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This is traditional Japanese abacus (soroban) specialty shop in Asakusa. Closed ever third Wednesday of the month.
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
Asakusa Jinja Shrine
This is a Shinto shrine that is famous for its Sanja Matsuri Festival held in May.
Asakusa Historical Museum
Bunko-ya Oozeki is a 85-year old leather good store that offers leather wallets and purses with intricate patterns that are all hand-painted.
Asakusa Ameya (Candy)
Asakusa Ameya is a candy store offering traditional Japanese candies and lollipops.
Super Hotel Asakusa
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Super Hotel Asakusa offers accommodation in Tokyo. Guests can rent a bicycle for free to explore the surroundings.
Via Inn Asakusa
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 serv
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-s
Khaosan Tokyo Origami
Located in central Asakusa, Khaosan Tokyo Origami is a 5-minute walk from iconic Kaminari-mon Gate and Senso-ji Temple. Open from October 2014, this hostel offe
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