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  • in this video, I'm gonna show you guys my top 10 things to do in Asakusa.

  • KUSA has one of the oldest temples in Tokyo and is like one of the prime spots for tourists.

  • Come in this video, I'm gonna walk.

  • You glanced through my top 10 favorite spots ago that you definitely have to check out when you come here.

  • All right?

  • I'm so excited.

  • Let's go do this.

  • Number one street food at Naka Naka Misa has some killer street food with more history than my chrome browser.

  • There's 89 source here that leads to send So, Ji, this is where you want to go if you want to have three food or seven is also known as it's only 10 o'clock in the morning but there's already so many people So I generally try to avoid this place because I just get so claustrophobic.

  • But this will probably be your first stop when coming here.

  • But it shouldn't be the last one of my must eat foods isn't key.

  • Be dango from Azuma that keep dango is made with freshness and even today they make it the same way as it was during the Edo period green tea and it comes in a paper bag.

  • We have the TV dunk, A look at that.

  • It's still warm.

  • Emojis so good just coming off.

  • And for my one, Gashi lovers, I recommend spotting up Kikkan pseudo.

  • This is our game under.

  • This is the most popular sweets, and they have.

  • There is a fried dessert.

  • Check that out.

  • It's so pink.

  • Interesting texture.

  • It almost tastes like Tim Plural that tastes like that when you take the first bite.

  • Then when you get inside, it's actually like sweet red bean paste, and it's leaving like a little bit salty when you like, you buy it.

  • Delicious.

  • This is Chico Dive, and it's a seasonal dessert at the store because they only want to use a Japanese strawberries.

  • Oh, that is sensational.

  • It's just juicy.

  • When I took that first bite just escorted out, And once you done filling up your food budget, take a James Harden, step back and watch the food crossing.

  • Goto work on his sweets like Bruno Mars to his dance number two san.

  • So Ji Senso ji is a mainland market Asakusa.

  • The first thing you see is that Comey, not Eamonn gate with a god of thunder to the left and the god of wind to the right.

  • Interesting fact.

  • The huge lantern in the middle was donated by Panasonic hashtag not sponsored.

  • And this behind me a sand.

  • So Gee, this is the oldest temple here in Tokyo.

  • I just love architecture.

  • It's just so recon old school.

  • All right, so this is all me cookie cause 100 yen and you could get your fortune.

  • So you have to match that symbol.

  • You lied on the stick with one of these boxes.

  • That was a few judo just 96.

  • All right, here's my fortune.

  • I got one of the vets fortunes, but if you got a bad fortune, you can tie it over there and it pretty much means that you're asking the God to help you with a bad fortune.

  • And there's actually multiple strains that you can check out here just before you rock up to send so g you'll see kudos and this guy is supposed to help you heal, so wherever you touch, it's gonna help you heal yourself.

  • Let's heal everything.

  • And to the west of Senso ji, you'll find some more dope shines.

  • This is you, Goto Hall.

  • There's actually 12 different gods to worship, and each one is a sign to your birth year.

  • So when you go inside, you have to find your particular God to worship Pretty cool.

  • And you can check out goji Noto.

  • And this is always even though the guardian of women and today is actually Buddha's birthday.

  • And like all the big birthday parties, all the women rock up with a stylish crane has to celebrate the Flower Festival Panama City.

  • So one little tip for you guys when you're walking back from Senso Ji, right there is a knuckle me say Main Street.

  • But when you're walking back, then you what you want to do is walk on the back street.

  • This is a factory that has a lot of cool stuff.

  • And then there's like, more stuff down these show 10 guys number three came on a rental.

  • This is war go.

  • It's a kimono rental place.

  • You could actually rent a kimono and walk around Asakusa, and they have so much variety.

  • But don't worry.

  • If you don't want to go to this place, there's a lot of them in Asakusa.

  • Look at all the different choices The package use includes everything from sandals to hair accessories.

  • So no worries unless you want extras.

  • Also, these places do get You were busy, so best to make your reservations so you can get no hassle Gay, Sean.

  • So the basic rate her kimono rental is about 3 to 4000.

  • But if you start going wild and doing a bunch of different options and it's gonna cost you a little bit more number four side streets If Senso Ji is ahead of us a kusa the side streets are the heart and soul.

  • Check it out.

  • You'll feel like you.

  • Marty McFly lied to the Ito world.

  • There's so many fastening streets in this area, and one of the most well known streets is Dempo in Dottie and on the local tip, if you're looking for authentic souvenirs, I recommend spending more time here than at Naka music.

  • Hey, just a little tip for you guys and this street right here has some pretty cool shutter.

  • Are this store's closed right now, But at night, all of the stores close and all of them have the shutters down, and they're just really, really cool art.

  • And this street is I lit up and there's barely anyone here Definitely worth checking out when you can.

  • I'm here at night just behind.

  • So, Ji, you'll find this Sando show 10 guy Ah, wooden floor shopping street.

  • You can find some decent commanders and some good eats here.

  • They even have whole food here.

  • Also, there's an orange street.

  • Obviously, because the road is orange, Sinochem is for more seven years.

  • Oh, Susie s tree forgets what?

  • Sushi restaurants and the ton more Number five Sumita Park.

  • And this is Samina Park.

  • It's an awesome place to just hang out and chill.

  • Just check out this view.

  • You have Tokyo sky tree and you have the sight building which looks like a golden turd.

  • What people don't know about it's actually supposed to be a golden flame.

  • It's right by the water so you can watch the boats go by.

  • Or you can just, like, sit at one of the park benches here and just have a drink or have a snack during cherry blossom season.

  • This is one of the places to definitely go.

  • And there's Azuma Bucky that goes right over Sumita River.

  • So relaxing your peaceful number six moons a lunch when I come to Asakusa Die Kitty is my local money.

  • Can't get more local than this.

  • And my favorite is a men Taeko special.

  • Look at that, then Taeko.

  • And they're just one home meant I go be so cheese, more cheese in here, Really nice of other places.

  • It's kind of away from the tourist spots, so there's only locals.

  • All right now it's all chopped up and raise ago.

  • You make a little hole, right?

  • Like this bed with you.

  • Oh, no, completely mess it up.

  • But, I mean, you probably mess it up too well, I don't know, but, you know, it's like it's still good.

  • Look, she is so well, Let's try that person.

  • This is kind of like a snack.

  • Origin of okonomiyaki looks kind of like Mama really did the men cycle So that super dashi and it's marinated, so you actually don't really hear the sauce with this.

  • It's like, really, really good, just as it is.

  • And what's nice about this place is they haven't Englishmen you, not the but it actually has all of the basics, which is nice.

  • They also have other tip on Lenny's today I threw down on some garlic butter.

  • Well yaki Soba number seven Asahi Beer with a view You move And this is Asahi building right where that golden turd is What a lot of people don't know is that you can go up into the building and check out this awesome view while having a cold asahi beer.

  • Let's do that now.

  • We just made it to the 22nd floor of the psyche building Come by right And you can see San.

  • So Jie Yu concedes to meet a par it can see Samina River and you could even see Skyped just over there.

  • Can life get any better than this?

  • Number eight Hoppy Street This is Hoppy Dorie.

  • It has a whole bunch of little easy, Kaya, where people come here even starting during the day and start to get their wasti face on.

  • This used to be a place for locals, but over time it's been overrun by tourists.

  • So come here.

  • You're not gonna feel too out of place because there will be some tourists around this When if you don't drink, then you could just get some food.

  • But definitely all place we're drinking.

  • Number 900 Shiki Amusement Park.

  • It's the oldest amusement park in Japan.

  • It's like a small, dizzy land here in Asakusa.

  • Well, maybe exaggerated by saying a little dizzy land.

  • Let's go inside and check it out.

  • I don't need Thio, so I'm inside and it's like, pretty crowded for a Sunday Look how many people are just all around.

  • It's 1000 yen to get in, which is pretty reasonable.

  • Rides cost extra, but it was only about another 1000 yen to get on three rides.

  • Don't mind if I do.

  • Pretty badass.

  • We have the ugliest ship in the whole entire lot.

  • It's like one of those chips.

  • But Ben, this is awesome.

  • Look right there.

  • Sky dream.

  • So on a weekend, the line is about 30 to 40 minutes long.

  • Check out behind me, but on the weekdays, it's actually not that busy.

  • Number 10.

  • All you can eat and drink boat ride a cart.

  • The brunette you cut.

  • The bunny is a Japanese style boat where you can enjoy a traditional Japanese dinner while taking in an epic view of the city.

  • If you want to check out a simple riverboat ride.

  • Check out Tokyo Cruise.

  • This behind me is a yukata.

  • Funny, you can actually get on the boat behind me and write it up the river.

  • I'm gonna do a separate video just on this, so wait for it in the next video and it's going to go to the ends and outs of the whole entire experience.

  • But now let's just do a short clip back In the days of high rank, samurais and rich merchants used to party it up in these luxury boats on Sumita River.

  • So now you know how to party like a samurai.

  • There's a wide variety of cruise companies and different meal pens with and without all you can eat and drink.

  • One I'm running today is me.

  • Say you can easily bored at the dock next to Azuma bushy.

  • Look at all this food.

  • We have a way.

  • You have the Adam mommy, we have appetizers and even the sushi.

  • So one of the things about this is that when you get on one of the issues that bony riots, when you make the reservation, you have to specify what kind of deal you want.

  • They have very expensive and very low cost meals.

  • At the same time, our team is about 8000 yen, and we also got all you can drink plan, which includes beer.

  • The best part is they serve sizzling hot import one after another throughout the entire meal.

  • Definitely not good for those on a diet.

  • It's simply amazing.

  • And when it gets dark outside, they turned on the lights so you can sit back and enjoy the city nights looking behind me and sky tree.

  • So beautiful.