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The neighbourhood of Asakusa has long been important to Tokyo's culture and at 6 kilometres to the northeast of the city can be an ideal base for your holiday to Japan's capital city.
The Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple are a few of the breathtaking iconic things to see that Tokyo has to offer.
The Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Asakusa Shrine are some things you could check out in the area around Asakusa.
Travellers can wake up near the Tokyo National Science Museum at numerous hotels, including the Annex Katsutaro Ryokan, Hotel Grand Palace, 1/3rd Residence Serviced Apartments Akihabara, KKR Hotel Tokyo and The Gate Hotel Asakusa Kaminarimon by Hulic.
There aren't many places more calm than the intricately detailed interior of a temple. Allow yourself some time to relax at Ryugenji Temple. The Sadachiyo and Lotte City Hotel Kinshicho are great if you'd like to kick your feet up nearby. Kofukuji Temple is a fountain of knowledge for visitors seeking to learn more about the roots of local culture and spirituality. Consider the Ryokan Kamogawa Asakusa and Residential Hotel B:CONTE Asakusa to be close to this site.
Keen on checking out the cafe scene in in Asakusa? Whether you're catching up with friends or just sitting back on a comfy chair with a hot drink, you can't go past Tsubakiya coffee shop Ueno tea aisle. Sightseeing certainly takes it out of you. Fortunately, Innsyoutei plates up delicious meals that'll be sure to satisfy even the most famished travellers. And of course, you haven't truly experienced Asakusa until you've downed a few drinks with the locals at the neighbourhood watering hole. Here, HOTEL GRAPHY NEZU is the place to be.
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Hotels in Asakusa start at AU$62 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.