・Matsuchiyama Shoden: This is a temple famous for health, good relations, and marital relations, and represents the prosperous business. Of the seven deities of good fortune, "Bishamonten", the god that gives good fortune and courage, is enshrined.
I・mado Shrine: This shrine is famous as the birthplace of Maneki Neko, and there are Maneki Neko everywhere! It is a shrine where many female worshipers have the luck of marriage. Among the seven deities of good fortune, the deity of good luck, property and health, "Fukurokuju" is enshrined.
・Hashibafudo-son: A small, simple temple where you can feel the beauty of the architectural style of the Edo period. Among the seven deities of good fortune, "Hotei-son", the deity of good fortune and good luck, is enshrined.
・Baigetsu: All the customers repeat to eat soba noodles here. It is a Soba restaurant, which has a traditional atmosphere loved by locals. In addition to soba, there are udon and rice bowls. Enjoy a Japanese meal.
・Yoshiwara Shrine: This is the only female god of the seven deities, that enshrines "Benzaiten". It is said to fulfill various wishes of women and is said to have particularly the luck for art and marriage.
・Otori Shrine: This is a shrine with a gorgeous and large rake, which is famous for holding the "Rooster Market" where the lucky rakes are sold. The symbol is the mask used in Japanese Noh, "Okame-san". Let's stroke the giant turtle! Among the seven deities of good fortune, the God of good health and longevity, the "Jurojin," is enshrined.
・Asakusa Shrine: Asakusa Shrine, which has a deep relationship with the famous sightseeing spot "Sensoji Temple", is dedicated to "Ebisu," which is one of the seven lucky deities of good fortune and good luck. This is the shrine that holds the three major festivals in Tokyo.
・Sensoji Temple: It is the oldest temple in Tokyo with a large red lantern that is a symbol of Asakusa. The beautiful vermillion landscape is spectacular and has become a famous tourist spot that most tourists visit here. On Nakamise-Dori, which leads to the main shrine, many souvenirs unique to Japan are on sale! Among the seven deities of good fortune, Daikokuten is enshrined at Sensoji Temple.
・Asakusa Nakamise Shopping Street: Let's walk the Nakamise Shopping Street, which is the busiest area in Asakusa. We will guide you through the recommended shops where you can buy souvenirs and eat famous local foods. Don't forget to take a photo near the Kaminarimon gate as well!