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Frequently asked questions
What's it like in Asakusa?
Travelers love the Asakusa neighborhood for its array of dining options, sightseeing, and temples. Experience the best of Asakusa with a visit to Sensō-ji Temple, Asakusa Shrine, and Kaminarimon.
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How many hotels will I be able to find in Asakusa?
Expedia has 142 hotels and other accommodations in Asakusa to choose from, making this an ideal home base for exploring the greater Tokyo area.
If I need to cancel my hotel reservation in Asakusa, will I receive a refund?
Yes, the majority of hotel reservations are fully refundable if cancelled before the accommodation’s cancellation deadline, which is often 24 or 48 hours before check in. If your reservation is non-refundable, you may still be able to cancel and get a refund within 24 hours of your booking. Enter dates in and click on “Search”, then you can use the “free cancellation” filter to review the best deals available in Asakusa.
What is there to do in this Tokyo neighborhood?
For cultural attractions in Asakusa, head to Amuse Museum, Edo Shitamachi Traditional Crafts Museum, and Mokubatei. As you’re discovering the neighborhood, Sensō-ji Temple and Asakusa Shrine are some other places worth a visit. Favorite places to visit in the surrounding area include Kaminarimon, Tokyo Sky Tree, and Ueno Park. While you’re out sightseeing, Akihabara Electric Town and Tokyo Dome are a couple of additional sights to visit in Tokyo.
How can I get around Asakusa and the greater Tokyo area?
If you want to head out of town, you can hop aboard a train at Asakusa Station.