Asakusa is outdoor shops, nice for gifts to bring back to family, friends and co-workers. From t-shirts to dolls. Prices vary, but most things are less than $10 usd - however my Japanese doll in fashion glass case cost 2000 yen ($200usd) but it's big in size and as an advid international doll collector, it was worth it :-)
This street is lined up with small stalls selling all the souvenirs you can think of. It's a great place to buy souvenirs to bring back for your family and friends.
What to buy: Traditional wares, obi sashes, haircombs, fans, dolls, kimonos
What to pay: Average
In the middle of the Asakusa Kannon Temple is Nakamise shopping street.
What to buy: You'll find all kind of Japanese Goods and Food.
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