Here is a list of must-visit delicious local cafes in Asakusa. You'll fall in love with each of them for different reasons and will probably end up visiting again... and again!
Asakusa is one of the most famous places to visit for foreign visitors. After seeing Sensouji and if you happen to be hungry, these places are the ones to taste Japanese desserts.
Unagi Irokawa in Asakusa is an eel restaurant that you'll surely enjoy! The eel is unbelievably plump and juicy and the atmosphere is the quaintest there is.
Here is a list of some of the best Halal restaurants in Asakusa. The list includes ramen, sushi, shabu shabu and more! You're bound to find something that you like.
Looking for a place with a nice atmosphere to have some good izakaya food for cheap in Asakusa? Tsubohachi is definitely worth considering! They have great skewers, grilled fish, karaage, and super spicy dishes too.
Arguably one of the best sushi bars in Tokyo is Sushi Isshin in Asakusa. It boasts a Michelin star! The sushi chef has a special way of making his rice and the toppings are always incredibly fresh.
Asakusa is filled with awesome ramen shops. Among those, 'Asakusa Ramen Yoroiya' is perhaps the most famous in the area. The shop is beloved by locals and tourists alike and often has a line stretching out the door. We went to try the 'Futago Tamago Ramen,' which features a rare egg with two yolks!