visit sumida




SAKAMOTO SENBEI is a hand grilled rice cracker shop in Shitamachi (Old Tokyo) that was founded in 1932. The best-sellers are the rice crackers with original print. Dumplings are sold exclusively on Saturdays and Ohagi is sold exclusively on Wednesdays at the front of the shop.



Mukojima Umebachiya [向じま 梅鉢屋]

We make sweets stewed in Edo Sugar. The recipe has been passed down from generation to generation, and we are the only shop that makes these treats of fresh fruits and vegetables stewed in only sugar. These are rare and precious sweets and whoever receives them as a gift is sure to be overjoyed.



Boulangerie TROIS [ブーランジェリー・トロワ]

Boulangerie TROIS is the bakery with the eye-catching red door in front of Mukojima Hyakkaen. Our skilled staff bakes our bread with care and you can enjoy the sight of rows of fresh bread every day.



Tsukada Kobo [塚田工房]

We are an Edo Kimekomi Doll workshop and shop that was founded in 1841. There is also a small museum in our workshop, and you can try various workshops as well. Please make a reservation for the museum and the workshops.



Yakushi-yu[百種の日替わり湯 向島銭湯 薬師湯]

We are a public bath that opened in 1931. Our bath is the closest one to TOKYO SKYTREE. There are over 100 varieties of medicinal baths that change daily all throughout the year. The water used is natural water from Mukojima. You can come without bringing anything! You can use the shampoo in the bathing area, and we have rental towels available as well. We also sell our own original Yakushi-yu bath additives.



Wagashi Dokoro Nagashima [和菓子処 ながしま]

Founded 80 years ago, Wagashi Dokoro Nagashima has been run by the family for three generations. Enjoy handmade Japanese traditional sweets made every day. We also have seasonal products. You can see the TOKYO SKYTREE on the opposite side of the river near our shop.



Meat Shop OMI [ミートショップ 臣]

Meat Shop OMI has been run by two generations for over thirty years. We offer freshly fried deli items and yummy roast pork.



Small Museum of Books About Glass [小さな硝子の本の博物館]

We are a glass workshop in Sumida Ward that was founded in 1922 where glass craftsmen make handblown glass products. We have a wide selection of souvenirs as well. You can freely read 850 books about glass here. You can also take part in a glass engraving workshop (a reservation is required).



Handmade Baked Sweets Shop Olive Tree [手作り焼き菓子の店 オリーブの木]

We are a baked confectioneries shop that opened in 2016 near TOKYO SKYTREE. Each sweet is carefully baked one by one. Your family and friends are sure to be happy if you bring our sweets back home or give them as a present.



Oshiage onsen Daikokuyu [押上温泉 大黒湯]

We are the closest natural onsen (hot spring) public bath to the TOKYO SKYTREE. You can gaze at TOKYO SKYTREE while enjoying our outdoor bath. You can rent towels, and we also have shampoo and body soap available in the bathing area.



Tohkoma Sporting Goods Co.,Ltd. [東駒スポーツ用品 株式会社]

Our baseball glove shop was founded in 1962. The skill of the craftsmen who work at our shop in Old Tokyo are excellent. Our gloves are used by professional baseball players.



Hair & Make-Up Igre [ヘア メイク イグレ]

You will feel at home in our salon with a warm, wooden exterior. Our salon is barrier-free, so people in wheelchairs or with strollers can enter easily. In addition to hair styling, we do kimono fittings and make-up as well.



TAIYAKI Kouchan! [たい焼き こうちゃん!]

We fill our taiyaki (fish-shaped cakes) with our own original handmade sweet red bean jam made with azuki beans from Hokkaido. We also have taiyaki filled with fluffy and rich custard cream that is not so sweet. Our taiyaki have a crispy and thin crust that is not made with eggs.



Mikokuyu [御谷湯]

We are a sento (public bath) with a warm atmosphere because we use wood wherever possible. You can enjoy the medicinal bath of the day that uses water from a natural hot spring, as well as a “massage bath”. You can see TOKYO SKYTREE from the window.



MERIKOTI [メリコティ]

We specialize in selling cloth zouri (Japanese-style sandals) made with specialty thread, toe socks and tabi socks (socks that separate the big toe from the other toes; typically worn with zouri). We also hold workshops where you can make your own cloth zouri. We are a 5 minute walk from Ryogoku Station on the Toei Oedo Line, close to The Sumida Hokusai Museum.




Dedicated to hand-dying, this factory specializes in Edo Sarasa (Chintz) and Edo Komon; the latter consisting of small dots arranged to form larger designs. We also offer factory-direct sales. In addition we offer hands-on experience classes.



Chocolatier KAWAJI [ショコラティエ 川路]

Our confections consist of a hybrid of chocolate and traditional Japanese patterns. Our best seller is “Amakoji”, which is shaped like a Japanese fan. Our shop is located on the way to the Skytree from Kaminarimon on foot.




Our factory shop is located on Hokusai Street. Our T-shirts, prints and other printed goods are printed and sold on site in our in-house printing factory. We also sell stationery and individually-handcrafted books bound in a traditional Japanese style.



Araiyu [荒井湯]

Founded in 1950. This public bath was constructed in the Miyazukuri style; a rare historical temple-style architecture. The mural painting on a its bathroom wall was taken from a print by Katsushika Hokusai's "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji (Fugaku Sanjuurokkei)", since Sumida-ward is Hokusai's former hometown. Araiyu offers low-temperature, mid-temperature and high-temperature baths in addition to a daily special herbal bath and a jet-bath. You can enjoy the feel of a traditional downtown Tokyo neighborhood.