Asakusa Ameya is a candy store offering traditional Japanese candies and lollipops.
The symbol of Asakusa, Sensoji Temple is known as the oldest temple in Tokyo, founded in 628 after two fishermen hauled up a small golden statue of Bodhisattva Kannon from the Sumida River and despite trying to get rid of it, it kept surfacing in their nets, s
Zenizuka Jizo Hall is a part of Senso-ji Temple, often visited by those who want to pray for their business to prosper.
Naritaya is a Halal ramen restaurant located in Asakusa. A prayer room is located on the second floor.
This is traditional Japanese abacus (soroban) specialty shop in Asakusa. Closed ever third Wednesday of the month.
This is a Shinto shrine that is famous for its Sanja Matsuri Festival held in May.
A copper statue of the 9th Danjuro Ichikawa(1838-1903), the famous kabuki actor. He is shown in the role depicting “Shibaraku”.
This kimono rental shop is located a 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station. For 4400 yen, visitors can book a set plan including a tea ceremony. For those interested only in the tea ceremony without kimono experience, the shop has an offer for 2700 yen. As prior
Opened in March 2012, Richmond Hotel Asakusa is a 3-minute walk to Sensoji Temple and boasts free Wi-Fi. Rooms come with a 40-inch LCD TV, and the Italian restaurant serves a breakfast buffet.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Super Hotel Asakusa offers accommodation in Tokyo. Guests can rent a bicycle for free to explore the surroundings. All rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle
Via Inn Asakusa is located in the cultural area of Asakusa, a 5-minute walk from Senso-ji Temple. It offers modern accommodation with a restaurant, massage services and rooms with free wired internet. WiFi access is available in a