Asakusa (浅草) is one of the “must visit spot” in when you are traveling in Tokyo.
The main hotspot area is Sensoji; a very popular Buddhist temple, built in the 7th century.
Meanwhile, The temple is also near Nakamise, a shopping street with a variety of traditional, local snacks and tourist souvenirs.
Things to do in Asakusa
1. Asakusa Tourist Culture Information Center
– Enjoy the cafe or observation deck at roof-top.
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* Eight-story center stands right across from the entrance to Sensoji Temple. In this place, you can get free wifi, grab a coffee, or even get guidance and support while sightseeing.
You may notice this “object”. Try to figure out what this is.
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2. Shopping in Asakusa
Hundreds of stores selling all kinds of souvenirs in Asakusa.
From a pen to a samurai sword or all kinds of Japan cool t-shirt. (The stalls don’t really allow price negotiations)
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