Always crowded but still a must if you are in Tokyo. Close to the temple and with dozen of shopping places. I will spend more time there next time in Tokyo!.
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lovely shrine to visit. beautiful. clean. lovely at night when lit up we went early morning due to jet lag and hardly anyone there, so peaceful and quiet
Very crowded but also very interesting as it is still a religious place. Must be seen if you are in Tokyo...and it's all free.
a chance to get a taste of Japan, great little souvenir street to go with it. Must visit when visiting Japan
A supposed to be solemn shrine but packed by so many visitors situated right after the Sensoji Temple and beside the Dempoin. The shrine (a Shinto) honors the 3 men who founded Sensoji (primarily Buddhist). Visitors come to this shrine to pray and make wishes,...More
So perfect. Before getting here you'll cross a lot of shops. Souvenirs, food, kimonos and so on. Then you get to the famous shrine. Make your prayers and keep on moving.
Our japanese friend booked for us an hotel 10minutes by foot from the Asakusa Shrine in order to enjoy it and its surroundings by day (nice but crowded) and night (perfect light, nobody) ... it was perfect at both time ... a must in Tokyo...More
Located next to Senso-ji temple, Asakusa jinja is famous for Sanja Matsuri festival in May. 三社祭で有名な浅草神社は、浅草寺の隣にあります。 よく混同されるのですが、こちらが神社なので、お参りのやり方を間違えないように（笑）
Asakusa Shrine is but one of many building you will see at the Senso-ji Temple. Please see my review of Senso-ji for directions and information. Looking at the main worship hall, Asakusa Shrine will be to your right and set back a bit. It is...More