Where to find Asakusa's cultural highlights
Visitors have flocked to Asakusa for centuries to visit Sensoji temple and surrounding attractions. It’s one of Tokyo’s older, more traditional neighbourhoods and a popular place to stay, with a wide range of accommodation from traditional inns to modern hotels and hostels. Walk around Asakusa and discover temples, shrines, shops, craftspeople and food. Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of old Edo alongside those of modern Tokyo. Here are 10 places to explore, from well-known sights to hidden corners a little off the main tourist path.
Posted by Denise Stephens
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