Senso-ji Temple

Buddhist Temple and Historic Site
浅草, 東京
  • budi s.
    "cozy place 4 sight seeing and souvenir"(13 Tips)
    Amy G.
    "Beautiful temple compound and gardens in Asakusa."(6 Tips)
    Poomy K.
    "fortune stick and getting a charm"(7 Tips)
    Pio R.
    "Beautiful temple and gardens, but crowded with tourists."(4 Tips)
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  • Russell H.
    Russell HirschornAugust 9, 2015
    Must see in Tokyo. Amongst many other great sites with a market street in front. Get some tempura in this area.
  • Yuen Haw
    Yuen HawJune 11
    Try visiting at night when it is beautifully lit up and in the early morning. The shops will all be closed at those times but much less crowded and easier to get better photos.
  • Ondra S.
    Ondra S.August 23, 2015
    Very nice temple you shouldn't miss while in Tokyo.
  • Pio R.
    Pio Rasch-HalvorsenMarch 19, 2015
    Beautiful temple and gardens, but crowded with tourists.
  • Thailand Walker
    Thailand WalkerJanuary 18, 2013
    This is the one of famous tourism spot of Tokyo Japan. So many foreigners will be visited at there.
  • Joao V.
    Joao Veloso JrOctober 26, 2015
    Praise and peace
  • Priscilla Y.
    Priscilla YeoApril 18, 2013
    Remember to give the fortune stick container a good swirl before shaking a stick out or you will have a high or 100% chance to get the same fortune stick number as the previous devotee.
  • Cynthia Calzada (.
    An excellent place to buy gifts and to take a lot of pics!
  • Yusuf B.
    Yusuf BuğbulMarch 16, 2014
    It was only a couple of min walk away and took so many pictures in there, A great temple and market place along the street where you can buy some souvenirs for your friends...
  • Jessalynne P.
    Jessalynne PetersDecember 27, 2015
    It's beautiful, but crowded during peak hours. If crowds are an issue, go early in the morning.
  • Shane B.
    Shane BrownellMay 21, 2016
    Festivals here are amazing. Lots of street food. Try everything.
  • Joji H.
    Joji HiraoJanuary 20, 2010
    Been here 50+ times
    There is an Awashimado Hall in the edge of the site.It is dedicated to Awajima Myojin.The Awajima Myojin is assumed to be a god that there is miraculous efficacy in easy delivery and the child giving.
  • Amy G.
    Amy GraffApril 7, 2016
    Beautiful temple compound and gardens in Asakusa. Nice juxtaposition w. Tokyo Tower looming in the background. Very crowded with tourists.
  • Joshefo J.
    Joshefo JacquesNovember 4, 2016
    Visit the flee market at the main entrance.
  • Artyom F.
    Artyom FedosovJuly 26, 2016
    Overcrowded with tourists. Also they hosting huge festival Sanja Matsuri in the middle of May, it's three days of madness with two millions of religious people around, don't miss it.
  • Jesse J.
    Jesse JohnstonApril 18, 2016
    I was sad to learn that this building is a rebuilt model of the original, which was destroyed in WW2, but the architecture is still gorgeous and the tourist bits worthy of a visit on their own merit.
  • Ploypich C.
    The very nice temple and shopping along the way
  • nick B.
    nick BelmonteMay 25, 2015
    Very nice great place big and very old full of istory
  • Alessandro M.
    Alessandro MingioneApril 5, 2015
    A must visit in Tokyo! Great buildings, garden, and surrounding market.
  • Poomy K.
    Poomy KongwiwatpongNovember 26, 2014
    Shaking the fortune stick and getting a charm are highly recommended!!
  • Annie A.
    Annie AujJune 10, 2016
    Being closed from today until the end of June 2016
  • GifTgiiFT
    GifTgiiFTJanuary 2, 2015
    2nd time here🙏
  • Seng Hoong
    Seng HoongMarch 28
    currency the tall pagoda alike building is under renovation
  • ToryBurch
    ToryBurchMay 6, 2011
    Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple dates from the year 645. Just outside its Thunder Gate entrance is a bustling market where you can find anything.
  • Erika Bianca M.
    Erika Bianca MendozaSeptember 12, 2014
    shop for souvenirs near the temple
  • Flávia S.
    Flávia SatoSeptember 9, 2016
    Go early in the morning - the place is always packet with tourists and selfie sticks.
  • Joe D.
    Joe DSeptember 25, 2014
    Listen for the shaking noises and go to them. Pay ¥100 and grab your stick from the metal jar. Find your fortune card among the drawers
  • Zara
    ZaraApril 8, 2015
    Don't forget to miss the small garden with bridge, pond etc to the left of the main temple!
  • Maria N.
    Maria NilovaOctober 5, 2014
    Take a look at impressive gates and stare in awe at the shrine
  • Ron Z.
    Ron ZegersJanuary 1, 2015
    Come here on NYE to enjoy the hordes of people bringing a visit to the temple to donate money and ask for good luck. A lot of foodstalls on the surrounding premises.
  • Andy S.
    Andy SengJanuary 5, 2016
    One of my favourite place in Tokyo and love the street foods
  • Twisted
    TwistedApril 12, 2016
    Stunning. I'd recommend visiting the surrounding grounds as well, as they are just as beautiful.
  • Derek H.
    Derek HessNovember 30, 2016
    Must see temple in Tokyo. Nice to pick up some souvenirs.
  • Mark M.
    Mark McKennaMarch 8, 2016
    Oldest Temple in Tokyo, worth a visit, very touristy, but good local places to eat nearby
  • Jeff F.
    Jeff ForbesOctober 11, 2015
    I came late at night and it pretty quiet and certainly striking. Heard it can get busy in the daytime, though!
  • Carol
    CarolMay 19, 2016
    Super crowded with tourists, but a nice place to visit. Interesting to have such a huge temple in the middle of so many buildings.
  • Japan Culture Agency Inc. (JCA)
    Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple, where Tokugawa Ieyasu prayed for Victory, founded in 628.
  • Muhammad Syazwan A.
    Muhammad Syazwan AzmiJanuary 1, 2016
    Lawa lawa lawa
  • Kani カ.
    Fish market is the most population
  • Arifu
    ArifuSeptember 16, 2012
    Give donation and buddha bless you
  • Kate Y.
    Kate YanJanuary 5, 2016
    Tokyo’s most famous Buddhist temple.
  • Jai O.
    Jai OthmanJune 16, 2015
    U may buy souvenirs around this temple.. Or taking pictures while the Tokyo Skytree is far away on the background
  • budi s.
    budi santosaDecember 17, 2016
    cozy place 4 sight seeing and souvenir
  • Bibiana N.
    Lots of tourists but worth it. There are less crowded temples surrounding to take good pictures.
  • Zara
    ZaraFebruary 5, 2015
    Extremely crowded but good if you've not got a lot of time to spend in Tokyo. Can get a fortune inside the temple, which is sometimes partly closed for private ceremonies.
  • Jernej
    JernejOctober 31, 2014
    The most beautiful temple in Tokyo. Sometimes you can get on top of pagoda for a nicer view.
  • Joe L.
    Joe LiuSeptember 16, 2015
    Great temple, must see in Tokyo. The street outside of the front entrance is fun and lively as well
  • Justin S.
    Justin SearlsJuly 12, 2015
    Beautiful at night, and much more enjoyable on the less-busy weekdays
  • Jason H.
    Jason H.May 29, 2016
    Beautiful and amazing for the people watching!
  • ティム
    ティムJanuary 12, 2010
    Been here 50+ times
    Buy a "goshuin" (temple stamp book) for ~¥1000; at each temple you go to, go to the "souvenir" shop and ask them to stamp it. A fantastic way to remember your trip to Japan.
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