The Sensō-ji temple precinct begins at this majestic gate, from which hangs an enormous chōchin (lantern). On either side are a pair of...
Tokyo Cruise offers reasonably priced rides aboard the suijō bus (water bus) under the 12 bridges up and down the Sumida-gawa and...
With a large window open to Sumida River, this cake shop with views serves coffee (from ¥630), tea (from ¥840) and lunches such as...
Namiki Yabu Soba
A wooden wall and a small garden enclose this venerable buckwheat-noodle shop. When you walk in, staff singing out the orders is one of...
2-6-11 Kaminarimon · interesting places nearby
This tiny restaurant has a real old Edo flavour and is one of the best, unpretentious unagi (eel) restaurants in town. The menu is simple: a ‘small’ gets you two slices of charcoal-grilled eel over rice, a ‘large’ gets you three. The chef grills everything right behind the counter. Look for the light-green building with plants out front.