The best time to explore Tokyo's district of Asakusa is in the evening, where there are less tourists and more locals. Mingle with city folk while having a taste of Japanese craft beer and sake and learn about the country's rice wine culture. You'll even be dropping by a lit up Asakusa Sensoji Temple before proceeding to a local izakaya (pub or bar in Japanese) where you'll be trying out some more drinks and meals. The fun doesn't stop there because your last stop will be a restaurant where you'll be trying out some monjayaki, a popular savory pancake which Tokyo residents love. This is definitely a tour for anyone who loves to drink and eat and would like to experience the night life through a local's perspective.