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Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

957 Reviews

Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center

957 Reviews
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This is the ideal pick for time-tight travelers wanting to discover lots of Tokyo’s highlights in a day. Avoid the potential confusion of Tokyo’s subway system, and travel comfortably in a private vehicle instead. Enjoy the flexibility of being able to pick a set itinerary, or customize your own. Potential attractions include Sensoji Temple, Shibuya Crossing, Tokyo Skytree building and much more.
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johnandlizb wrote a review Mar 2020
Leamington Spa, United Kingdom926 contributions343 helpful votes
There is a lift to get you to the 7th floor. The view is quite nice. We went up at night so everything was lit up and we could see the nearest large temple and the Tokyo tower as well. It's free, so what's not to like if you happen to be going past?!
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Date of experience: February 2020
wesleywaisiu wrote a review Mar 2020
Singapore, Singapore2,081 contributions31 helpful votes
Normally, people will just walk towards the Nakamise Shopping Street and miss the information center across the street. However, it's a good place to go when you are tired / hot. There is a cafe inside and the observation deck can have a very nice view of the whole area. Good for photographer.
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Date of experience: October 2019
PaulSiow wrote a review Feb 2020
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia2,708 contributions188 helpful votes
This tourist info centre is just opposite the main entrance leading to Sensoji temple. We bought our unlimited day pass from here. It was quite well stocked with brochures and well staffed. Go to the observation deck on the top floor to enjoy great views of Sensoji temple and the surroundings. Its free.
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Date of experience: March 2019
Kalleus wrote a review Feb 2020
Finland134 contributions30 helpful votes
Located near Asakusa metro station and Nakamise dori, this building will catch your eye with it's unique exterior design. Unfortunately, there was a big renovation going on when I visited so I didn't get to witness it in all its glory. When you walk in through the front doors, there's information desk with English speaking staff that can help you out. There are also many free brochures with information about the surrounding area. In my eyes the more interesting parts of the building are located in the top floor. There's a cafe and a free observation deck. The observation deck offers a 8th floor view of Nakamise street, Senso-ji temple & pagoda and also Tokyo Skytree on the other side. This tourist information center really stands out and the free observation deck comes in as a cool little bonus. Top floor is easily accessible via elevator.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Jason H wrote a review Dec 2019
139 contributions37 helpful votes
helpful information and brochures. there are guided tours run by volunteers that start here. highly recommended. bathroom is in the basement. on the 8th floor there is any observation area but view is just so so( but you can't expect much from just 8 floors up)
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Date of experience: December 2019