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Shin Nakamise Shopping Street, Taito
(3.9/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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  • Asakusa Nakamise Arcade, confectionery, restaurant, and other items such as grocery stores, convenience stores, cafes ☕ etc, are good to walk while watching both sides and plenty of shops.
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  • Always only the foreigner in Japan depending, it seems. I'm always passing the Ningyo-Yaki and I bought. Squeeze well to eating out. When approaching the Senso-ji Temple, no longer at hand (laughs)
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  • Covered shopping street - totally weatherproof. We were there in winter so it provided for a great respite from the windchill, except at places where there was 'openings' to side streets. Loads of sho...  more »
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  • I feel every city has one of these, and nowadays it's more for tourists but that doesn't make it any less fun. It's a good place to buy some souvenirs and enjoy some street snacks.
  • If you are planning to bring tons of souvenirs from Tokyo for friends and family this is one of the places you want to visit (you gonna go to Senso-ji anyway,so...). Daruma-San, T-shirts, fake sushi key-chains, chopsticks deluxe, koinobori, sensu...you name it. You will also find some food stalls to eat some Taiyaki, ice cream and other sweets.
  • Part of the larger Asakusa Shrine , this place got loads of smaller shops and restaurants well worth your time and money if you want to escape the more touristy place of Asakusa.
  • The main entrance of the Senso-ji temple. Along this street you'll find lots of local street food and omiyage (souvenirs). Worth the visit.
  • It's a huge tourist spot, but still a fun place to go in Tokyo. The walkway is filled with shops selling traditional Japanese style things, and there are a lot of interesting sights and sounds.