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Tokyo, 22 Jan.

Sensoji Temple

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Sensōji is the oldest temple in Tokyo, and more than 30 million tourists a year pass under the huge red lanterns hung at the Kaminari (Thunder) Gate, which have become a well-known icon. Nakamise, the lane leading up to the temple, is lined with tiny shops and always jammed with people, and the beautiful five-storied pagoda is also a popular attraction. Worshippers visit Sensoji to pray to the Asakusa Kannon deity, which is said to be enshrined here.


Tokyo (Narita) to Sensoji Temple, Tokyo

    1. Narita Airport

      45 min

      2,500 yen

    2. Ueno Station

      5 min

      200 yen

    3. Asakusa Station

      • Walk

      5 min

    4. Sensoji Temple

      2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo


All listed travel times and costs are approximate.