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    Asakusa is the heart of Shitamachi, the quarter best-beloved of that fractious, gossipy, prodigal population called the Edokko, who trace their “Downtown” roots back at least three generations.

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    The Edokko are suckers for sentimentality and for ninjo; the web of small favors and kindness that bind them together.

    Sneeze in the middle of the night and your Edokko neighbor will demand the next morning that you take better care of yourself; stay home with a fever and she will be over by noon with a bowl of soup.

    An Edokko craftsman would rather lose a commission that takes any foolish talk from a customer who doesn’t know good work then he sees it.

    Edokko quarrel in a language all their own, an earthy local dialect as profane and expressive as Brooklynese.

    Ignore the proprieties- or offend the pride of an Edokko- and he will let you know about it in no uncertain terms; respect his sense of values and you make a friend for life.

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    • Akasaka Sacas
      7.00 Km from Asakusa
      akasaka Sacas (赤坂サカス, Akasaka Sakasu) is an area in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan, where the TBS Broadcasting Center and the site of the "Akasaka 5-chome TBS Development Project" stand.
    • Midtown Tower
      7.75 Km from Asakusa
      Midtown Tower (ミッドタウンタワー, Middotaun tawā) is a mixed-use skyscraper in Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo. Completed in 2007, it is the tallest of the six buildings within the Tokyo Midtown complex, at 248.1 meters (814 ft), and was the tallest office building in Tokyo until 2014. The building is home to numerous companies and The Ritz-Carlton, Tokyo.
    • 21 21 Design Sight
      7.79 Km from Asakusa
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    • Tokyo Midtown
      7.83 Km from Asakusa
      Tokyo Midtown (東京ミッドタウン, Tōkyō Middotaun) is a 569,000-square-meter (6.1 million sq ft) mixed-use development in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan. Completed in March 2007, the $3 billion (¥370 billion) project includes office, residential, commercial, hotel, and leisure space, and the new quarters of the Suntory Museum of Art. When completed, the Midtown Tower was the tallest building in Tokyo. The project site takes up 78,000 square meters (19.4 acres) previously occupied by the Japan Defense Agency in Ro...
    • Nihonryori Ryugin
      8.25 Km from Asakusa
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    • Roppongi Hills
      8.34 Km from Asakusa
      Roppongi Hills (六本木ヒルズ, Roppongi Hiruzu) is a New Urban Centre and one of Japan's largest integrated property developments, located in the Roppongi district of Minato, Tokyo. The architecture and use of the space is documented in the book Six Strata: Roppongi Hills Redefined. Constructed by building tycoon Minoru Mori, the mega-complex incorporates office space, apartments, shops, restaurants, cafés, movie theatres, a museum, a hotel, a major TV studio, an outdoor amphitheatre, and a few parks. ...
    • Roppongi Hills Mori Tower
      8.35 Km from Asakusa
      Roppongi Hills Mori Tower (六本木ヒルズ森タワー, Roppongi Hiruzu Mori Tawā) is a 54-story mixed-use skyscraper located in Roppongi, Minato, Tokyo. Completed in 2003 and named for builder Minoru Mori, it is the centerpiece of the Roppongi Hills urban development. It is currently the sixth-tallest building in Tokyo at 238 meters (781 ft). The tower has a floor space area of 379,408m squared (4,083,910 sq ft), making it one of the largest buildings in the world by this measure. The Mori Tower building is pri...
    • Jesus Lifehouse International Church
      9.07 Km from Asakusa
      Jesus Lifehouse International Church is a Pentecostal church associated with the Australian Christian Churches and part of the Hillsong Church network of Churches. It has churches located in Japan (Tokyo, Yokohama, Osaka, Sendai, Sapporo, Bali and Hong Kong. The churches senior pastors, Rod and Viv Plummer, began the church in 2002 in Tokyo with a team of 10 Australians and 1 Japanese couple. Currently over 1500 people attend Tokyo services with over 3000 people across all campuses. Jesus Lifeho...
    • Elsa Tower 55
      11.12 Km from Asakusa
      The Elsa Tower 55 (エルザタワー55, Eruza Tawā Fifutiifaibu) is a skyscraper located in Kawaguchi, Saitama Prefecture, Japan. Construction of the 186-metre, 55-storey skyscraper was finished in 1998.
    • Tokyo Disneyland Hotel
      11.13 Km from Asakusa
      The Tokyo Disneyland Hotel is the third Disney-brand hotel of the Tokyo Disney Resort. Also, it is the fourth Disneyland Hotel. It is located directly in front of the Tokyo Disneyland park with the Tokyo Disneyland station of the Disney Resort Line monorail system in between. The hotel was designed to reflect early 20th century Victorian architectural style, and to blend seamlessly with the World Bazaar area of Tokyo Disneyland, the monorail station and the main entrance area.

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    • Asakusa Kannon Temple
      Found in the heart of Asakusa, in turn is Sensoji (also known as the Asakusa Kannon temple).
      Asakusa Kannon Temple 2 Chome-3-61 Asakusa, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 111-0032, Japan
    • National Museum of Western Art
      You should not neglect the National Museum of Western Art. This is located on the east side of Ueno park; and outstanding collection of French Impressionist paintings, print and drawings, the gift of a wealthy businessman named Kojiro Matsukata.

      The building itself was designed by Le Corbusier; the Rodin sculptures in the courtyard- the Gate of Hell, the Thinker, and the magnificent Burghers of Calais-are authentic castings from the original molds.
      National Museum of Western Art 7-7 Uenokōen, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 110-0007, Japan
    • Tokyo National Museum

      No visitor here should miss the Tokyo National Museum, a complex of four building devoted to Japanese art and archaeology dating back to the prehistoric Jomon and Yayoi periods.

      Outstanding among the exhibits are Buddhist sculpture of the tenth-and 11th century Heian era, illustrated narrative scrolls form the 13th century Kamakura period, painting by the great Muromachi artist Sesshu. Also exhibited are woodblock prints by Katsushika Hokusai, Utamaro and Hiroshige who were Edo-period masters.

      Tokyo National Museum 13-9 Uenokōen, Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 110-8712, Japan
    • Ueno
      North of the city center, Ueno was chosen in 1628 by the Tokugawa Shugun Hidetaka as the site of a vast temple complex. Called Kan’eiji, it was established on the area’s one prominent hill to protect the capital from evil spirits. Kan’eiji was a seat of great power until 1868 when it became the battleground in the shogunate’s last stand against the imperial army and most of the buildings were destroyed.

      Subsequently, Ueno was turned into Tokyo’s first public park, endowed with all the preferred Western improvements: museums, concert halls, a library, a university of fine arts and a zoo. Undo Should be a stop on any visitor’s itinerary – especially if you happen to be here in mid- April, when the cherry blossoms in the park are glorious.
      Ueno, Taitō, Tokyo 110-0005, Japan
    • Kiyomizu Kannon-dō
      The Kiyomizu Kannon Hall, modeled after the larger and more famous Kiyomizu temple in Kyoto; registered as a National Treasure, this is one of the few buildings that survived the battle of 1868 intact, When this area called Ueno was the battleground in the shogunate’s last stand against the imperial army and most of the buildings were destroyed.
      Kiyomizu Kannon-dō 1-29 Uenokōen, 台東区 Taitō-ku, Tōkyō-to 110-0007, Japan
    • Tokyo International Forum
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      Tokyo International Forum 3 Chome-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 100-0005, Japan
    • Imperial Palace
      If Tokyo can be said to have any center at all, this is it. Today’s Imperial Palace is on the site of Edo castle, where the Tokugawa shogunate ruled Japan for 265 years; it was thereafter home to the emperors of the modern era.

      The palace was almost totally destroyed in the air raids of World War II, then rebuilt in ferroconcrete. This is the least interesting part of what was once the largest system of fortifications in the world, and in any case you can’t get in to see it.

      What you can see are the lovely grounds of the East Garden, the moat and massive stone ramparts, and those few examples of classic Japanese architecture – gates bridges armories, and watchtowers – that have survived since the 17th century.
      Imperial Palace 1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 100-8111, Japan
    • Ginza
      Tokyo’s best-known district is named after a silver mint originally located here. Once the epitome of ehic, Ginza has lost many of its smartest young shoppers to the fashion boutiques of districts like Omotesando and Daikanyama, but the area is still fascinating.
      Ginza, Chūō, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan
    • Yasukuni Shrine
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      Yasukuni Shrine 3 Chome-1-1 Kudankita, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to 102-8246, Japan
    • Hibiya Park
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      Hibiya Park 1 Hibiyakoen, 千代田区 Chiyoda, Tokyo 100-0012, Japan

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    Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
    Jan 3.3 50.7 37.9 20
    Feb 4 75.3 39.2 29.6
    Mar 7.2 108.1 45 42.6
    Apr 12.8 131.8 55 51.9
    May 17.2 143.3 63 56.4
    Jun 21 174.9 69.8 68.9
    Jul 25.2 143.2 77.4 56.4
    Aug 26.4 153.4 79.5 60.4
    Sep 22.7 227.7 72.9 89.6
    Oct 16.6 205.8 61.9 81
    Nov 11.1 97.9 52 38.5
    Dec 5.8 56.4 42.4 22.2

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