The 250-meter-long approach leading to Senjo-ji Temple is known as Nakamise Street.

The Nakamise shopping street at Sensoji Temple in Asakusa, Tokyo, has a total of 89 stores, 54 on the east side and 35 on the west side, including souvenir shops, sweet shops, costume shops and stretches for about 250 meters.

Various famous stores and long-established stalls line the street, where visitors can enjoy delicious Ningyo-yaki (doll pancakes), yokans (sweet bean curd), Kaminari-okoshi (thunder dumplings), and other delicacies.

The Famous Stalls Along The Street Leading To Sensoji Temple In Asakusa Tokyo
The Famous Stalls Along The Street Leading To Sensoji Temple In Asakusa Tokyo


nameNakamise Street
business hoursDepends on the store
business holidayDepends on the store
LocationAsakusa Nakamise-dori, Taito-ku, Tokyo
telephone number03-3844-3350(Nakamise Shopping Center Promotion Association)


Tokyo Metro Asakusa Station Exit 1→1 min. walk.
Toei Subway Asakusa Station, Exit A4 → 2 min. walk.
Tsukuba Express Asakusa Station→10 min. walk.


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