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Enjoyable route in Ueno and Asakusa

Takes 3-4 hours

This route is great for visitors who are more familiar with the Ueno area. It involves walking to Asakusa, which is a short distance from Ueno.
There are many interesting stops along the road from Ueno to Asakusa. With an astounding number of shops along the street, your enjoyment will grow as you view the difference between each shop.
On your way to Asakusa, the view of Tokyo Skytree will always be with you. The view of the illuminated Tokyo Skytree after the sunset is particularly amazing.

01. Ueno Station
Ueno Station

01. Ueno Station

The Ueno Station building has everything from cafes to souvenir shops. Some shops open early in the morning that it is a great place to grab some breakfast.
This convenient terminal station is a worthy place to start your sightseeing adventure in Tokyo.
Address: 7 Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: Open year round *Hours depend on the first and last scheduled trains
Distance from hotel: 8 minutes

8 minutes on foot
02. Shitaya Shrine
Shitaya Shrine

02. Shitaya Shrine

The Shitaya Shrine is one of Tokyo's leading spiritual spots, locally known as "power spots. "For those who collects "goshuin", which the stamps are given by shrines and temples, you can collect and enjoy the fox stamp to your collection.
Address: 3-29-8 Higashiueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: 9:00-16:00
Distance from hotel: 10 minutes

13 minutes on foot
03. Kappabashi Kitchen Town
Kappabashi Kitchen Town

03. Kappabashi Kitchen Town

This street features rows of stores selling varieties of tableware and cutlery. There are so many different types and styles which will make your hand to reach out and touch it. It's fun by just looking at the colorful toys too.
Address: 3-18-2 Matsugaya, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: May vary with store
Distance from hotel: 10 minutes

16 minutes on foot
04. Komagata-bashi Bridge
Komagata-bashi Bridge

04. Komagata-bashi Bridge

This large blue bridge was built in prewar era. And it is a popular photo spot for its great view of the Tokyo Skytree.
Address: 2-1 Raimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: Open year round
Distance from hotel: 26 minutes

10 minutes on foot
05. Asakusa Kaminarimon and Sensoji Temple
Asakusa Kaminarimon and Sensoji Temple

05. Asakusa Kaminarimon and Sensoji Temple

In addition to its historical shrines and temples, a walk around the Asakusa area reveals a large number of nostalgic stores.
If you are visiting Asakusa, we also suggest to try out "okonomi-yaki" or "monja-yaki", two unique Japanese foods cooked on an iron plate.
Address: 2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo
Business hours: 6:00-17:00
Distance from hotel: 19 minutes

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