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Rated 4.9 by 488,471+ people

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Frequently
asked questions

  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Asakusa?

    The price for luggage storage near Asakusa starts from just ¥450/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Asakusa?

    There are multiple locations in the Asakusa area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Yokohama Station (横浜駅), Matsudo Station (松戸駅), and Ōmiya Station (大宮駅) and all over Tokyo.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Asakusa?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Asakusa.

  • Are there storage lockers near Asakusa?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Asakusa area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Asakusa and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Asakusa?

    Popular metro stations like Toyosu Station (豊洲駅), Hibiya Station (日比谷駅), or Yurakucho Line Toyosu Station (Y22) (有楽町線 豊洲駅) can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Tokyo near Asakusa, you may be close to some bus stations: Shinjuku Sta. West Exit Bus Terminal (新宿駅西口バスターミナル), JR Expressway Bus Terminal (JR高速バスのりば), or Bus Terminal - Nihonbashi Gate (東京駅日本橋口バスターミナル). If traveling by train, Shinjuku Station (新宿駅), Tokyo Station (東京駅), and JR Shinjuku Station (JR 新宿駅) are nearest to Asakusa.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Asakusa?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Asakusa are Hotel New Otani (ホテルニューオータニ), Conrad Tokyo (コンラッド東京), and Tokyo Station Hotel (東京ステーションホテル). When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Asakusa are 1980 Yen Hotel (1泊1980円ホテル), Nui. Hostel & Bar Lounge, and UNPLAN Kagurazaka.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Asakusa?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Asakusa are JR Akihabara Station (JR 秋葉原駅), Shin-Kiba Station (新木場駅), and Tokyo Big Sight (東京ビッグサイト (東京国際展示場)).

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Asakusa?

    Check out the nearby Ueno Park (上野恩賜公園), Hibiya Park (日比谷公園), and Meiji Jingu Gaien (明治神宮外苑).

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About Asakusa

Tokyo is the capital city of Japan and is one of Asia’s most popular destinations. The city is known for its busy streets, fascinating temples, bright lights, and incredible local cuisine. One of the city’s most well-known and visited areas is Asakusa, a district located in the Taito ward. Asakusa, one of Tokyo’s most renowned shitamachi (which means “low city” in English), is a hit with both locals and tourists, and for good reason. The area is a perfect mix of old and new – it retains an atmosphere of the old-time Tokyo in the past but still has plenty of features and advancements that are reminiscent of present-day Tokyo.

During the Edo Period, Asakusa was situated outside the city limits and was primarily an entertainment district. The area was filled with kabuki theaters and geisha houses and served as a red light district. However, when the Second World War took place, air raids and bombings destroyed a huge portion of Asakusa. Although most of the area around Sensoji Temple was restored, most of the entertainment district was left in ruins. In 1947, Asakusa was amalgamated with Shitaya to create a new ward – Taito. Today, Asakusa is a prominent sightseeing destination due to its number of historic attractions, traditional food, atmospheric stalls, and an overall retro experience that you won’t find in the rest of the city. 

Fun fact: Asakusa is the oldest geisha district in Tokyo; the area still has about 45 actively-working geishas.

Things to do in Asakusa

Representing a mixture of modern and traditional, Asakusa is a fascinating district that should be explored when in Tokyo. Whether you’re looking for historic sites, fantastic riverside views, excellent local food, or a trip down memory lane, Asakusa surely has something for you. Here are some of Bounce’s recommendations on what to see and do in the district of Asakusa.

  • Visit the Asakusa Tourist Culture Information Center to get some helpful information and check out their observation deck for some incredible views
  • Climb the Tokyo Skytree, the tallest building in Japan, for a panoramic view of the city
  • Go for a stroll at Sumida Park and enjoy the beauty of the riverside
  • Ride a traditional rickshaw while exploring the district
  • Discover Asakusa from a different viewpoint by going on a Sumida River cruise
  • Shop until you drop at the numerous shopping streets and complexes in Asakusa, such as Kappabashi, Rox Department Store and Marugoto Nippon
  • Have a few drinks at the different izakaya bars along Hoppy Street
  • Learn about Japan’s most famous beer at the Asahi Beer Tower (and have a few drinks, too!)
  • Try some traditional Japanese sweets at Umezono

Transit Options in Asakusa

  • Tokyo Metro
  • Toei Subway
  • Tobu Railway
  • Tokyo Water Bus

Luggage Storage in Asakusa

When exploring the streets of the Asakusa district, you want to keep things as light and convenient as possible, especially if you have plans to move around a lot and transfer from one spot to another. To have the best time in the district without carrying heavy luggage, utilize Bounce’s storage services. With Bounce, you can leave your luggage, bags, backpacks, or any other items at one of our locations within Asakusa. We have partnered with several local businesses to provide temporary storage.

Luggage Storage Options in Asakusa

Traveling to Asakusa probably means a full itinerary packed with places to visit and things to do. Spend your trip hands-free by taking advantage of Bounce’s temporary storage services. All you have to do is log in on the Bounce app, find a convenient location, and book your spot.

Luggage Storage near Senso-ji Temple

When visiting Asakusa, always at the top of one’s to-do list is to see the Senso-ji Temple, the oldest and most renowned temple in Tokyo. Dating back to the 7th century, Senso-ji is a culturally significant building that’s grown to be a tourist hotspot, so expect some long queues when visiting. The complex was heavily damaged during World War II but was ultimately restored. 

Senso-ji Temple is a Buddhist temple dedicated to the Bodhisattva of compassion, Kannon Bosatsu. With more than 30 million visitors every year, the temple is recognized as the world’s most frequented spiritual site. Aside from the regular guided tours, visitors of Senso-ji can have their fortune read, say a prayer, or burn incense. A trip to Senso-ji is a unique way to immerse yourself in the local culture and is a definite must when in Asakusa. For a hassle-free time here, deposit your things at a Bounce location in the area.

Luggage Storage near Nakamise Dori Shopping Street

Once you’re done visiting the Senso-ji temple, the next place that you should check out is the Nakamise Dori Shopping Street. It is literally a few steps from the temple. One of the city’s oldest shopping streets and arguably the most famous one, Nakamise Dori measures about 250 meters. It is lined with over 100 different shops that sell food, souvenirs, and more. Most visitors engage in the tabearuki (walk-and-eat) style by getting snacks and eating the food while strolling the street for some cool finds. The Nakamise Dori shopping street can be enjoyed by everyone, especially foodies who want to sample a little bit of everything. The area can get really crowded, so it’s best to leave your things with Bounce beforehand.

Luggage Storage near Hanayashiki Amusement Park

Japan is home to several amuseument parks, and one of them can be found in Asakusa – the Hanayashiki Amuseument Park. Built in 1853, it is the oldest amusement park in the country, a fact that you would immediately notice upon your visit. Unlike other amusement parks in Japan that are equipped with the craziest rides and modern contraptions, Hanayashiki offers a more nostalgic experience that both children and adults can enjoy. The park has around 25 different attractions, including staples such as roller coasters, a haunted house, a Ferris wheel, and a merry-go-round. More than that, guests may also take part in “cultural” activities in the park, including ninja experiences and tea ceremonies. Visiting Hanayashiki Amusement Park is a truly magnificent and one-of-a-kind experience that you won’t forget. To avoid the trouble of having to carry your luggage around, find a Bounce location near the park and store your things there. 

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