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A city that retains the atmosphere of ancient Edo Period
and the traditional foods and craftsmanship.

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Asakusa is a traditional downtown retaining the atmosphere of ancient Edo. With Senso-ji temple, the landmark of Asakusa at the center, you can enjoy the popular entertainments including rakugo (comic story) and kodan (story-telling) in Rokku area, atmospheric Denpoin-dori street with the traditional Edo craftsmanship and miscellaneous goods shops, and well-established traditional "Edo-gourmet" restaurants including sushi, unagi (eels), tempura and soba (Japanese noodles). You can never miss the opportunity to take a rickshaw ride. While driving around the famous places throughout Asakusa, the puller will give you a detailed tourist guide. The charge is not very cheap (starting from 3,000 JPY), but it will definitely give you good memories of Asakusa.


    Asakusa station
    1-1-3, Asakusa, Taito-ku,Tokyo

    Access from major landmarks

    From Tokyo station to Kanda station
    ・Two minutes (via JR Yamanote Line or Keihin-Tohoku Line)
    From Kanda station to Asakusa station
    ・Ten minutes (via Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)

    Attractions near Asakusa


    SAVOR JAPAN merged with Cozy Japan, a travel information site on November 28, 2017.

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