Enjoy an Edo period (1603-1868) experience, visiting Japanese gods.
Time-slip to 400 years ago, when people visited The Seven Gods of Fortune in Asakusa, to pray for good luck, seek fortune and good health. A tradition that remains popular among the Japanese to this day. At each shrine, collect unique stamps to mark your journey and create a personal souvenir. There is an old saying that if you visit all seven shrines, seven misfortunes will be eliminated and seven fortunes will be granted.
Later, take a stroll around the oldest shopping street in Japan where you can buy traditional Japanese craft items and get a taste of local food.
If you’re looking for a little bit of fortune and a tour around old-time Tokyo, this is the tour plan for you!
・Wander around Asakusa as if you have slipped back in time to the Edo period.
・Collect stamps and calligraphy, unique to each temple/shrine.
・This tour plan, visiting the seven temples/shrines, conveniently takes you right around Asakusa! Recommended for people who want to experience the old town vibe.
・Honryuin temple (Matsuchiyama Shoden)
・Amezaiku Ameshin (Candy sculpting)
・Asakusa Otori Shrine
・Fruit Parlor Goto
・Yasaki Inari Shrine
・Please come in comfortable clothing, as this tour involves a lot of walking.
・At the temples and shrines you visit, the custom is to pray first, before you collect your stamp.
The following expenses are not included in the tour fee. Please bring extra money to experience this tour to its fullest.
-Money for food, souvenirs and extra activities not mentioned in the explanation of the tour above.
Exit 1 of the Ginza Line (G19), Asakusa Station