Last weekend, Sanja Matsuri, one of three great Shinto festivals in Tokyo, was held in Asakusa, where 1.6 million people visited to enjoy various events, venders…
A Japanese TV show did a survey of foreign tourists in [W:Asakusa], Tokyo, and this is the result of the popular souvenirs top 10. #1: Jika-tabiJapanese traditional footwear known as…
Asakusa is a part of Taito-ku, Tokyo, and it’s one of the major Japanese tourist sites for foreigners. Everyday, tourists crowd into the Sensoji Temple, which was founded in 628….
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