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    • Higashi-Ueno 3Higashi-Ueno 3Higashi-Ueno 3 Higashi-Ueno 2Higashi-Ueno 2Higashi-Ueno 2 Moto-Asakusa 2Moto-Asakusa 2Moto-Asakusa 2 Moto-Asakusa 1Moto-Asakusa 1Moto-Asakusa 1 Matsugaya 1Matsugaya 1Matsugaya 1 Moto-Asakusa 4Moto-Asakusa 4Moto-Asakusa 4 Misuji 2Misuji 2Misuji 2 Misuji 1Misuji 1Misuji 1 Kojima 2Kojima 2Kojima 2 Kojima 1Kojima 1Kojima 1 TTaito 4aito 4Taito 4 TTaito 3aito 3Taito 3 TTaito 2aito 2Taito 2 TTorigoe 1origoe 1Torigoe 1 TTorigoe 2origoe 2Torigoe 2 Asakusabashi 5Asakusabashi 5Asakusabashi 5 Asakusabashi 3Asakusabashi 3Asakusabashi 3 Asakusabashi 2Asakusabashi 2Asakusabashi 2 TTaito 1aito 1Taito 1 Kanda-izumi-chouKanda-izumi-chouKanda-izumi-chou Asakusabashi 4Asakusabashi 4Asakusabashi 4 Asakusabashi 1Asakusabashi 1Asakusabashi 1 YYanagibashi 1anagibashi 1Yanagibashi 1 YYanagibashi 2anagibashi 2Yanagibashi 2 Kuramae 1Kuramae 1Kuramae 1 Kuramae 2Kuramae 2Kuramae 2 YYokoami 2okoami 2Yokoami 2 Kuramae 3Kuramae 3Kuramae 3 Kokusai-Dori Kokusai-Dori Kokusai-Dori Kuramae 4Kuramae 4Kuramae 4 Komagata 2Komagata 2Komagata 2 Komagata 3Komagata 3Komagata 3 Komagata 1Komagata 1Komagata 1 Kotobuki 4Kotobuki 4Kotobuki 4 Kaminarimon 2Kaminarimon 2Kaminarimon 2 Asakusa 1Asakusa 1Asakusa 1 Kaminarimon 1Kaminarimon 1Kaminarimon 1 Nishi-Asakusa 1Nishi-Asakusa 1Nishi-Asakusa 1 Kotobuki 2Kotobuki 2Kotobuki 2 Kotobuki 1Kotobuki 1Kotobuki 1 Higashi-Ueno 1Higashi-Ueno 1Higashi-Ueno 1 1 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 98 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 32 台 東 区 循 環 バ ス 台 東 区 循 環 バ ス 南 め ぐ り ん 南 め ぐ り ん 浅 草 浅 草 浅 草 浅 草 蔵 前 蔵 前 つ く ば エ ク ス プ レ ス つ く ば エ ク ス プ レ ス 江 戸 通 り 江 戸 通 り 左 衛 門 橋 通 り 左 衛 門 橋 通 り 清 洲 橋 通 り 清 洲 橋 通 り 都 営 地 下 鉄 浅 草 線 都 営 地 下 鉄 浅 草 線 隅 田 川 ラ イ ン 隅 田 川 ラ イ ン 柳 橋 柳 橋 国 際 通 り 国 際 通 り 新 堀 通 り 新 堀 通 り 江 戸 通 り 江 戸 通 り キ ム チ 横 丁 キ ム チ 横 丁 ▲▲ 清 澄 通 り 清 澄 通 り 両 国 両 国 首 都 高 速 首 都 高 速 11 号 上 野 線 号 上 野 線 首 都 高 速 首 都 高 速 66 号 向 島 線 号 向 島 線 浅 草 橋 浅 草 橋 H 17 G 17 G 18 G 19 A 18 E 11 E 12 E 10 A 17 A 16 Saemon-bashiSaemon-bashi Asakusa-bashi Asakusa-bashi Asakusa-bashi SumidaRiverLine SumidaRiverLine SumidaRiverLine KuramaeSta. KuramaeSta. KuramaeSta. Edo-Dori Edo-Dori Edo-Dori Edo-Dori Edo-Dori Edo-Dori AsakusaSta. AsakusaSta. AsakusaSta. Asakusa Culture TAsakusa Culture Touristourist Information CenterInformation Center UenoSta. UenoSta. KimuchiYKimuchiYokochoStreetokochoStreet TTaitoCityLoopline(SouthRoute)aitoCityLoopline(SouthRoute) 上 野 上 野 永寿総合病院永寿総合病院 Eiju General HospitalEiju General Hospital Showa-DoriShowa-Dori 至至 秋葉原秋葉原 TTo Akihabarao Akihabara 千代田区千代田区 Chiyoda CityChiyoda City 神田川神田川 Kanda RiverKanda River 左 衛 門 橋 左 衛 門 橋 JRJR総武線総武線 JR Sobu LineJR Sobu Line 浅草見附跡碑浅草見附跡碑 Monument ofMonument of Asakusa MitsukeAsakusa Mitsuke 稲荷町稲荷町 Inaricho InarichoSta.Sta. 下谷神社下谷神社 Shitaya ShrineShitaya Shrine 新御徒町新御徒町 Shin-Okachimachi Sta. Shin-Okachimachi Sta. 小島小島アアーートトププララザザ 台東台東デデザザイイナナーーズズビビレレッッジジ Kojima Art PlazaKojima Art Plaza TTaito Designers Vaito Designers Villegeillege おかず横丁おかず横丁Okazu YOkazu Yokocho Street okocho Street 蔵前橋通り蔵前橋通り Kuramaebashi-Dori Kuramaebashi-Dori 甚内神社甚内神社 Jinnai ShrineJinnai Shrine 銀杏岡八幡神社銀杏岡八幡神社 Ichogaoka hachiman ShrineIchogaoka hachiman Shrine 浅草橋駅浅草橋駅 JR Asakusabashi Sta.JR Asakusabashi Sta. 靖国通り靖国通り YYasukuni-Dori asukuni-Dori 浅 草 橋 浅 草 橋 AsakusabashiSta. AsakusabashiSta. YYanagi-bashi anagi-bashi 日本文具資料館日本文具資料館 Japanese Stationary MuseumJapanese Stationary Museum 両国橋両国橋Ryogoku-bashi Ryogoku-bashi 袋物参考館袋物参考館 Bag MuseumBag Museum 須賀神社須賀神社 Suga ShrineSuga Shrine 浅草文庫跡碑浅草文庫跡碑 Monument of Asakusa LibraryMonument of Asakusa Library 榊神社榊神社 Sakaki ShrineSakaki Shrine 隅 田 川 テ ラ ス 隅 田 川 テ ラ ス SumidagawaT SumidagawaTerrace errace 両国国技館両国国技館 Kokugikan sand HallKokugikan sand Hall 相撲博物館相撲博物館 Sumo MuseumSumo Museum 水上バスのりば水上バスのりば TTokyo Wokyo Water Cruiseater Cruise Ryogoku Sta.Ryogoku Sta. 江戸東京博物館江戸東京博物館 Edo TEdo Tokyo Museumokyo Museum 両国駅両国駅 JR Ryogoku Sta.JR Ryogoku Sta. RyogokuSta. RyogokuSta. 墨田区墨田区 Sumida CitySumida City Kiyosumi-Dori Kiyosumi-Dori 旧安田庭園旧安田庭園 The Former YThe Former Yasuda Gardenasuda Garden 京葉道路京葉道路 Keiyo-Douro Keiyo-Douro 首尾の松首尾の松 Pine of SyubinomatsuPine of Syubinomatsu 蔵前橋 蔵前橋Kuramae-bashi Kuramae-bashi 浅草御蔵跡碑浅草御蔵跡碑 Monument of Asakusa OkuraMonument of Asakusa Okura SumidaRiver SumidaRiver 隅 田 川 隅 田 川 厩橋厩橋Umaya-bashi Umaya-bashiTToeiAsakusaLine oeiAsakusaLine 駒形橋 駒形橋 Komagata-bashi Komagata-bashi 駒形堂駒形堂 KomagatadoKomagatado TTempleemple 吾妻橋 吾妻橋Azuma-bashi Azuma-bashi 浅草文化浅草文化 観光センター観光センター 雷門雷門 Kaminarimon GateKaminarimon Gate 雷門通り雷門通り Kaminarimon-Dori Kaminarimon-Dori エース世界のエース世界の カバン館カバン館 WWorld Bags and Luggage Museumorld Bags and Luggage Museum 東本願寺東本願寺 Higashi Honganji THigashi Honganji Templeemple 清光寺清光寺 Seikoji TSeikoji Templeemple徳本寺徳本寺 TTokuhonji Tokuhonji Templeemple 本法寺本法寺 Honpoji THonpoji Templeemple 龍宝寺龍宝寺 Ryuhoji TRyuhoji Templeemple 鳥越神社鳥越神社 TTorikoe Shrineorikoe Shrine 西福寺西福寺 Saifukuji TSaifukuji Templeemple 法林寺法林寺 Horinji THorinji Templeemple 榧寺榧寺 Kayadera TKayadera Templeemple 蔵前神社蔵前神社 Kuramae ShrineKuramae Shrine 龍宝寺龍宝寺 Ryuhoji TRyuhoji Templeemple 蔵前蔵前 Kuramae Sta. Kuramae Sta. 春日通り春日通り Kasuga-DoriKasuga-Dori 都営地下鉄大江戸線 都営地下鉄大江戸線 TToei Oedo Lineoei Oedo Line 台東区循環バス東西めぐりん台東区循環バス東西めぐりん TTaito City Loopline (East-Waito City Loopline (East-West Route)est Route) 龍福院龍福院 Ryufukuin TRyufukuin Templeemple 誓教寺誓教寺 Senkyoji TSenkyoji Templeemple 浅草通り浅草通りAsakusa-Dori Asakusa-Dori 銀座線銀座線 Ginza Line Ginza Line TTsukubaExpress sukubaExpress AsakusaSta. AsakusaSta. Kiyosubashi-Dori Kiyosubashi-Dori Saemonbashi-Dori Saemonbashi-Dori Niibori-DoriNiibori-Dori 田原町田原町 TTawaramachi Sta. awaramachi Sta. 昭 和 通 り 昭 和 通 り H 16 仲 御 徒 町 仲 御 徒 町 Naka-Naka- okachimachiSta.okachimachiSta. 北 め ぐ り ん 台東区循環バス東西めぐりん Taito City Loopline (East-West Route) 台 東 区 循 環 バ ス 南 め ぐ り ん 浅草橋駅 JR Asakusabashi Sta. 両国駅 JR Ryogoku Sta. 新御徒町 Shin-Okachimachi Sta. 浅 草 浅 草 松 屋 浅 草 浅 草 蔵 前 田原町 Tawaramachi Sta. 稲荷町 InarichoSta. つ く ば エ ク ス プ レ ス 浅草通りAsakusa-Dori 雷門通り Kaminarimon-Dori 江 戸 通 り 左 衛 門 橋 通 り 春日通り Kasuga-Dori 蔵前橋通り Kuramaebashi-Dori 靖国通り Yasukuni-Dori 吾妻橋Azuma-bashi 駒形橋 Komagata-bashi 都 営 地 下 鉄 浅 草 線 隅 田 川 ラ イ ン 厩橋Umaya-bashi 蔵前橋Kuramae-bashi 両国橋Ryogoku-bashi 蔵前 Kuramae Sta. 都営地下鉄大江戸線 Toei Oedo Line JR総武線 JR Sobu Line 左 衛 門 橋 浅 草 橋 柳 橋 清 洲 橋 通 り 榧寺 Kayadera Temple 蔵前神社 Kuramae Shrine 龍宝寺 Ryuhoji Temple 龍福院 Ryufukuin Temple 誓教寺 Senkyoji Temple 本法寺 Honpoji Temple 東本願寺 Higashi Honganji Temple 清光寺 Seikoji Temple徳本寺 Tokuhonji Temple 龍宝寺 Ryuhoji Temple 西福寺 Saifukuji Temple 法林寺 Horinji Temple 駒形堂 Komagatado Temple 雷門 Kaminarimon Gate エース世界の カバン館 World Bags and Luggage Museum 浅草文化 観光センター銀座線 Ginza Line 国 際 通 り 新 堀 通 り 江 戸 通 り 下谷神社 Shitaya Shrine 永寿総合病院 Eiju General Hospital キ ム チ 横 丁 小島アートプラザ 台東デザイナーズビレッジ Kojima Art Plaza Taito Designers Villege 至 秋葉原 To Akihabara ▲ 神田川 Kanda River 墨田区 Sumida City 千代田区 Chiyoda City 浅草御蔵跡碑 Monument of Asakusa Okura 首尾の松 Pine of Syubinomatsu 日本文具資料館 Japanese Stationary Museum 浅草見附跡碑 Monument of Asakusa Mitsuke 袋物参考館 Bag Museum 両国国技館 Kokugikan sand Hall 相撲博物館 Sumo Museum 江戸東京博物館 Edo Tokyo Museum 旧安田庭園 The Former Yasuda Garden 須賀神社 Suga Shrine 甚内神社 Jinnai Shrine 銀杏岡八幡神社 Ichogaoka hachiman Shrine おかず横丁Okazu Yokocho Street 鳥越神社 Torikoe Shrine 浅草文庫跡碑 Monument of Asakusa Library 清 澄 通 り 京葉道路 Keiyo-Douro 両 国 隅 田 川 テ ラ ス 首 都 高 速 1 号 上 野 線 首 都 高 速 6 号 向 島 線 榊神社 Sakaki Shrine 浅 草 橋 上 野 Moto-Asakusa 3Moto-Asakusa 3Moto-Asakusa 3 Showa-Dori Kiyosubashi-Dori Yanagi-bashi AsakusabashiSta. YYokoami 1okoami 1Yokoami 1 Kiyosumi-Dori RyogokuSta. Niibori-Dori Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center UenoSta. Naka- okachimachiSta. KimuchiYokochoStreet TaitoCityLoopline(SouthRoute) Saemon-bashi SumidagawaTerrace 水上バスのりば Tokyo Water Cruise Ryogoku Sta. SumidaRiver 隅 田 川 ToeiAsakusaLine TsukubaExpress AsakusaSta. Saemonbashi-Dori ★ 仲 御 徒 町 昭 和 通 り Legend Tourist information center Information bord Toilet for the disabled Parking Rental Bicycle Police / Koban Fire department Post office Hospital School Temple Shrine Hours: 6:00-20:00    ★=7:00-19:00 Fee:¥200 (for less than 24 hours) ※ A done thing of social position proof is   necessary. Rental Bicycle 0 100 200 m 浅 草 橋 The Asakusabashi area has been thriving since the Edo period as a com- mercial and traffic center, exploiting the natural wealth of the Sumida River. The Tokugawa Shogunate built a gate here called "Asakusa- Mitsuke" as a crucial advance guard for the defense of Edo Castle. Today, with its dense commercial community composed of various retailers like traditional doll shops, Asakusabashi attracts numerous visi- tors. ASAKUSABASHI Taito-City Whole area figure Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line Toei Oedo Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Tokyo MetroTokyo Metro Hibiya LineHibiya Line Toei Asakusa Line Keisei LineKeisei LineKeisei Line Tsukuba Express UenoUenoUenoUenoUenoUenoUeno AsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusaAsakusa Tobu Isesaki Line NipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNipporiNippori OkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachiOkachimachi Akihabara AsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashiAsakusabashi MinowaMinowaMinowa
    • Edo Dori (Edo Street) Shopping Area Many interesting shops line Edo Dori. In par- ticular, Japanese doll specialty stores catch visitors' eyes, especially surrounding the Asakusa Station. Inside the shops, a wide selection of dolls, beautifully dressed in kimono, fascinate guests. Handicraft shops are also very popular with their low price offerings and depth of assortment of intri- cate works such as embroidered beads. Oversea visitors should also stop at the sta- tionery and grocery shops along the street since there are inexpensive Japanese style novelties and commodities that make excel- lent souvenirs of Japan. 江戸東京博物館 Edo-Tokyo Museum Address: 1-4-1 Yokoami Sumida-Ku Telephone: 03-3626-9974 Access: 3 minutes walk from JR Ryogoku station, 1 minutes walk from Metro Ryogoku station Business Hours: 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Admission Fee: ¥600 Closed: Monday Address: 1-3-28 Yokoami Sumida-Ku Telephone: 03-3622-0366 Access: 1 minutes walk from JR Ryogoku station, 5 minutes walk from Metro Ryogoku station Business Hours: 10:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission Fee: Free Closed: Saturday, Sunday 相撲博物館 Sumo Museum Sumo wrestling tournaments are held six times a year, three of which are offered at the Kokugikan in Ryogoku, Tokyo. Even dur- ing the off-season, the Sumo Museum housed inside the Kokugikan exhibits Sumo- related articles to introduce the Japanese national sport. Address: 1-1-15 Yanagibashi Taito-Ku Telephone: 03-3861-4905 Access: 5 minutes walk from JR・Metro Asakusabashi station Business Hours: 1:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. Admission Fee: Free Closed: Saturday, Sunday 日本文具資料館 Japan Stationery Museum This museum exhibits stationery products used in Japan throughout the centuries, including a writing brush as tall as a man as well as carry-along writing instruments uti- lized some hundred years ago. Access: JR Asakusabashi station, Metro Kuramae station Access: 5 minutes walk from JR Asakusabashi station Riverside Scenery Along the periphery of the Kanda River, many shipping houses called Funayado operate year round fleets of "Yakatabunes" - old-fashioned Japanese houseboats for excursions around the Tokyo waterfront. Guests can enjoy a cruise against a back- drop of a beautiful night view of the metrop- olis, while dining on Japanese cuisine. Inquiry about Sightseeing Tour The Tokyo Metropolitan Area SGG Club…………03-3842-5566 (Open Every Day 10:00-17:00) Tokyo TIC ………………………………………03-3201-3331 Tokyo Tourist Information Center TMG Building Haedquarters …………………03-5321-3077 Haneda Airport Branch ………………………03-5757-9345 Keisei Ueno Branch …………………………03-3836-3471 TCVB Tourist Information Center ………………03-3287-7024 Transportation Flight Information Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) …………03-5757-8111 New Tokyo International Airport (Narita) ……0476-34-5000 JR East …………………………………………050-2016-1603 Tokyo Metro Information ………………………03-3941-2004 Taito City provides a public transportation service by operating a fleet of buses called "Megurin." Linking major spots such as Asakusa and the Ueno Station in one direction, Megurin comes every 15 minutes for each route among north bound, south bound and east-west routes. The fare is 100 yen each way for both adults and children. Other boarding tickets such as a Bus Card are not honored. A oneOne day travel card costs : ¥300 Hotels Taito Hotel and Ryokan Association ……………03-3834-2008 Tokyo International Youth Hotel…………………03-3235-1107 Health-care Information Tokyo Metropolitan Medical Information Servise (HIMAWARI) 03-5285-8181 AMDA International Medical Information Center 03-5285-8088 Emergency Police (calls answered in English) ………………03-3501-0110 Where to Call Taito City Loopline, "Megurin" JR Line Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Toei Asakusa Line Toei Oedo Line Tsukuba Express Tokyo Monorail Keihin Kyuko Line Keisei Line Tobu Isesaki Line To TsukubaTo NikkoTo Kita-Senju To Ikebukuro Keisei Skyliner 56 min.Keisei Skyliner 56 min.Keisei Skyliner 56 min. To Shinjuku To Shibuya To Nakameguro To Shinjuku To Shibuya Tokyo Monorail 23 min. Keihin Kyuko 25min. NaritaNarita AirportAirport UguisudaniUguisudani OkachimachiOkachimachi HamamatsuchoHamamatsucho ShinagawaShinagawa HanedaHaneda AirportAirport AkihabaraAkihabara Narita Airport Uguisudani Okachimachi Akihabara Hamamatsucho Shinagawa Haneda Airport Aoto Tokyo Nippori Kuramae Asakusa- bashi Ueno Asakusa With a population of 1.3 million, "Edo" - the former name of Tokyo - was the world's largest and most prosperous city in the 18th century. An efficient urban infrastructure was established at that time including water supply, a traffic network leverag- ing water ways, and a scheme to maintain securi- ty. The exhibits of the Edo-Tokyo Museum reveal the history of the city and the life and culture of the people who lived there. 2006.9−10,000(K) Publisher ◆ Taito City Office Tourism Section 4-5-6, Higashi-Uene, Taito-Ku, Tokyo 110-8615 ◆ http://www.taitocity.com/kankou/asakusa_ueno/e_guide/