Asakusa Ameya (Candy)
About this sight
Asakusa Ameya is a candy store offering traditional Japanese candies and lollipops.
Naritaya is a Halal ramen restaurant located in Asakusa. A prayer room is located on the second floor.
Popular street behind Senso-ji temple with restaurants and souvenir shops.
Zenizuka Jizo Hall
Zenizuka Jizo Hall is a part of Senso-ji Temple, often visited by those who want to pray for their business to prosper.
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
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