The Best Souvenirs and Food at Nakamise Dori

by Christian Monson

More souvenirs?

If for some bizarre reason you didn’t find what you were looking for on Nakamise Dori, there are plenty more places to find souvenirs in Asakusa. One popular place is the Nishi Sando promenade just left of the temple and technically owned by it. It’s about 100 meters long, indoors, and a good go-to for Sensoji memorabilia. Many department stores in the area also sell souvenirs along with other items including the Asakusa Don Quijote and Kappabashi Kitchen Town.

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