This subtemple of Sensō-ji dates to the late 17th century. The deity enshrined here is a guardian of women and the temple is the site of...
On the grounds of Sensō-ji, this 53m-high five-storey pagoda is a 1973 reconstruction of a pagoda built by Tokugawa Iemitsu. The current...
Traditional Crafts Museum
Asakusa has a long artisan tradition and changing exhibitions of local crafts – such as Edo-kiriko (cut glass) – are on display here....
Run by a wild gang of local hippies, 'Cuzn is the kind of bar where anything can happen: a barbecue, a jam session or all-night karaoke,...
Along the street popularly known as Hoppy-dōri – ‘Hoppy’ is a cheap malt beverage – food vendors set out stools and tables for customers...
2-28-1 Asakusa · interesting places nearby
Japan's oldest amusement park has creaky old carnival rides and heaps of vintage charm. Once you're inside, you can buy tickets for rides (which cost a few hundred yen each). A haunted-house attraction here allegedly housed a real ghost that is said to still appear on the grounds.