Week Seven in Tokyo!




Nakamise Shopping Street in Asakusa, Tokyo. There are many outdoor vendors selling souvenirs and traditional Japanese foods, and the street leads to the Senso-ji Temple.

Senso-ji Temple, Tokyo’s oldest temple!

The main hall of the Senso-ji Temple.

Traditional Japanese decorations hung in Tokyo.

The 5-storied Pagoda at Senso-ji Temple. A Pagoda is where the ashes of Buddha are stored.

Some of the many unique Kit-Kat flavors sold here in Japan!

A canal I stumbled upon in the Higashi-Nihombashi neighborhood of Tokyo.

Harajuku’s Takeshita Street, which is a popular pedestrian street with lots of shops and street foods.

A cookie and ice cream shop in Harajuku!

A shop selling beautiful traditional Japanese hand fans!



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