Asakusa is in the Taito ward of Tokyo. Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. Asakusa is known for the traditional Japanese atmosphere. There are many souvenir shops and local restaurants.
Hanabi season is almost here and Tokyo will be filled with thousands of excited onlookers to catch one of the many amazing Tokyo Fireworks Festivals! You won't want to miss out on any of these amazing Tokyo Fireworks Festivals in 2018!
Have you ever wished for endless Ramen? Now is your chance if you visit Asakusa's Ramen Buffet Buta. This restaurant offers a half an hour of endless all-you-can-eat grub for just under 1000 yen. Get your grub on in Tokyo!
The Tokyo 360 Cruise will let you see Tokyo in a whole new way! Take the Tokyo Cruise 360 from Asakusa to Odaiba and catch the beautiful Tokyo Syline while cruising the Tokyo Bay.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Create your own wedding story with the help of destination wedding and engagement photographers from Famarry! Your bridal dreams are sure to come true at a wedding photo shoot in scenic Japan.
The image of the Japanese Kimono encompasses beauty, tradition and elegance. Kimono rentals offer admirers to take part in the beautiful kimono traditions and ceremonies. Get your kimono rental and be part of ancient Japanese past!
Booking a hotel or making a reservation are simple tasks made difficult when traveling to Japan. Fast Japan helps ease the pain of travels while offering recommendations for the best sight seeing spots and events in Japan!
The combination of vibrant flowers and jellyfish brings a mysterious exhibit to the Sumida Aquarium in Tokyo. Connected to the Tokyo Skytree, this aquarium always has interesting exhibits.
Located near Asakusa Station, Asakusa Mugitoro is uniquely Japanese. This popular restaurant has a great buffet lunch at a very affordable price. Sightseeing in Tokyo calls for good food.
Unusual animals cafes are getting more popular in Tokyo. Near Asakusa Station, come visit the Forest of Owl cafe. Meet some unique and cuddly owls in the middle of the city.
Kappabashi near Asakusa is for those who are looking for weird and wacky souvenirs. Check out the Ganso Shokuhin Sample Showroom to find fake food that looks just like the real thing.
Taiko Chaya near Asakusabashi Station has an awesome seafood buffet at lunch time. For a low price guests can dine on all-you-can eat seafood. If you are a seafood lover, this is a highly recommended restaurant.
In Asakusa on the Be a Ninja tour you'll be able to live out your childhood fantasies of being a ninja by joining in on the ninja tour! Have the time of your life with a group of friends while experiencing what being a ninja is like.
See the Pacman rickshaw light up the night in Asakusa. Don't forget your camera for this once in a lifetime experience. Be sure to sign up for your chance to ride in this crazy Pacman in 2016.
Wearing a kimono while walking through Asakusa will surely drawn attention. Rent a beautiful and traditional kimono from Iza Kimono Rental. Pair a beautiful kimono with a colorful obi and make great memories.
Asakusa is a popular tourist destination in Tokyo. Stay at a hotel that meets your needs and budget. Centrally located hotels in Asakusa could make a vacation even better.
There are many historic temples all throughout Japan. Every temple enshrines a different deity. Depending on the temple, there are different benefits. Many temples are World Heritage Sites.
The Tokyo Skytree Dream Christmas 2016 is a fun event for all ages. Enjoy the illuminations, the daily concerts, and the Christmas-themed Skytree. There is always something exciting at the Tokyo Skytree.
The popular children's anime Crayon Shin-chan is having it's 25th anniversary. For the event, there is going to be a themed cafe at the Tokyo Skytree Solamachi in Tokyo.
The PPAP Cafe is going to be opened for a limited time at the Tokyo Skytree in Japan during November. PPAP is a world-famous song sung by Pikotaro. The popularity of this comedic song exploded over night.
In Tokyo, there are many famous temples and shrines. They all have different events depending on the season. No need to travel all the way to Kyoto to see historic spots.
The Tokyo Skytree is a multi-purpose tower in Tokyo, Japan. Depending on the season, the color of the tower changes. There is always something to be celebrated when in Tokyo.
Illuminations in Tokyo are a popular event for couples and families. In 2016, the illuminations are going to be more elaborate than the previous years. LED lights inspire creative exhibits while various places try to out-do each other.
Tokyo is full of excitement and amusement parks. Amusement parks have rides and shows for all ages. Spend the day at an amusement park with your favorite characters.
Asakusa in Tokyo has many tourist spots. There are so many restaurants and it can be overwhelming. Asakusa offers different kinds of food that could please anyone.
Conveyor belt sushi restaurants are affordable and delicious. There are so many good sushi restaurants in Tokyo and here is 7 sushi restaurants you must visit.
Festivals in Japan are very unique. These festivals are all must see and must experience things in Tokyo. You’d be hard pressed to find a bad time at any of these festivals!
Asakusa has many things to do for the whole family. Walk through Sensoji Temple, eat traditional food, visit the Tokyo Skytree, and find a souvenir. Get a taste of traditional Japan.
Fake food can be found at almost every restaurant in Japan. Full sized fake food items are turned into mini replicas and sold as souvenirs. Craftsmen teach classes on how to make fake food.
Visit Sensoji Temple, eat like a sumo wrestler, and wear a traditional kimono. While walking along Nakamise Street there are many shops with traditional sweets. Eating while walking is half the fun.
Samurai, Ramen, Sushi, Lolita, Kanji, and traditional theatre. Those places are there for you to experience and feel Japan, to make your visit truly unforgettable!
Denbouin street in Asakusa is the perfect mix of modern Tokyo and old Edo Tokyo. You can find traditional shops and great restaurants that will leave a lasting impression.
Hamarikyu Gardens, Tokyo's secret beautiful traditional Japanese gardens, has been kept and preserved in between the skyscraper buildings. A superb contrast of the old meets new.
Haunted houses are one of the iconic summer attractions in Japan, mainly for the chilling effect you feel on your back in a cold sweat. Why don’t you make your way to the doors of Japanese haunted houses.
Recently, there are many clean and stylish Capsule Hotels developed in Tokyo. Capsule Hotel is smaller than the regular hotels but the price is so reasonable.
Asakusa Sensoji Temple is the oldest temple in Tokyo. This article will tell you 3 reasons why Asakusa Sensoji Temple is a must visit destination for tourists.