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Asakusa area has a lot of great sightseeing spots

Asakusa area has a lot of great sightseeing spots and you can ride on a “jinrikisha” (rickshaw) to travel around popular historical spots, enjoying interesting explanations given by jinrikishaman. You can select a tour time from a couple of options such as 30 minutes and 60 minutes. We had one around the Sky Tree Tower spot from Asakusa for 30 minutes. Our puller took a nice photo for us with the Sky Tree Tower in the back. Actually Asakusa has more rickshaws than any other places in Japan. Please give it a try once you are in Asakusa. As they have many English-speaking pullers, communication won’t be an issue. Don’t worry!

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