Culture, History, and Good Fortunes

1-38-1 Asakusa, Tokyo 10:00~6:00


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Enjoy Tokyo with Craft Beer and Chikuwa

Asakusa is the center of Tokyo`s Shitamachi district, an area with a rich history, atmosphere, and blessings of good fortunes. It offers some of Tokyo`s most interesting and insightful cultural, historical, and culinary experiences. Compact and rich in history and atmosphere, Asakusa allows you to explore on foot and make wonderful personal discoveries.

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asakusa chikuwa


Freshly grilled Chikuwa, ground white fish on a bamboo stick, is a wonderful snack to have on your exploration of the historic Asakusa area of Tokyo. The rich and subtle flavors are loved by the young and old in Japan. Chikuwa is a wonderful accent to a stroll around the area.

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Japan`s Award Winning Craft Beer

The Suzuhiro shop in Asakusa also has the award winning Hakone Pilsner Beer on tap and a wide selection of fine bottled brews and seasonal selections. Hakone beer`s pilsner has been awarded First Place at the International Beer Award, 2016 Japan`s Brewer`s Cup, and the Asian Beer Cup. Enrich a walk around the historic Asakusa district with a refreshing taste of Japan`s finest craft brews.

The Good Fortune of Asakusa

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The "Good Fortune" Chikuwa is only found in Asakusa. After finishing your Chikuwa be sure to check what is written on your stick. On your bamboo Chikuwa stick is a fortune and even a chance to receive a gift!

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In keeping with the theme of Sensoji Temple, there are a number of products and traditions that call "Good Fortune" into your lives. The Maneki Neko is a traditional belief that the paw waving cat is calling good fortune into your life.

japanese bells tokyo

The Asakusa Suzuhiro store is lined with beautiful and rare bells. Bells are called "Suzu" in Japanese and make up the first character of Suzuhiro. It is said that the chimes from bells ward off evil spirits. The rare collection of bells represent our desire for everyone to enjoy and prosper in their lives.

Visit Asakusa

A 2 min walk West from Kaminarimon-Gate