Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine

  • Address: 2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 111-0032, Japan, Tokyo

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Things to Know Before Visiting Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine

  • 0.21% of people who visit Tokyo include Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine in their plan

  • 46.03% of people start their Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine visit around 09 AM - 10 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr to see Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine

Monday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine

People normally club together Sensoji Temple and Ueno Park while planning their visit to Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine.

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Asakusa Shrine Senso Shrine, Tokyo Reviews

  • Asakusa Shrine is one of the temples that one must visit in Tokyo. It's truly an interesting place to visit and the experience is quite amazing. By visiting this place, you get experience of Japanese culture in a different way and enjoy the great environment around. It is well worth the trip to see such an ancient building.

  • A nice shrine next to Sensoji temple. There is a bit of a gap at the entrance, and the grounds are mostly gravel except the flagstone path. No ramp up to the main hall. However, you can still see most of the area in a wheelchair.

  • One of the most beatiful temple in Japan. Here, we can se the beuty of Japan culture and tradition

  • Really nice pleace. miss this pleace so much, may be next time I’ll be back

  • A good example of a traditional shrine in the Edo era part of Tokyo. Everything around here is styled around how things would have been way back when. The vendors offering hot, sweet rice wine are not to be passed by. Do give it a try, especially when it's cold! It's very sweet and warming. Different to sake of anything I've tasted before. The little moon cakes are red bean filled and are delicious. Made in an old style machine, which of course is part of the charm!

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