Hello, this is Tommy.
Asakusa, a famous tourist destination in Japan, is located in the place which we can go from our office in around 15 minutes.
Today I will introduce about the popular souvenir street, Nakamise Street in Asakusa. I also went with hamaken at this time.
Nakamise is a historic shopping street, has a total length of about 250 meters, connecting the famous Kaminarimon to the Sensoji Temple, and 89 shops for visitors to a shrine worshiping.
It is now well accessible from Narita Airport, and tourists from all over the world visit there as a place to easily buy Japanese souvenirs.
Let's Walk On
The entrance is Kaminarimon gate. Many people take a photo here.
Nakamise Shipping Street
After you pass through the Kaminarimon gate, the shopping streets with a retro atmosphere spread!
Check Souvenir Shop
Up to next, chopsticks. You can choose your favorite design and size from among hundreds of types. There were some shops which will put their name on the spot soon.
Walk & Eat
Not only souvenirs, there are plenty of shops that you can eat.
Soft cream shop is popular on hot days.
Here is Osenbei(rice cracker.)! It must be delicious.
There are lots of other temptations such as melon breads and doll cakes etc., so be careful about eating too much!
Arrived at Sensoji
Since there are a lot of people, it is a bit tough to walk. But if you joyfully check the shop, you will arrive at Sensoji Temple.
Not only the main hall, but also the five-storied pagoda which is next to it is spectacular.
Asakusa is jolly pleasant place!
What do you think about Asakusa? I would like you to go to Nakamise whenever you come to Japan.
Actually, Asakusa is full of fun sightseeing spots and souvenir spots besides Nakamise.
Since I could not write all at this time, I will introduce again next time. Please look forward to it!
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