Kawagoe has an area is called “little edo”, since the buildings are still like they were in the Edo period. Last weekend, we went to the Little Edo to feel the old Tokyo.
My host mother is helping Amanda put on her yukata for a walk outside.
Finished! So pretty! Thanks for my host mother letting us borrow her yukata and for the hand made flower too.
These Japanese style boxes are actually lunch boxes.
Neat setting in Izakaya(居酒屋)
A knife store in Kawagoe. I was surprised by the elaborate carving on them.
An udon restaurant called Marukamejima (丸亀製面) with traditional settings.
The building in Edo period.
This is Amezaiku, candy craft in Japanese. The girl is try to blow the candy.
The currency in Edo period.
This is a bank in Edo period. It has got some western styles.