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TOKYOAsakusa

Known as a place of celebration for its vibrant
and colorful festivals held throughout the year,
Asakusa is the perfect location for this store,
stocked with products meant to bring energy and vibrancy to your life.

Address
1-33-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032
Hours
10:00〜19:30 (Mon-Sun)
Tel
03-5246-4097
Access
A 6-minute walk from Asakusa station on the Tokyo Metro and Tobu Railway, Exit 6

What’s nearby

  • 浅草寺
    Senso-ji Temple

    5 minutes on foot from the shop

    The grand temple of Senso-ji is the bright red heart of Tokyo’s downtown. Step underneath the giant lantern at Thunder Gate and make your way up the vibrant and bustling Nakamise-dori. Tip: The Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center offers a fantastic view of the temple entrance from above.
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  • 東京スカイツリー
    Tokyo Sky Tree

    20 minutes on foot from the shop

    Tokyo’s bold new tower – the tallest in the world – has become a familiar beacon in the night skyline. You can’t, and shouldn’t, miss this.
    GOOGLE MAP

  • 雷門
    Kaminarimon

    5 minutes on foot from the shop

    Tokyo’s iconic red gate and gigantic lantern is known as Thunder Gate, protected by the god of wind and thunder. Did you know that the lantern is 3.3 meters in diameter and weighs over 700kg?
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  • 仲見世どおり
    Nakamise-dori

    1 minutes on foot from the shop

    One of the city’s most famous streets, this long marketplace lined with shops selling a vibrant array of traditional souvenirs and sweets leads all the way to the main hall of Sensoji Temple. What many people don’t know is that the shops’ shutters are each painted with a scene from a Japanese festival. Stay past sunset to see these secret artworks.
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  • すみだ水族館
    Sumida Aquarium

    20 minutes on foot from the shop

    This modern aquarium brings together culture and nature, combining Edo-themed artwork with a unique showcase of ocean animals at the top of Tokyo Solamachi – a shopping and entertainment complex surrounding the iconic Tokyo Skytree.
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  • 浅草文化観光センター
    Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center

    3 minutes on foot from the shop

    A well-equipped information center, run by multilingual staff who can give you info on all you need to know about traveling in Asakusa and the surrounding area. Money exchange, restrooms and other services available. Plus, the building houses one of the city’s best-kept secrets: an unparalleled view of Nakamise-dori and Sensoji Temple from above.
    GOOGLE MAP

  • 人力車
    Rickshaw

    Don’t miss this unique opportunity to travel Edo-style in a handdrawn cart. The rickshaw drivers are also experts on the area, and offer tons of information as they pull you around (without stopping for breath!)

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