Routes Japan TokyoSumida-ku

Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan


Length3 mi
Elev. Gain52.5 ft
Est. Steps7000

City walk

Created by Shohei
Kinshicho-Asakusa is a 3 mile (7,000-step) route located near Sumida-ku, Tokyo, Japan. This route has an elevation gain of about 52.5 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.


Asakusa (浅草) is a district in Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, famous for the Sensō-ji, a Buddhist temple dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon. There are several other temples in Asakusa, as well as various festivals, such as the Sanja Matsuri.

Asahi Beer Hall

The Asahi Beer Hall (a.k.a. Super Dry Hall, or Flamme d'Or) is one of the buildings of the Asahi Breweries headquarters located on the east bank of the Sumida River in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It was designed by French designer Philippe Starck and was completed in 1989. It is considered one of Tokyo's most recognizable modern structures.

Asakusa Shrine

Asakusa Shrine (浅草神社, Asakusa-jinja) is a Shinto shrine located in the Asakusa district of Tokyo, Japan.Also known as Sanja-sama (Shrine of the Three gods), it is one of the most famous Shinto shrines in the city. The shrine honors the three men who founded the Sensō-ji. Asakusa Shrine is part of a larger grouping of sacred buildings in the area.

Asakusa Station (Tokyo Metro, Toei, Tobu)

Asakusa Station (浅草駅, Asakusa-eki) is a railway station in the Asakusa district of Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, operated by Tobu Railway, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Subway. It formed one terminus of the original subway line in Tokyo, now the Ginza Line.

Kinshichō Station

Kinshichō Station (錦糸町駅, Kinshichō-eki) is a railway station in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan, operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) and Tokyo Metro. The surrounding area is one of largest shopping areas of Sumida Ward, featuring several large department stores, numerous small shops and restaurants.

Brillia Tower Tokyo

The Brillia Tower Tokyo (Brilliaタワー東京) is a residential building in the Sumida special ward of Tokyo, Japan. Completed in June 2006, it stands at 159 m (522 ft) tall.

Asakusa International Theater

Asakusa International Theater (浅草国際劇場, Asakusa Kokusai Gekijō) was a 3860-seat theater located in Asakusa, Taitō, Tokyo, Japan, which was used for concerts and theatrical performances. It opened in 1937 and was closed in 1982. It has since been demolished. It was owned and operated by Shochiku and primarily featured the Shōchiku Shōjo Kagekidan (松竹少女歌劇団), an all-woman musical theatre troupe.

Honjo-azumabashi Station

Honjo-azumabashi Station (本所吾妻橋駅, Honjo-azumabashi-eki) is a subway station on the Toei Asakusa Line, operated by the Toei. It is located in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. Its number is A-19.

Kume no Heinai-dō

Kume no Heinai-dō (久米平内堂) is a small folk shrine located in Asakusa in Taitō, Tokyo. The shrine houses a stone statue of Kume no Heinai, a samurai from the early Edo period (17th century). According to the Asakusa tourism bureau, there are few facts about the life of Kume no Heinai, but he is said to have died in 1683.


Hanayashiki (浅草花やしき, Asakusa hanayashiki) is an amusement park in Asakusa, Taitō, Tokyo that has operated since 1853. It is operated by Hanayashiki Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of Bandai Namco Holdings. It is claimed to be the oldest amusement park in Japan. One of the unofficial mascots of the park is the Panda Car (パンダカー).
Route Details


3 mi

Elev. Gain

52.5 ft

Est. Steps

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