you can find a lot of temple in japan. if you have a plan to visit kansai place, you don't need to visit here.
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If you like shopping and markets! This is visible on the Sky bus tour, but get off and look at the gates up close, even if markets aren't you're thing. The shops / markets have everything you could need to find. If you aren't interested...More
A shrine right beside senso-ji temple! Both are very well-preserved. The shrine is less crowded as compared to senso-ji and definitely worth visiting as well!
There are quite a lot of rickshaw pullers across the street for hire to take you or both of you for a guided rickshaw tour around the place. We were lucky enough to find one whoe spoke fluent English - a nice, handsome young lad...More
This was the first attraction we visited in Tokyo and it was really cool. There are a number of buildings and small gardens around the shrine. On top of that, the shrine area is surrounded by a maze of small shops and restaurants. This is...More
Aside from the Senso-ji temple, the Asakusa Shrine is the main centerpiece of the Asakusa District of Tokyo. Both pilgrims and tourist convene in this place for both spiritual and sightseeing.
Every tour group probably stops here. Lots of souvenir stands and snacks on the way to the shrine. Unfortunately the historical and religious significance feels diminished when you are sandwiched in with thousands of people. We just "went with the flow" and took advantage of...More
Asakusa shrine is a very huge shrine , and the area around this is full of shops, which are the main attractions . Visit the shrine in the morning and then look around the place.
This will definitely be featured in your Tokyo sightseeing tour. A place to explore and see Japanese culture and local foods. Historically temple and modern avenues. May be a tourist trap but absolutely busy, happening and great sight to behold.
This place partnered with Sensoji temple was so Japan. Culture trip at its best. Try to visit at night for a different experience when the lanterns are lit. The place can get really crowded as it is a destination for grade school field trip. The...More