Asakusa, Japan

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Good for what ails you., Asakusa, Japan travel blog

Good for what ails you.

A travel blog entry by itsem

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... the temple was destroyed in World War two bombings, though one of the entrances at the side survived and is quite old. Asakusa is a seemingly more traditional area of Tokyo, though there are lots of those life size cut-outs of people with their ...

Temples and parks, Asakusa, Japan travel blog

Temples and parks

A travel blog entry by discovereatplay


... people the whole trip. Apart from the tour group at Asakusa I think I only noticed 15-20 white people the whole trip. After Asakusa, we caught the train to Ueno and took a leisurely stroll through the park. Ueno Park is very big and contains several large ...

Samba, Samba, Asakusa, Japan travel blog

Samba, Samba

A travel blog entry by tcooper7


... ;) actually a crispy pork cutlet for take away. We made our way through the subway system and to one of the temple areas called Asakusa. When we walked out of the train station we noticed everyone lining up at the street - David called it and said it ...

Turning Japanese I really think so!, Asakusa, Japan travel blog

Turning Japanese I really think so!

A travel blog entry by tcooper7


... a devastating tsunami.  I found this article very informative. The parade was great with so many participating. I guess with 12million people ...