A Must-Try When in Asakusa! 3 Delicious Gourmet Foods in Asakusa!

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From the many restaurants in Asakusa, let us introduce you to three top picks recommended by the GTN staff! Immerse yourself in Japanese cuisine and enjoy your dining experience in Asakusa!

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  Have you ever visited Asakusa, a renowned tourist destination in Japan, and felt overwhelmed by the countless dining options available?

Or perhaps you're someone who always struggles with decision-making and would love some recommendations?

Well, we've got great news for you!

In this article, we'll be sharing the top restaurant recommendations from the GTN Airport Garden staff for your visit to Asakusa.

You can easily stop by these restaurants while exploring Asakusa, so if there's a particular dish or cuisine you've been curious about, now's your chance to give it a go! 

Let's kick off our tour of Asakusa at the Kaminarimon gate!

Once you pass through the Kaminarimon, you'll find yourself on Nakamise-dori Street, a bustling shopping street.

Continue straight along this street, and you'll spot Asakusa Meidai Ramen Yoroiya on your right.

This ramen shop is highly popular among locals and visitors alike.

When it comes to ramen spots in Asakusa, this is the one to try!

 If you're a ramen lover, you can't miss it!

This place serves amazing Shoyu Ramen made with carefully selected ingredients that they've been perfecting over the years.

They also have an option for vegetarians called Japanese-style Vegan Ramen, which is a hit among international tourists.

Don't forget to pair it with their homemade Dai Gyoza (big dumplings)!  

Asakusa Famous Ramen Yoroiya

1-36-7 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032

Access: 5-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Ginza Line,

1-minute walk from Sensoji Temple

Business Hours: 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM *Last order taken 30 minutes before closing


Experience the Unique Flavors of Asakusa! Don't Miss the Sizzling Monjayaki!

Indulge in the renowned specialty of Asakusa - piping hot Monjayaki!

Among the many Monjayaki restaurants in the area, we highly recommend Kaisen Monjaemon!

At Kaisen Monjaemon, you can treat yourself to delectable monjayaki and okonomiyaki dishes packed with an abundance of seafood.

Monjayaki might not be familiar to first-time visitors to Japan, but it has a long-standing history in Tokyo.

Don't worry if you're new to this dish or unsure about the cooking process.

Kaisen Monjaemon offers an English menu and their attentive staff will prepare it right in front of you.

Take the opportunity to savor the flavors of monjayaki at Kaisen Monjaemon and see what you think!

Kaisen Monjaemon 

1st & 2nd floor, Kujakudo Building, 1-17-10 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

Access: 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Ginza Line

Business Hours: Monday to Friday: 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

                          Saturday, Sunday, and Holidays: 10:30 AM - 11:00 PM


A Relaxed Spot to Savor Mouthwatering Eel Dishes!

While eels are often enjoyed on special occasions in Japan, Unatoto is a restaurant that offers a casual experience to savor these delectable delicacies. Unatoto is a popular restaurant in Japan where you can enjoy affordable, quick, and delicious unagi.

Nadai Unatoto Asakusa

1-5-2 Hanakawado, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0033

Access: 3-minute walk from Asakusa Station on the Ginza Line

Business Hours: 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM *Last order taken 30 minutes before closing


After satisfying your taste buds...

After enjoying the delicious cuisine, why not pay a visit to the Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center? It's a fantastic spot with an observatory where you can take in the breathtaking view of Asakusa at a glance!

Alternatively, take a leisurely stroll at the nearby Sumida Park and admire the magnificent Sky Tree, just a few steps away.

We hope you have a great time sightseeing in Asakusa and trying the delicious food when you come to Tokyo!

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