2017 Fall Kaia Bentsen Temple Japan

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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