Shinkoiwa is close to a diverse collection of Tokyo’s well-known sights. The Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sumida Triphony Hall are two of the popular sights here, adored by locals and visitors alike. Also, well worth the effort are Sumida Park and Sensoji Temple.
Visitors to Shinkoiwa, interested in finding out what makes the area tick, will appreciate the cultural attractions nearby. Visit some of the interesting artistic and historic collections including the Tokyo National Museum, Edo-Tokyo Museum and the Mitsui Memorial Museum. There are some interesting galleries to visit near here. In particular, don’t miss the National Museum of Western Art and the Bridgestone Museum of Art. Lovers of the arts will find plenty to applaud at venues such as the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan.
If you are here with little ones, load up everyone and go to the Tokyo Sea Life Park and the Hanayashiki Amusement Park. Snap photos, browse the educational displays and discover the variety of species at Ueno Zoo.
Get active in nature at the many picturesque places nearby. Relax and enjoy the fresh air. Spend a morning in one of the local parks and gardens, which include the Kasai Rinkai Park and Mizumoto Park.
If you enjoy souvenir and fashion shopping, head to the boutiques, stores and stalls of the LaLaport Toyosu Mall and Nakamise Arcade.
When you’re ready to rest your weary feet after a busy day discovering the many charms of Shinkoiwa, check in to one of the many local short and long stay accommodation options. Make reservations for the Chisun Inn Asakusa, the Hotel Villa Fontaine Nihombashi Hakozaki, or the Agora Place Asakusa.