What to Expect
1.Tsukiji Fish Market: At the world-famous wholesale fish market, you can enjoy good seafood and its vibrant atmosphere of the professionals.
2.Hama-rikyu garden: Strolling around the traditional Japanese garden with scenic beauty, you are greeted with sea breeze and lovely flowers. You can enjoy Japanese ‘macha (powdered green tea)’ and sweet at the tea house (extra 510～720yen).
3. Water Bus Ride: One-hour river cruise to Asakusa. You’ll be mesmerized by the changing views from the bayside area up to Asakusa passing under 14 bridges.! It’s an enjoyable alternative to trains or subways.
4. Asakusa Sensoji: The oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo with the famous ‘Kaminarimon (Thunder Gate), the outer gate with a huge red lantern. Nakamise, a 250m pedestrian approach to the temple is also the oldest shopping street. Asakusa has been a popular visiting, entertainment place for centuries. I’d be more than happy to share my views and answer your questions about its history, local food, souvenirs, or whatever comes into your sight!