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Fukagawa, located on the east bank of the Sumida River, is slightly marshy, low-lying district in the downtown area of Tokyo. There are numerous canals and few main roads across the district, which makes the place very busy for moving around. As the city is the center of the network of canals, the easiest way to get around Fukagawa is by boat. The most important landmark that draws loads of visitors to this district is the famous Fukagawa Edo Museum. Banana villa a retreat of Chinese classic poet, the Tomioka Hachiman Shrine, a place famous for worship, and Sanju-San Gendo, center of archery training are some other places of interest in Fukagawa. The Fukagawa hotels in Tokyo, offer good selection of accommodation options, as per the taste and budget of the visitors. You can avail detailed information on Fukagawa hotels on Asiarooms. We provide online hotel reservations at favorable discounts. So look no further! Get best hotels deal with AsiaRooms and have a wonderful trip.
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