The Sensō-ji temple precinct begins at this majestic gate, from which hangs an enormous chōchin (lantern). On either side are a pair of...
Taiko Drum Museum
There are hundreds of drums from around the world here, including several traditional Japanese taiko . The best part is that you can...
Unlike most sentō (public baths), the tubs here are filled with pure hot-spring water, naturally the colour of weak tea. Another treat...
Set in a 19th-century wooden warehouse that beat the 1923 earthquake and WWII, this wonderfully cosy space serves coffee, tea and, after...
Since 1801, Komagata Dojō has been simmering and stewing dojō (Japanese loach, which looks something like a miniature eel). Dojō-nabe ...
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.