Things to do in Asakusa

Asakusa is one of the famous tourist spots in Tokyo with an ancient history. Sensoji Temple was built in 645, and the area in front of its gates thrived. From those origins, it continued to thrive from the Edo Period as a shopping district.
Pass under the symbolic Kaminarimon Gate in Asakusa and go through the shops lining the approach (Nakamise), Sensoji Temple will be right in front of you. Around this downtown area, you will find an Hanayashiki Amusement Park and many inexpensive restaurants, cafes, and bars brimming with Japanese
Access from Narita and Haneda International Airports has become more convenient in recent years

Asakusa Area Guide

Asakusa Nadokoro Shichi Fukujin

Asakusa Nadokoro Shichi Fukujin―Pilgrimage for Luck Shichi Fukujin(aka the Seven Lucky Gods) are the gods that bring good fortune in Japanese...

Asakusa Guide Map in Tokyo