If you go to Asakusa Temple in Tokyo, you will go to Zhongshi Commercial Street. Commercial Street stretches from Leimen to Asakusa Temple, which is one of the oldest commercial streets in Japan. According to the guide's introduction of the history of this commercial street, since the founding of the Edo shogunate in Kakang, Tokugawa, the population of Edo has been increasing, and more and more tourists have visited the Shallow Grass Temple. Afterwards, the residents in the vicinity of the Shallow Cao Monastery who were responsible for cleaning were granted the privilege to operate in the courtyard and on the visiting road, which was the beginning of the commercial street. The current commercial street is about 250 meters long, with transparent roofs covering the roofs across the block, so that there is no need for wind, rain and sunshine. On both sides of the street are 8,9 small shops painted with vermilion doors, selling God supplies, Edo toys, dancing clothes, snacks and various local products. It is said that many of these shops are centuries-old and have long been famous. Many small shops here sell shallow grass "human burning" which is the most famous snack of shallow grass.
Zhongjinshi Commercial Street attracts a lot of tourists and people, so it is one of the most important scenic spots. Zhongshishi is right in front of Shaogao "Leimen" which is a commercial street with many shops. All kinds of cosmetics, delicate Japanese snacks and small letters are on sale. The price can also be accepted by the famous snack pomfret, and the human-shaped burning can be bought. There are many kinds of duty-free cosmetics shops, Chinese and English communication is possible. Remember that there are many twisted eggs along the road with passport and tax refund. The quality of Japanese famous noodles is very good. You can also eat them here. You can rest assured that they are basically the same as the menu.
After entering the main entrance of Shallow Cao Temple, the first thing to be seen is a shop street named Zhongjianshitong, which sells all kinds of souvenirs and snacks (the human shape barbecue is delicious). There are many shops but more tourists, and most of them are foreigners. They are very busy. Traffic is very convenient, there are many routes to reach. There are Dongwu Qingkong Tower Line, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Tsukuba Express Line and Duying Metro Shallow Cao Line. Getting off at Shallow Cao Station, there are many snacks and all kinds of small things and souvenirs. It's worth visiting. But the price is relatively high.
In front of Shaogao Temple, a famous commercial street, more than 300 meters in shape, human-shaped cooking and tea-covered eggshells are delicious to try. On both sides are small shops selling Japanese specialties, dolls, Japanese fans, savings cans and kimonos. I bought a Japanese doll's handwritten letter, though a little expensive, with a good texture. Made in Japan is a little expensive. There are many cosmetics stores here. Those who want to make up can buy them.
Zhongshi Commercial Street, walk to buy, eat and eat at Asakusa Temple in Tokyo, you will go to Zhongshi Commercial Street. Business Street stretches from Leimen to Asakusa Temple. It is one of the oldest commercial streets in Japan. There are many souvenirs with local characteristics that are not attractive to me, but those desserts made me feel full all the way through without any resistance.
From Raymen to Treasure Gate, there are two long rows of shops selling souvenirs and delicacies with different characteristics, which dazzles you. Along the way, there are no fewer tourists than domestic scenic spots. The items sold include pendants, folding fans, bathrobes, toys, masks, Japanese knives and other tourist souvenirs. They are of uneven quality and require wide eyes. There are some things to eat, such as shellfish, cakes, human body burning, ice cream, etc. Some will suggest standing at the entrance of the store to eat and drink before leaving. Most of them are on sale. You can buy a small portion to taste first. The price is very affordable.
Behind Leimen is Zhongshishi Shop Street, which is also one of the oldest commercial streets in Japan. There are many souvenir shops and snack shops in Shop Street. But Japanese shops usually have pictures that are prohibited from taking pictures. They need to remember these lovely goods with their eyes or Japanese currency. There are also Tianfuluo and Shallowgrass Fried Meat Cake in Dahejia, which are online Red shops in line. Never mind. Delicious food missed.
Located next to Shaogao Temple, it mainly sells human-shaped burning and Japanese specialty goods. There are a lot of delicious food here. The price is not expensive, some are very cheap, some are very special and interesting. We also bought various kinds of letters to send back to our friends.
Walking all the way from Leimen is Zhongshiding, a busy shopping street. Further ahead is Shallow Grass Temple and the Five-fold Tower.