If you interested in seeing the shrine and taking pictures this is a great place to do it. But if you're by your self it is hard to get around. in for me a lot of the staff were very helpful in pointing out where...More
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Very crowded and cool (japanese attire girls walking around). There are fake japanese girls...... Look for the local cute girls. Free entrance to the Shrine. Good shopping ground too for souvenirs
Definitely worth a visit and a stroll through. We were lucky enough to have an English speaking guide with us, so he was able to educate us on the history of the temple and area. This is Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple that was originally built...More
Asakusa Shrine is a very quiet and serene place. I think most mistake it for the main square of Sensō-ji where the five story pagoda and Hozōmon reside. This shrine is a little ways off away from the crowds and bustle of people. When I...More
Shrine is Nice but if you have done Kyoto shrines then you can give this a miss. Visit only for street market nearby and the cruise alongside. It is Very convenient to go to this place.
The shrine was busy and bustling when we visited. The pedestrian streets leading to the shrine are lined with souvenir shops and are very crowded. The shrine itself is interesting, as is the five-story pagoda. We spent about 20 minutes at the shrine and felt...More