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Asakusa

Asakusa is located on the fringe of central Tokyo in the Taito district and is famous for its collection of unique temples and festivals. For much of the 20th century Asakusa was a primary entertainment district in Tokyo, but heavy allied bombing during WWII decimated the area and shifted entertainment to other districts. Now Asakusa contains more buildings from the 1950’s and 1960’s than any other area of Tokyo, including traditional Ryokan homes and Buddhist temples like Senso-ji Temple, which is the oldest in the city. This colourful neighbourhood is also home to Tokyo’s oldest Geisha district. ... Read more »

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  • Visit Asakusa in May for the Sanja Festival, one of the great Shinto festivals in Tokyo, where the streets are shut down for lively events from dawn until late in the night.
  • Enjoy the rides at Hanayashiki, a small amusement park in Asakusa that is the oldest in Tokyo and features an array of small rides and street food.
  • Take a night cruise down the Sumida River, where the lights of the stunning Tokyo skyline make the night come alive.

Getting There

Tokyo features some of the world’s fastest and most efficient public transportation and the Asakusa neighbourhood is well connected to it. The Asakusa station acts as the central hub in the area and is served by the Ginza Subway Line, the Asakusa Subway Line and Tobu Railways. There is a direct shuttle from Narita Airport for those who arrive to the area by plane. This neighbourhood has a dense maze of small streets flanked by interesting sights on all sides, perfect to explore on foot, so that the unique atmosphere can be fully absorbed.

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Kikuya Ryokan Tokyo
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2-18-9 Nishi-Asakusa Taito-ku 111-0035

The Kikuya Ryokan a traditionally Japanese-styled structure is an ideal base for Tokyo sightseeing where you will expe... More hotel details

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Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu Tokyo
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5.0
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1-31-11 Asakusa Taito-ku Tokyo 111-0032

Encompassing a grand new era of style and sophistication, the Ryokan Asakusa Shigetsu Tokyo offers luxurious accommoda... More hotel details

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Blue Wave Inn Asakusa
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4.1
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2-33-7 Taitou Ku Asakusa Tokyo 111-0032

Offering superior service and comfort in an intimate and welcoming environment, the Blue Wave Inn Asakusa is just the ... More hotel details

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Chisun Inn Asakusa Tokyo
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4.0
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1-4-17 Komagata Taito Ku Tokyo 111-0043

Offering a good location and comfortable accommodation, the Chisun Inn Asakusa Tokyo invites all type of guests for a ... More hotel details

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