|The street that crosses the Azumabashi bridge is
Kaminarimon-dori. Passing through the famous Kaminarimon gate along the street
will bring you to Nakamise, an area filled with small shops selling all kinds
of traditional Japanese goods, including candy, toys, and various knick-knacks.
This street, which leads to the temple Sensoji, is a great place to look for souvenirs.
Many of the shops have been open since the Edo period, and this is one of the
most popular spots in Tokyo among foreign visitors. While the area is bustling
in the daytime, the shops tend to close quite early. By 8:00 PM the place is deserted,
so visitors are advised to go before evening arrives.