The Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center in Taito-ku, Tokyo was renovated and reopened in 2012, with an information counter, ticket sales, and foreign currency exchange on the 1st floor, an exhibition space on the 7th floor with panels showing viewpoints of the Tokyo Sky Tree, and a free admission area on the 8th floor.

On the 8th floor, there is a free observation terrace and the Asakusa Observation Cafe “Miharashiya” where you can enjoy Asakusa sundaes, ningyo-yaki shakes, and alcoholic beverages. In addition, there are computers available for information search and Wi-Fi access.

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Park Name Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center (Asakusa Bunkankanko Kanko Senta)
浅草文化観光センター
Park Address 2-18-9 Kaminarimon, Taito-ku, Tokyo
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Information counter, ticket sales, and foreign currency exchange are available on the 1st floor. The 8th floor observation terrace overlooking Tokyo Sky Tree is available free of charge. Asakusa sundaes and ningyo-yaki shakes can be enjoyed at the 8th floor Asakusa Observation Cafe “Miharashiya”.
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Multi-purpose space Computers for information search Exhibition space on the 7th floor
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The 8th floor observation terrace offers a panoramic view of the Tokyo Sky Tree, the Asahi Beer Azumabashi Headquarters Building, and the flame sculpture in the Super Dry Hall From the Kaminarimon intersection, also known as the viewpoint for the Tokyo Sky Tree, you can see the Kaminarimon gate and the Asakusa Culture and Tourism Center at the same time The 8th floor observation terrace overlooks Sensoji Temple, Kaminarimon, Nakamise, Asakusa Hanayashiki, and the Asakusa View Hotel.

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