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Visited,and prayed for a safe trip before travelling in Tokyo.
Beautiful, but extremely crowded.
Suggest to come here in the early morning to avoid the crowd
Packed with tourists but still navigable. Good spot to grab some souvenirs.
Great place but REALLY crowded. Love the decoration but unfortunately we didn't spend long time here since too many people and we could barely move around.
Nice spot to visit
It' better to visit morning. At the afternoon the market is closed
Praise and peace
I came late at night and it pretty quiet and certainly striking. Heard it can get busy in the daytime, though!
Holy over-commercialized Batman.
Beautiful huge temple that is unfortunately the most turistic one in Tokyo so you prepare for hordes of people
Eat, pray, love.. All in under one alley! Dont miss melon bun!
Great temple, must see in Tokyo. The street outside of the front entrance is fun and lively as well
An excellent place to buy gifts and to take a lot of pics!
Very nice temple you shouldn't miss while in Tokyo.
So beautiful, beautiful shops, you couldn't go home without visit it!
Must see in Tokyo. Amongst many other great sites with a market street in front. Get some tempura in this area.
Don't miss the sutra chanting at 6.30am, 10am & 2pm.
Oldest Temple in japan.
Beautiful at night, and much more enjoyable on the less-busy weekdays
U may buy souvenirs around this temple.. Or taking pictures while the Tokyo Skytree is far away on the background
Oldest temple in Tokyo and the symbol of Akasuka. Don't miss it during your visit
Very nice great place big and very old full of istory
Don't forget to miss the small garden with bridge, pond etc to the left of the main temple!
A must visit in Tokyo! Great buildings, garden, and surrounding market.
Beautiful temple and gardens, but crowded with tourists.
Impressive but very crowded with tourists. Lovely lighting at night!
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.
Here, you can see visitors fan the smoke from the incense burner towards themselves. This is because the smoke is believed to have healing properties
Rinse your left hand. Rinse your right hand. Pour water into your left hand and rinse your mouth. Rinse the dipper
Get your Omikuji Fortune Told
Is a must for new comer in Tokyo 😊
2nd time here🙏
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.
Cant eat on the street, you should finish your food in front of the store
Good place to connect to one's heritage and past
Good shooting spot. It's interesting to watch people pray and explore the different parts of the temple.
Shaking the fortune stick and getting a charm are highly recommended!!
The most beautiful temple in Tokyo. Sometimes you can get on top of pagoda for a nicer view.
Definitely walk around and try out all the snacks
Take a look at impressive gates and stare in awe at the shrine
if you're looking for cheap souvenirs, the marketplace in front of Sensō-ji has got everything you need.
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
shop for souvenirs near the temple
One of the least favourite temples I've seen. Over crowded, but there are some touristy markets. Great view on top of the tourist center building.
Came here at 7:30 and all the old shops nearby were already closed. Come early!
Lots of things to do during the day; but try hanging out at the vicinity before the shops close, and come at night to see the beautiful lighting of both less crowded Senso-ji and the Sky Tree afar.