 meters from Shiodome Station
600 meters from Shimbashi Station
290 meters from Shibuya Station
300 meters from Shibuya Hikarie
500 meters from Hachikō Memorial Statue
220 meters from Sensoji Temple
350 meters from Asakusa Station
95 meters from Hanayashiki Amusement Park
290 meters from Asakusa Station
650 meters from Asakusa Station (Tsukuba Express)
190 meters from Ueno station
500 meters from Ueno-hirokoji Station
140 meters from Ameyoko market
Bagbnb is a local experience
Angels are bars, hotels, restaurants or offices checked and monitored by the BAGBNB team! They will be happy to welcome you to the city!
Safe and secure
All deposits are secure and guaranteed and all luggage deposited through the platform are covered by the Bagbnb guarantee.
Online booking and payment is compulsory.
BAGBNB deposit points do not accept, in any case, the luggage of customers without online reservation.
A comfortable place to store your bags in Tokyo
Are you going to visit Tokyo in the next few months? You'll have a good chance of getting there since the city has never been more accessible! Let our professionals look after your luggage while you enjoy your stay or your last day in the city. With the help from our partner businesses near Tokyo's Station, Ueno Station or other transit hubs, you will be able to leave your baggage belongings as long as you need! You can also use our spots as long term luggage storage in Tokyo since some of them are open 24/7.
How to find your luggage storage in Tokyo
Book your luggage storage in less than 1 minute online, your stuff will be labeled and then placed in a clean and safe space of the store (or hotel). All the Angels (the way we call our partners) have been verified by our staff! BAGBNB costs ¥600 per day.
The rate is valid for one piece of luggage. If you need it, you can also contact our customer service available 7 days a week.
Crowds, sushi, and sumimasen!
Did you know that Tokyo (東京, Tōkyō) is the world's most populous metropolis? According to recent estimates, it has an approximate population of over 9 million inhabitants. We are sure that many of you have decided to go to Japan, after watching Netflix's documentary dedicated to Chef Jiro. Anyway, if you love sushi, in Tokyo you'll find a wide range of tasty restaurants where to try this fresh and delicious dish! In Tokyo, especially on the train or along overcrowded streets, you'll often hear the word sumimasen, the typical expression to say sorry!
Best time to visit Tokyo
Every season of the year has its pros and cons when it comes to when to visit Tokyo. But for sure, spring is one of the best time to visit the Japanese capital. In spring, the temperatures are thawing and smiles appear on the faces of the locals. Yes, it's in that moment that you will see Tokyo at its prettiest. You will love cherry blossoms are the obvious draw, but the season's other flowers, events, and festivals are equally compelling reasons to choose Tokyo as your holiday destination!