Must Visit Places to Drop By in Asakusa Tokyo


Hello everyone!

There are plenty of nice photo spots that are perfect for walking with kimono in Asakusa!
Why not take a nice photo in the city of “Asakusa” which is popular not only for Japanese but also for foreign tourists?
The kimono matches well in the antique town of Asakusa ☆

Do not forget to wear kimono and walk around the city to make a wonderful memory by the end of this year!

Well then, we will introduce recommend some must -visit sightseeing places and photogenic Dressed up yourself in colorful and cute kimono in Asakusa which have the majestic of Showa Retro atmosphere \ (^ o ^)
Here we go ♪

Tourist Spots

■Sensoji Temple

If you are going to Asakusa, then it means you can not miss this one out ♪ ♪
Not to mention the famous “Kaminarimon” gate and Nakamise shopping street, we recommend you to take a stroll in “Denpouin” area too this time.

■Denpouin doori (Denpouin Street)
The “Denpouin” on the left side of the Takaraga gate has a garden designated for the scenic beauty of the country. There is also a five-storied pagoda, which is a perfect spot for photography with kimonos. And yes, this way is the correct direction if you are going to our Kimono Rental Wargo Asakusa store!


“Denpouin Street” is a shopping street of about 200 meters which crosses Nakamise street and passes in parallel with Shin Nakamise-street. Also with slightly different vibe from Nakamise-street, this place have a good feeling and atmosphere of “Edo” area ♪

There are lots of photogenic spots here. There are Edo style wooden signboards  (Nokigawara · Noshigawara), Entrance lantern (Jiguchi Andon) etc, there are many spot that you should take photo with! The atmosphere of Edo is exciting!

Moreover, it is located in front of eyes of the kimono rental Asakusa store, it is possible to say that it is the first shooting spot when you have prepared and be dressed in kimono!
Let’s take many nice picture and share it to everyone \ (^ o ^) /

■Sumidagawa (Sumida River)

As you walk from Kaminarimon gate in Sensoji Temple towards Sky Tree, there is “Azumabashi” bridge which takes place on the Sumida River. From there You can see Asahi Beer Tower’s “Fram doll (French language for gold flame)” and Sky Tree from across the river! You can also go to the river with a yakatabune, houseboat that is shooting with flashy lights, and you can see a crossover train running in the distance.

Because it is becoming a promenade along the Sumida River, please find your favorite photograph spot carefully while traveling ♪

Asakusa’s Popular Gourmet and Foods

■Asakusa Menchi

This shop is so near with Kimono rental wargo Tokyo Asakusa store!
Asakusa Menchi is perfect for snacks when you are hungry ☆
The menu is only for 200 yen
Popular between teenage girls in the prime of eating freshly fried menchikatsu ♪
The red logo is also cute and it is definitely good to try!

*note: This food is from meat and not halal marked so we do not recommend this for muslim or vegetarian customers.

· Address: 2-3-3 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
· Telephone number: 03-6231-6629
· Opening hours: [Monday – Sunday] 10: 00 ~ 19: 00
· No regular holiday

■Asakusa Kagetsudo
Meron-pan (Melon bread) of Kagetsudo boasts the highest ranking in Asakusa’s gourmet ranking. The famous Jumbo Melon-pan (200 yen) is bigger than baby’s face!
Because it is big and has volume, it is perfect for a snack on the evening.

*note: Please refer the ingredients contents when you are buying this snacks for your conveniences!

· Address: 7-13 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
· Phone number: 03-3847-5251
· Opening hours: 10: 00 ~ 16: 50 (Closed 17: 00)
· No regular holiday


■Asakusa Naniwa-ya

Naniwa-ya is a place where whoever can enjoy Japanese style sweets, with taste typical of Asakusa. It seems that Taiyaki here is made of natural product. It is burned carefully using a special iron plate that can only be made one by one.
Because of that, it is distinctive that firepower differs from ordinary Taiyaki, and the skin becomes crisp. Asakusa is the only place to taste it! ! !

· Address: 2-12-4 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
· Telephone number: 03-3842-0988
· Opening hours: 10: 00 ~ 19: 00
· No regular holiday

■Miharashi Cafe

From Asakusa Station’s front “Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center” you can reach this place in a few minutes by walk, “Miharashi Cafe”, which is located alongside 8F
It is an open spot where you can see Sensoji Temple and Nakamise Street!
Recommended cafe to take a rest with your kimono stroll ^^

Cute cream soda seems to be famous!
Various drinking also comes out at night, so please drop in by all means ♪

· Address: 2-18 – 9 Kaminarimon, Taito Ward, Tokyo, Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center 8F
· Phone number: 03-3842-5566
· Opening hours: 10: 00-20: 00
· No regular holiday


How was it? Apart from what we introduced this time, there are still a lots of must-visit and photogenic spots perfect for kimono in Asakusa!

Kimono rental wargo Tokyo Asakusa store is very convenient for sightseeing and only 3 minutes on foot from the temple! Please come to our store when you are going to visit Tokyo ~


Reservation for kimono rental is here ♪


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Must Visit Places to Drop By in Asakusa Tokyo
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Must Visit Places to Drop By in Asakusa Tokyo


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