Not far from Asakusa Temple, you can take pictures on the bridge, take pictures of the sky tower and the buildings and sculptures on the shore. There are rail trains in the distance and cruise ships in the water. You can rest for a while on the greenery slope on the shore. Relax in a good mood
The Sumida River is a small river near Asakusa in Tokyo. Although it is not a big river, the river is clear and there are many different bridges on the river. We live near the Sumida River. The scenery is beautiful in the morning and at night.
Sumida River’s most famous event is the Sumida River Sparkle Conference held on the last Saturday of July every year. However, when we came in May, I couldn’t see the sparkle of Sumida River. Then the cherry blossoms in Sumida Park were all gone, so I was right by the river. Take a look at Tokyo Skytree. We ate at the 200-year-old eel house, and the view of the Sumida River was outside the window of the restaurant. The blue steel-framed Komagata Bridge spans both banks of the river, and the Sky Tree is on the other end. After taking a photo of the Skytree from a distance, you can walk to Sensoji Temple in a few minutes.
Sumida River is actually a very small river, but it is not a stinking ditch, it is very clean, and it is very close to the Skytree and Azuma Bridge and other scenic spots, and both sides of the river are basically bustling businesses. District
The Machida Gawa river in Tokyo is equivalent to Brooklyn in New York.
The Sumida River Fireworks Festival is the largest fireworks festival in Japan from 19 to 21 pm on the last Saturday of July every year. The hotels, cruise ships, and watchtowers where you can see the fireworks have been booked early. So you have to take a seat in advance. It is best to occupy the small road on the right bank of the Sumida River, which is on the side of Tokyo Sky Tree. At that time, the Transportation Bureau controlled many subway entrances to be closed and crowded. So the best hotel should be a place within walking distance, otherwise it is really hard. In fact, there are too many people here and many of them are blocked by buildings. The experience of watching fireworks is not very good. It is better to go to other cities to see. Although there are a lot of people, Japanese roads are well planned and managed, and there is no chaos and congestion.
Preston_Dominguez: Tokyo Prefecture
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Senso-ji,Asakusa,Kaminarimon Gate,Tokyo Skytree,Tokyo National Museum