So lovely place that you can enjoy both day time & night time with different atmosphere. I always go there every time that I come to Japan
asakusa is very beautiful and you can easily spend the day there getting lost in all those little alleys. at the exits of the subway, there are some tuctuc who can take you on a tour (time and length according to the price). they are very funny and chatty. it's a little expensive but it's a different way of getting to know the neighborhood as they know a lot and speak pretty well English (even French for one). they'll be happy to answer any questions and they know many things about the place. asakusa is very close to the temple shrine which is majestic. as it is very touristic, there will be a lot of people but if you go early there will be less. you can buy a lot of souvenirs there and there are also a few petting zoo. don't expect too much though. you pay the entrance fee for most and need to pay extra to feed an animal, hold an owl or cuddle with a hedgehog. you can ask beforehand though.
A must stopover for those first timer but pre-warned,. avoid weekend. it's a touch of the old and new. One would be able to see, some wearing the traditional kimono, trishaw puller, some traditional snacks and most importantly the old structures. love the atmosphere, the layout is selfie worthy and a taste of variety of snacks. a good blend of cultural, religion and culinary.
One of Tokyo's must-see tourist attractions is temples, pavilions, bridges, rivers and colorful fish and towers. After walking from Leimen to pray, you can sit on a nearby stone terrace and rest to see people in beautiful kimonos. It's also a different kind of aesthetic feeling.
The bustling Edo-era wine houses and light sake travelers and quiet and beautiful streets in the shallow grass-covered Edo Era are the first to see Japan in a messy and quiet place, but they are not bored. Btw regrets that it is useless to learn Japanese and English well.
Shallow grass is a must-miss scenic spot in Tokyo. The fragrant temples and the busy shopping streets at their doors form a perfect combination of cultural experience and shopping fun one-stop experience. Zhongshitong is the busiest shopping street. It sells many folk arts and crafts, as well as special products. Hanging ornaments with the letters of Shallow Gray Thunder Gate are undoubtedly the most popular souvenirs.
Taste a shallow straw cake. Mianji Noodle is a centuries-old MianLao store founded in 1913. It is also called "the three houses of MianLao" together with Kanda Noodle and Ikeda Noodle. It is known as the 5-star noodle in the urban area of Tokyo. The people of Tokyo like this shop very much. When we went there, there were already two people in line. Eating method is exquisite. After eating, we should pour the soup in the pot into a small bowl and drink it together.
A beutiful place to visit day and night. Easily accessible and loads to do around the temple.
You can see the buildings influenced by Chinese traditional culture in Shallow Cao Temple. There are many snacks around Shallow Cao Temple, such as human-shaped burning, wipe tea ice cream. You can also write down your wish cards and ask for a defense in Shallow Cao Temple.