Guide - See / Do - Asakusa


Explore the vibrant and buzzy neighbourhood of Asakusa
Opening Hours 10am - 8pm

Asakusa is a vibrant and buzzy neighbourhood; especially for sightseeing and authentic Japanese food. Sensoji Temple - one of the most famous shrines in Tokyo - attracts visitors from all over, to pray for fortune. Families and couples come hand in hand to appreciate the absolute beauty of the shrine. Visit Ueno Izayaka-machi afterwards for some gourmet food for the cherry on the top.

Transport Asaku Station (Ginza Line and Toei Asakusa Line)

1. Enjoy a memorable rickshaw ride tour through the Asakusa district, one of Tokyo’s most picturesque neighbourhoods.

2. Masks, wigs, costumes and hats! Here you can find every prop you need to turn yourself into an old-fashioned rickshaw driver.

3. You can find casual food stalls on the street, where you can enjoy a glass of wine and some refreshments.

4. Rent a kimono for some fun photos with a friend, or use the vendor’s 20-minute photo shoot services.

5. Before visiting the temple, you will walk through an exciting shopping street where you can buy all your souvenirs in one go.

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