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"Im living in japan , I can recommend you to visit Asakusa , Shibuya, Harajuku if you have only one full day."  See More

"I located myself in Asakusa and I believe when searching for hostels, there are a cluster in that area."  See More

"In the daytime, you can go Asakusa area which has famous temple and close to the Tokyo Skytree."  See More

"finally, head to Asakusa for a beautiful shrine and also a large market area."  See More

"Below is a list of areas and places that are totally worth shopping: Marunouchi Ginza Akihabara Shinjuku Shinjuku Station Tokyo Station Harajuku Shibuya Shibuya Station Omotesando Omotesando Hills Asakusa"  See More

"If you plan to spend a day in Asakusa at any point in your trip, do get some of the best Tonkatsu in the world from a small restaurant called Yutakacho, and then grab a few dorayakis for dessert from Kamejyu!"  See More

"I always visit Asakusa in my previous trips to Tokyo."  See More

"Days 1-2 Tokyo - Asakusa (Temple), Ryogoku (Edo Musuem) & Kappabashi Shopping (Kitchen Town), Akihabara (electric town) but also stop at Artisan centre and walk to maach ecute 神田万世橋 N3331, then Harajuku & Omotesando area Meijijngu and the Nezu Museum as well as people watching."  See More

"Tokyo - Sushi breakfast at 7am at the Tsukiji Fish Market - if you want to catch the famous early morning tuna auction I recommend starting to queue at 3am at the latest as they only let 2 batches of 30 people in; Go people watching at Harajuku; Visit Sensoji Temple in Asakusa and then explore the markets nearby which also have great food and crowds."  See More

"We stayed in Asakusa, which is a bit further from the city center, but has a lot of great history and interesting things to see."  See More

"You have a looooooot to see and do in Tokyo, I would spend 1 week in getting to know the different neighborhoods like Asakusa Decks OdaibaYokohama Ginza Shibuya Shinjuku Akihabara Roppongi and the other week I would visit some of the great cities near by like Kamakura Nikko and Kyoto !"  See More

"In Tokyo, I would go to Asakusa for it's famous temple there."  See More

"For shrines and temples, you would probably want to try the Asakusa district."  See More

"Hi Christie, There are 2 ways. 1. JR East If you'd like to go to Big terminal stations, Tokyo Station,Ikebukuro Station,Shinagawa Station, Shinjuku Station, Shibuya Station, use JR East. !"  See More

"You can go to Asakusa from Hamarikyu garden by water bus."  See More

"I highly recommend Tokyo Ueno Touganeya Hotel since you mentioned that you might visit the Tsukiji Fish Market - it's on the same general side as the fish market, as well as Akihabara, Asakusa, Tokyo Sky Tree and Ginza."  See More

"We explored Harajuku (go on a Sunday to see all the teens wearing their crazy cosplay outfits), Omotesandō, the above neighborhoods, the Imperial Palace gardens, Akihabara, Ueno Park, Roppongi Hills , Asakusa (to see the Sensoji Temple) for the first 3 days, then we took day trips to Tokyo Disneyland (the next door Tokyo Disney Sea is a more interesting park, which we visited this time around) and Nikko."  See More

"You can hop on a train to Kamakura for a day trip to experience an old Japan or go to Asakusa to do the same."  See More

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