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Shop List
Traditional Craft
Shop list of Handcrafts and Artisan in Asakusa
Marugoto Nippon
Asakusa 2-6-7
Same building of
Richmond Hotel Asakusa Inter.
<= Recommended
Made in Japan from
all over Japan
Woodwork
Taito 4-14-8
Japanese handmade furniture
Workshop in basement
Soushu
Kotobuki 4-12-2
Wood carve for temple and shrine
Maekawa Inden
Asakusa 1-16-11
Orange dori ave.
Leather craftwork
Ichiryoya Hirakawa
Asakusa 2-7-13
Nishi-Sando ave.
Sword (Katana)
Asakusa DouginDouki
Asakusa 4-22-10
Senzoku Dori (Doori) ave.
Copper and Silver craftwork
Tanaka Shikkiten
Matsugaya 1-9-12
Kappabashi dori ave.
Lacquer ware
Ganso Sample (plastic)
Nishi-Asakusa 3-7-3
Kappabashi dori ave.
All about plastic samples
Maizuru
Nishi-Asakusa 1-5-17
Kappabashi dori ave.
Plastic food sample
Dengama
Nishi-Asakusa 1-4-3
Kappabashi dori ave.
Pottery
Soi
Nishi-Asakusa 3-25-11
Kappabashi dori ave.
Antique interia design
Soutei
Matsugaya 2-1-11
Kappabashi dori ave.
Japanese style interior design
Tobe Tobe Kusa
Nishi-Asakusa 2-7-1
Neaby Tokyo Ryokan
Japanese Yakimono
LIBRO
Asakusa 1-25, ROX4F
Kokusa dori ave.
Books and Manga
Nakaya
Asakusa 2-2-12
Next to Sensouji Temple
Matsuri fashion
Miyamoto Unosuke Shoten
Nishi-Asakusa 2-1-1
Kikusui dori ave.
Mikoshi, Japanese drum
Bengara
Asakusa 1-35-6
Yanagi dori ave.
Short split curtain (Noren)
Some no Anbo
Asakusa 1-21-12
Asakusa Chuo dori ave.
Dyeworks
Obigen
Asakusa 1-20-11
Shin-Nakamise dori ave.
Kimono belt
Nadeshiko
Asakusa 2-7-24-2F
Nearby Hanayashiki
Kimono and tea ceremony
Edo Komachi
Asakusa 1-21-1
Kimono, Trial on fee
Chidoriya
Asakusa 2-3-24
Goju-no-tou dori ave.
Kimono for gentlemen
Tsujiya Honten
Asakusa 1-21-8
Shin-Nakamise dori ave.
Japanese footwear
Saraya
Asakusa 1-16-10
Orange dori ave.
Incense
Ooshimaya Onda
Komagata 2-6-6
Paper lantern
Ojima Glass
Asakusa 2-3-2
Denbouin dori ave.
Edo Kiriko
Kanaya Burashi
Asakusa 1-39-10, Imado 2-8-8
Denbouin dori ave.
Brush
Hakocho
Asakusa 1-4-5
Orange dori ave.
Poaulownia Wood and crafts
Sanbido
Asakusa 1-33-3
Metro dori ave.
Lucky charm
Yoshida san
Senzoku 3-20-25
At Ootori Jinja Shrine
Bamboo rake or Kumade
Takahisa
Asakusa 1-21-7
Shin-Nakamise dori ave.
Japanese dolls, Battledore
Bunsendo
Asakusa 1-20-2
Japanese paper fan
Edoya
Asakusa 1-29-4
Shin-Nakamise dori ave.
Japanese traditional toys and games
Yamamoto Soroban-ten
Asakusa 2-35-12
Abacus (Soroban)
Kawamasu Camera
Kaminarimon 1-5-8
Antique Camera
Kiryudo
Asakusa 1-32-12
Edo Kumihimo
Yonoya
Asakusa 1-37-10
Denbouin dori ave.
Comb, Japanese hairpin
Bekko Isogai
Asakusa 1-21-3
Orange dori ave.
Edo Bekko
Suzuya
Asakusa 2-7-3
Nishisando Shotengai dori
Stage tools
Hyakusuke
Asakusa 2-2-14
Make-ups for Japanese stage
Hyotan-ya
Asakusa 1-31-1
Nakamise dori ave.
Ivory and Shamisen
Katayamaen
Asakusa 4-2-1
Japanese green tea
Sake no Daimasu
Asakua 1-2-8
Sake shop and bar
Kamata
Matsugaya 2-12-6
Kappabashi dori ave.
Kitchen knife
Yagenbori
Asakusa 1-28-3
Shin-Nakamise dori ave.
Japanese peppers, Shichimi Tougarashi
Mantou
Nishi-Asakua 1-4-2
Asakusa dori ave
Ingredients for Japanese sweets and dish
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