Osaka is not the only diners’ paradise in Japan.
Where there are people, there is always good food. The wonderful cuisine culture of Asakusa has attracted many gastronomers by constantly blending the best of new styles into its traditional Japanese cooking. Asakusa has eateries offering a wide range of foods where not only delicious Japanese cuisine, but also wonderfully tempting Western, Chinese and ethnic varieties to please every taste can be found. Listed below are just a few of the well-known restaurants in the Asakusa area.
Restaurants are listed in Japanese syllabary order.
will direct you to a map of the area in which the restaurant is located.
are also open during lunch hours.
|Phone Number||[Opening hours]||[Closed]|
|03-3841-0665||[Opening hours]9:00～20:00||[Closed]Usually closed Tuesdays (May vary)|
|Kurimushi-Yokan（chunky sweet bean jelly with chestnuts） has been a cherished Japanese sweet since Nishimura’s opened in 1854. The name Ryusho-Tei comes from the time Nishimura's yokan was first used as an offering to Sensoji Temple
【Tokyo Casteilla （sponge cake）】 with its light and airy taste is a popular souvenir.
Nishimura’s refreshing sweets capture the essence and beauty of the changing seasons.
※Sale of only shop front.
|03-5830-3145||[Opening hours]10:00～19:00||[Closed]Usually closed Wednesdays|
|Kanmidokoro Nishiyama （confectionery） uses ingredients carefully selected with know-how gained from its history as a grocery store that opened in 1852. Excellent Hokkaido beans are used for Nishiyama Kashiten’s popular Fuku-Fuku Manju （strained sweet bean paste bun）.
Famous actor Kiyoshi Atsumi was a frequent customer before he passed away. Also popular is Nishiyama Kashiten’s takeout ice cream sandwich.