We planned to spend a whole morning in this famous old section of Tokyo. However, the walk around both Sensō-ji Temple and Nakamise Shopping Street took us less than an hour. (If you plan to do a lot of shopping at the market, maybe you can fill the whole morning.) Our lunch reservation at Waentei-Kikko was still two hours away so we decided to take another stroll through the area and search for the most popular restaurants/food stands based on queue length. We found the longest lines outside the Japanese-burger shop, Asakusa Menchi (浅草メンチ) and the 100+ year old tempura restaurant, Tempura Daikokuya (大黑家天婦羅). There are also traditional Japanese rickshaws for hire if you to tour the area in an old-fashioned way.