Asakusa is the center of Tokyo’s low city, one of Tokyo’s districts, where an atmosphere of the Tokyo of past decades.
There are temples, Souvenir shops, Japanes and Suitese sphops in Asakusa.
You can be exposed to traditional Japanese culture.
The Nakamise street.
Sensoji is a very popular Buddhist temple in Tokyo.
This is where we do the praying.
Bow a little,throw in the money and put your palms together.
Close your eyes, and make your wish.
It’s said that putting this smoke on yourself will heal that part of your body.
You can pick up a fortune paper.
Let’s see what our fortune is for the year!
First, put a 100 yen coin into the slot.
Now shake the box gently until one stick comes out.
You gat one.
Check the number on the stick and find the matching drawer.
Take out one piece of paper.
This is your fortune! Good fortune!
If you get an unlucky fortune, you should tie it onto here.
You should tie it like this.
A souvenir shop.
Maneki-nekos（Fortune Cats） keychains.
Japanese tradional masks.
Anime masks and Japanese lanterns.
You can eat fresh senbei.
He is making senbei.
it’s ready to eat. 100 yen a piece.
■ Asakusa Infomation
< Opening Hours>
OPEN : 8:00
CLOSE : 19:00
*Open year round
< Access >
2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
< Near station >
Asakusa Station(Tokyo Metro)
< Route form Asakusa Station(Tokyo Metor) >
Leave Asakusa station by the Sensoji Temple -Exit No.1-
Turn right at the Exit.
You’ll find the”Kaminarimon（雷門）” on the Right.
There is the Asakusa Culture & Tourist Information center.
It’s across the street from Kaminarimon.