This area of Tokyo is pretty quite but offers many little things to do such as a shopping street and a temple as well as a pagoda.
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This is a “high traffic” area popular with local tourists so expect HUGE crowds. But it is definitely worth the effort. The restaurants are a joy to the taste buds at prices equally joyful to the pocket. The shrines are free though it would be...More
Temples, shrines, restaurants, shops and good walks to see! You can make a wish while you're in the Senso-ji Temple. It all works so well here and we definitely love it
We came here in February this year and this time we brought our in-laws who had never visited Japan before. This was truly a fantastic experience for them as the area is so busy with temples, shopping and places to eat. It is also one...More
Asakusa is a must for tourists. Senso-ji Temple is imposing and beautiful. There are nearby stalls for shopping at prices that won't break your budget. We enjoyed the food at a vegan restaurant and spotted a few stay-worthy ryokans for next visit. It's a very...More
Asakusa offers one of the most popular views when visiting Tokyo. It hosts the giant red lantern and the alley full of stores that leads to Asakusa's Hozomon temple. This place gets really crowded by tourists, so visiting early morning or late evening. To escape...More
if you want to buy typical and traditional Japanese gifts and souvenirs Asakusa market and neighborhood is the best place around - it is packed with gift shops, and meanwhile shopping you can also enjoy Japanese street food. The neighborhood also hosts one of the...More