Tokyo Cruise offers reasonably priced rides aboard the suijō bus (water bus) under the 12 bridges up and down the Sumida-gawa and...
Taiko Drum Museum
More than 600 drums make up this collection, gathered from around the world, though only about 200 are available at any one time in the...
Once you’ve cooked in the hot indoor bath here, you’re ready for the real treat: the lovely, lantern-lit, rock-framed rotenburo ...
With a large window open to Sumida River, this cake shop with views serves coffee (from ¥630), tea (from ¥840) and lunches such as...
Irokawa serves some of the best, most beautifully-grilled unagi (eel) around. Try the unaju (broiled eel on rice). The restaurant has...
Komagata Dojō information
Lonely Planet review
The sixth-generation chef running this marvellous restaurant is continuing the tradition of transforming the humble river fish called dojō (Japanese loach, which looks something like a miniature eel) into various incarnations: from grilled to miso-simmered, to stewed on your own private hibachi. The open seating around wide, wooden planks heightens the traditional flavour.