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Rated 4.9 by 492,937+ people

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Frequently
asked questions

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

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

  • Where can I store luggage near Asakusa Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Asakusa Station 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 Station?

    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 Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Asakusa Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Asakusa Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Asakusa Station 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 Station?

    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 Station, 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 Station.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Asakusa Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Asakusa Station are Hotel New Otani (ホテルニューオータニ), Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba (グランドニッコー東京台場), and Conrad Tokyo (コンラッド東京). When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Asakusa Station 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 Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Asakusa Station 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 Station?

    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 Station

Asakusa Station refers to the access points of the four different train lines that bring passengers to Tokyo’s Asakusa district. These stations are collectively known as the Asakusa Stations. The lines that serve them are the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, the Tobu Skytree Line, the Toei Asakusa Line, and the Tsukuba Express Line. There are pedestrian passages that connect the Tobu Skytree, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Asakusa stations, but the Tsukuba Station can only be accessed from the street.

The area surrounding the Asakusa stations is known for its historical sites, beautiful parks, and old-time Japan feel. You’ll find some of Tokyo’s oldest temples and have plenty of opportunities to sample traditional Japanese street food as you wander the bustling streets. Much of this area was destroyed during World War II and had to be rebuilt, or replaced with more modern buildings. The area has been revitalized since then, and between the numerous temples, and scenic green spaces, it has become a draw for tourists from within Japan and around the world.

Things to do Near Asakusa Station 

Between shopping opportunities, stunning temples, and peaceful green spaces, you’ll have no problem finding alluring sights to see near Asakusa Station. The following are a few items Bounce suggests adding to your itinerary while you’re in the area:

  • Sample traditional Japanese street food along Nakamise Shopping Street, which leads to the Senso-ji Temple
  • Admire the beautiful architecture of the Senso-ji Temple, the oldest temple in Tokyo which was built in 645
  • Tour the Demboin Temple Garden, which is only open to the public between March and May each year
  • Visit the Asakusa Jinja Shrine, a beautifully constructed Shinto shrine that was built in the 12th Century
  • Take in the view from the observation deck of the Tokyo Skytree, the world’s tallest tower
  • Learn about the role of drums in Japanese society on a visit to the Taikokan Drum Museum, which holds about 800 different types of drums
  • Take a nature walk or enjoy a picnic in Sumida Park which holds nearly 700 cherry trees 

Transit Options Near Asakusa Station 

  • Subway Ginza Line
  • Bus
  • Taxi

Luggage Storage Near Asakusa Station 

The Asakusa stations are the easiest way to reach Asakusa from other areas of Tokyo. Once you reach this neighborhood, the best way to explore is on foot, as it will offer a better opportunity to see the sights and poke in and out of the shops and eateries. Naturally, this experience will be much more fun without heavy bags in tow. Drop your extra items with a Bounce partner in the area so you can explore the area at your leisure. 

Luggage Storage Options Near Asakusa Station

Since so many of Asakusa’s sights and attractions are bound to be crowded, you’ll have a much easier visit without bulky luggage. Whether shopping, dining, or looking around a local neighborhood, you'll want to travel light. Drop your stuff with a local Bounce partner so you can streamline your load and navigate the crowded spaces more freely.

Luggage Storage Near Nakamise Shopping Street 

The Nakamise shopping street extends approximately 250 meters and leads up to the Senso-ji Temple. Historically, this street was full of shopkeepers who made a living by selling food and drink to pilgrims who were headed to the temple. These days, it’s a fantastic place to shop for souvenirs and trinkets or sample traditional Japanese street food, including candies, rice crackers, and sweet potato jelly. There are also a number of bars in this area that open up once the shops close down for the day. To get the full Nakamise Street experience, you should visit both during the day and the evening to partake in the nightlife!  

Luggage Storage Near Senso-ji Temple 

Built in the year 645, Senso-ji is the oldest temple in Tokyo, and it welcomes over 30 million visitors each year. The temple is dedicated to Kannon, the goddess of Mercy. The entrance of the temple features a large “Thunder Gate,” painted with red and black tones. This opens into the temple’s main hall and leads to a five-story pagoda. There are numerous other structures to explore as well, most of which were built more recently. The temple is stunning, with its stately architecture and vivid colors. Inside you’ll spot many statues and art pieces honoring the Kannon. The area surrounding the temple is packed with shops selling souvenirs and other curios as well as eateries specializing in local cuisine. Drop your bag with a Bounce partner in the neighborhood to make it easier to navigate the bustling area. 

Luggage Storage Near Demboin Temple Garden 

Historically only open to nobles and the abbot of the Senso-ji Temple, this beautiful garden is open to the public each year from March to May. The garden is designed as a loop, with a koi pond in the center. As you stroll through this peaceful space, you can take your time to admire the beautiful cherry tree, as well as sculptures and artifacts that adorn the trails. You’ll be able to catch some great views of the Senso-ji Temple’s pagoda from the garden as well. For your convenience, stash your bag with a Bounce partner ahead of your visit so you can wander freely.

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