Kameya is a doll cake (Sponge cakes in various shapes filled with a red bean paste) and hand-made senbei (rice cracker) shop in Asakusa.
Kiryudo is a kumihimo (braided thread) shop located between the Asakusa metro station and Senso-ji Temple.
Hyobando is a rice cracker (senbei, okaki etc) shop located in Asakusa. They also offer a selection of souvenirs and miscellaneous goods.
Sekai Cafe aims to be able to serve anyone by catering to the culinary needs of people with dietary restrictions because of religion, allergies etc.
AI club is a bar/club with a focus on 80's soul music but with other generations of music as well. It is located right off of Kaminarimon street.
This ice cream shop located in Asakusa sells Italian-style gelato. Their menu includes classic flavors, such as chocolate, vanilla, and pistachio, as well as Japanese-style creations, like matcha, tofu, and kinako (roasted soybean flour).
Waizumiya is a famous senbei (Japanese rice cracker) shop located between the Asakusa metro station and the Kaminarimon Gate.
Asakusa Menchi is a popular fried meatball shop on Denboin-dori Street in Asakusa.
Denboin-dori is a shopping and dining street along the South end of the Senso-ji Temple area.
This destination is found in the famed Asakusa district. It offers guests from all over the world a traditional hostel experience. The location is nearby many tourist destinations like the Kaminari-mon Gate, the Nakamise shopping street, and the Asakusa Temple
Ryokan Mikawaya is located in the heart of Asakusa, 100 metres from the Kaminarimon Thunder Gate and a 3-minute walk from Asakusa Subway Station. The Japanese-style accommodation offers in-room massage services and free Wi-Fi at t
Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa is a 2-minute walk from Kaminarimon and Sensoji Temple. Asakusa Subway Station is a 5-minute walk away. The hotel offers Japanese-style accommodation with a restaurant, a public bath and free internet.
Featuring a restaurant and baths with views, Shigetsu Ryokan is next to Nakamise Street and a 5-minute walk from Asakusa Subway Station. The ryokan is only a 3-minute walk from Sensoji Temple.