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  • Komagata Bridge

    Komagata Bridge

    This bright aqua-colored bridge spans the Sumida River. There are also photo spots where you can take pictures with Tokyo landmarks such as the Tokyo Sky Tree and the Asahi Breweries headquarters building.

    9 minutes on foot
  • Senso-ji Temple

    Senso-ji Temple

    This is the oldest temple in Tokyo, visited by 30 million people annually. The temple is full of attractions such as the Kaminarimon, a large lantern weighing 700 kg, a small incense burner to purify the body by bathing in smoke, and omikuji (fortune telling).

    10 minutes on foot
  • Nakamise Shopping Street

    Nakamise Shopping Street

    Lined with nearly 90 stores, it is an essential spot for buying unique Japanese souvenirs. It is a shopping street where you can feel the lively downtown atmosphere.

    10 minutes on foot
  • Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center

    Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center

    Located across from Kaminarimon, this tourist information center offers a free observation deck on the 8th floor from which visitors can enjoy a panoramic view of Asakusa's representative tourist attractions, including Kaminarimon and Nakamise-dori.

    10 minutes on foot
  • Asakusa Hanayashiki Amusement Park

    Asakusa Hanayashiki Amusement Park

    The oldest amusement park in Japan, the oldest roller coaster in Japan was built in 1953, and its retro attractions and facilities can be enjoyed by both children and adults.

    14 minutes on foot
  • Ueno Zoo

    Ueno Zoo

    As the first zoo in Japan, it has been loved for a long time since its opening in 1882. Visitors can see more than 500 species of animals, including pandas.

    13 minutes by train and on foot
  • Kappabashi Tool District

    Kappabashi Tool District

    A wholesale district located between Asakusa and Ueno. It is a place where you can find all kinds of cooking utensils, tableware, and other food-related tools, from the latest to the retro, from professional products to household items.

    11 minutes on foot
  • Ukiyoe Gallery Sakai Kokudo

    Ukiyoe Gallery Sakai Kokudo

    The museum's collection includes over 100,000 ukiyo-e prints, hanging scrolls, wall paintings, old book boxes, and modern prints, and the quality of the collection is still highly valued by experts, scholars, and connoisseurs from around the world.

    11 minutes on foot
  • The Original Food Sample Shop

    The Original Food Sample Shop

    A specialty store that sells samples that look just like the real thing, using craftsmen's skills and ideas. Visitors can actually try their hand at making food samples at the workshop.

    12 minutes on foot
  • Ueno Ameyoko Shopping Street

    Ueno Ameyoko Shopping Street

    Known affectionately as "Ameyoko," this shopping street is lined with more than 400 unique stores. Visitors can enjoy a taste of the deep world of Ameyoko, including confectionaries, delicacies from around the world, and super-cheap clothing stores.

    12 minutes by train and on foot
  • Coffee Shop Mountain

    Coffee Shop Mountain

    A coffee shop with a relaxed retro atmosphere established 50 years ago along Kaminarimon-dori in Asakusa. Light meals and desserts such as cream soda and parfait are popular.

    6 minutes on foot
  • Asakusa Yokomachi

    Asakusa Yokomachi

    With its eye-catching neon signs and lantern interior, this is a spot where you can enjoy Japanese festival culture and food culture together. It is a space where you can enjoy an extraordinary experience with gourmet food, kimono rental stores, and events.

    10 minutes on foot
  • Japanese Confectionery Kikuya

    Japanese Confectionery Kikuya

    A Japanese sweets shop selling traditional handmade Daifuku and Dango. You can enjoy additive-free Japanese sweets made with domestic ingredients. Please enjoy them for a short break while strolling around Asakusa.

    10 minutes on foot