Megurin

Enjoying Tokyo Shitamachi with Megurin East-West Route (Uguisudani Station)

Starting from Taito Ward Office, Megurin East-West Route (Ueno Park) runs counterclockwise Ueno Station, Uguisudani Station, Yanaka, Sendagi, Nezu, Shinobazu Pond. After returning to Taito Ward Office once, it runs clockwise in Ueno, Kappabashi Kitchen Town, Asakusa, Kuramae, and Shin-Okachimachi.
Megurin

Enjoying Tokyo Shitamachi with Megurin East-West Route (Ueno Park)

Starting from Taito Ward Office, Megurin East-West Route (Ueno Park) runs counterclockwise Ueno Station, Ueno Park, Yanaka, Sendagi, Shinobazu Pond. After returning to Taito Ward Office once, it runs clockwise in Ueno, Kappabashi Kitchen Town, Asakusa, Kuramae, and Shin-Okachimachi.
Megurin

Enjoying Tokyo Shitamachi with Megurin North Route (Asakusa)

Megurin North Route (Asakusa) runs counterclockwise in the northeastern part of Taito Ward, including Asakusa, Imado, Minowa, and Yoshiwara.
Megurin

Enjoying Tokyo Shitamachi with Megurin North-South Route

Megurin North-South Route runs clockwise in the major part of Taito Ward, including Asakusa, Kuramae, Asakusabashi, Ueno, Minowa, and Yoshiwara.
Shrines and Temples

Guide to Onoterusaki Shrine (Taito, Tokyo)

Onoterusaki Shrine is a Shinto shrine in Taito Ward, Tokyo. As it is dedicated to a god of scholarship and arts, this shrine is famous among those in the performing arts industry.
Shrines and Temples

Guide to Shitaya Shrine (Taito, Tokyo)

Shitaya Shrine is the oldest Inari shrine with about 1,300 years of history. This Shinto shrine is famous for its annual festival, which is the earliest summer festival in Tokyo.
Tokyo Shitamachi Tours

The Eight Lucky Gods of Tokyo Shitamachi

In Chuo Ward and Taito Ward of Tokyo, eight Shinto shrines are called the Eight Lucky Gods of Tokyo Shitamachi. You can expect eight various benefits when you worship them all.
Tokyo Shitamachi Tours

The Seven Lucky Gods of Asakusa

There are many Shinto shrines and Buddhist temples in the Asakusa area of Tokyo. Some of them enshrine the Seven Lucky Gods, and locals call nine of them the Seven Lucky Gods of Asakusa.
Shrines and Temples

Guide to Sensoji Temple (Taito, Tokyo)

Sensoji Temple in Asakusa of Tokyo is the oldest Buddhist temple in Tokyo. This article will introduce helpful information for you to visit this shrine.
Shrines and Temples

Guide to Asakusa Shrine (Taito, Tokyo)

We will introduce Asakusa Shrine in Asakusa of Toyo, which is also known as Sanja-sama. This article will introduce helpful information for you to visit this shrine.
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