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  • xtin08
    Cebu City, Philippines67 contributions
    Always worth the visit. This place is very far from our place in Yokohama, but it is always a very good idea to visit Asakusa. Lots of things to see and do. Lots of souvenirs to shop. :-)
    Written May 24, 2022
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  • Dr D
    Husborne Crawley, UK11 contributions
    We were a bit naïve to think the cherry blossoms would be around during our visit. They were not. So it pays to do your homework to find out exactly when they might flower, how long they might flower for, and to also give the tree's some grace period incase they flower too early or too late.
    Written July 8, 2022
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  • Diana B
    Mesa, AZ2 contributions
    Great overview of Japanese history. Worth visiting. Doesn’t take long to walk through, but can take as long as you want. I enjoyed the displays of Kimonos and armor.
    Written May 31, 2022
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  • Chirpy
    Los Angeles, CA189 contributions
    Well preserved. Beautiful. Inspiring. Nice walk among the shrines. People making offerings and praying. Surrounded by a bustling city, it’s a respite to rest here and take in the experience.
    Written June 19, 2022
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  • Erkki N
    Finland872 contributions
    This is a huge museum one could spend an entire day in. We did not have that much time so we had to focus on selected areas such as Nature of Japan and fossils found there. The exhibition is presented beautifully and the house itself is a piece of architecture adding to the experience much like the Natural history museum of London. There is a blue whale model here, too, but you can see it outside the museum. We visited mid-October on a weekday and there were no queues to slow us down.
    Written August 9, 2020
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  • PaulSiow
    Petaling Jaya, Malaysia2,731 contributions
    Ueno is a good base for exploring Tokyo. Ueno station is a major station and Ueno park is very popular, especially for cherry blossoms viewing. Plenty of food and shopping in this area.
    Written February 28, 2020
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  • Dr D
    Husborne Crawley, UK11 contributions
    We were a bit disappointed as we visited this place to see Van Goh's sunflower exhibition. Sadly it was sold out. So i would recommend that you check the ticket situation out prior to setting out to this place. However, we still went in and there was plenty of other interesting things to see.
    Written July 8, 2022
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  • TassieTripping
    Hobart, Australia546 contributions
    Almost a kilometre long, this street is lined on both sides by shops both small and large selling catering supplies including tableware, utensils and appliances and sample food. There is a English diagram that shows every shop and type of products for sale which you can get from some shops. Easy to spend a long time here depending on what you’re interested in. Staff were very helpful.
    Written August 31, 2020
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  • shahrul79
    Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia220 contributions
    it is located just opposite the main entrance leading to Sensoji temple. a good place to start as you can get some information on the ground floor and get a nice view from the 8th floor. can see the main shopping street as well as sky tree from up there. there is a small cafe serving tea/coffee and cakes. good place also to use the restroom before exploring other parts of Asakusa. the train station also in just just across the street.
    Written November 24, 2020
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  • Ruangsak R
    Bangkok, Thailand393 contributions
    this place is famous for tourists to come for eating and shopping street. you can find everything from here. it like as china town of Tokyo. but the price of goods, you need to check. some times it is not cheapest price you can get it, but if you don't mind, it is ok. if you like shopping and eating, i suggest to stay here but if you stay other areas, you need to spare time for 3-5 hours to walk around.
    Written May 13, 2020
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  • mintchocolatecake
    Jakarta, Indonesia64 contributions
    To reach the Sensoji Temple we will have to pass this shopping street. Souvenirs, knick knacks, snacks and everything. The street is crowded but still interesting to look around.
    Written March 30, 2020
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  • SeeMoreLiveMore
    Singapore, Singapore526 contributions
    I was visiting Ueno Park and discovered one of the museums here - this one - was having an Edvard Munch exhibition. Paid for a rather expensive ticket, went to the exhibition and thoroughly enjoyed myself. Not sure about the regular exhibits as I did not visit them.
    Written December 24, 2018
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  • Eva Maria N
    Holly Springs, NC168 contributions
    An easy walk from the Nippori Station, this famous street is filled with many interesting crafts and art, restaurants and plenty shops to choose from. There are various minor temples along the street, lots of interesting buildings that reflect the old and traditional aspects of Japan. Do walk towards the highest part, right before the stairs, and enjoy a beautiful sunset.
    Written January 10, 2020
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  • Della G
    Coquitlam, Canada808 contributions
    The entry to this extension of the Tokyo National Museum was included in the fee. It is well worth a visit to the Heiseikan if you have enough time and energy. The main museum took up a good portion of our time, so we only did a cursory tour of the Heiseikan.. Lots of interesting archaeological findings and exhibits. Would need a return visit to appreciate the Heiseikan displays more.
    Written May 14, 2020
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  • RaoulJean
    Tokyo, Japan530 contributions
    The museum recreates a shimatachi street during Edo period; great learning experience; and short enough not to get overwhelmed....
    Written July 23, 2021
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