Hot Sweet Sake
Hot Sweet Potato
Rate:10/10 wow so sweet
Rate:10/10 wow so sweet
Rare Cheese Cake
Mochi Soy Sauce,Seaweed,and Salty Sweet
Japanese Matcha Sweet Sa Wa Wa:
Special Green Tea Icecream
Rate:10/10 wow so creamy and richy
Matcha Sweets Warabimochi
Rate:10/10 wow so nice
It was so cold weekend... Recently, I often see the girls who wear kimono in tourist spot.
But they are not real Japanese. They are tourist from abroad.
There are many kimono rental shop now. Yes, lend kimono to the tourist looks very good business.
However they don't teach basic behavior when wearing kimono.
And sometimes, they lend summer kimono to the tourist in such a cold day...
4 2912 hours ago
Our restaurant provides only the most carefully selected Japanese Wagyu beef, Matsusaka Beef and Sake (Japanese Rice Wine) .
Name: Oniku no Osushi Asakusa, Tokyo
Address: 2-6-14 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo 111-0032
A popular diner in Gion, Kyoto, “Oniku no Osushi” has finally arrived in Tokyo in which you can fully taste one of the distinctive Japanese Beef (Wagyu), Matsusaka Beef!
One of the biggest attraction and the oldest temple in Tokyo: Sensō-Ji / 浅草寺 / Asakusa Kannon Temple.
The temple is dedicated to the goddess Kannon. According to legend, a statue of the Kannon was found in the Sumida River in 628 by two fishermen, the brothers Hinokuma Hamanari and Hinokuma Takenari. The chief of their village, Hajino Nakamoto, recognized the sanctity of the statue and enshrined it by remodeling his own house into a small temple in Asakusa so that the villagers could worship Kannon.
It was quite impressive, between the five stories Pagoda, the gates (you don't want to get smacked by that sandal 😅), the Nakamise street market (and the delish snacks) and just the crowd. Definitely a spot to do first thing in the morning or after dark because it.is.very.crowded. Also, this temple as for other don't allow pictures past the stairs. While it was oppulent (but Higashi Onganji in Kyoto took the cake for the interiors), visitors can queue to pray although you are not allowed to go to the back to the temple .
We tried our luck with the omikuji, which are written fortunes. Offer ¥100, shake a metalic box to reveal a stick with a number, and pick up the associated omikuji to see if you will have good fortune. If it is good, like mine, you keep the omikuji/good fortune with you. If it is bad, like Don's, you attach it to an omikuji tree to leave it behind. 😀
0 138 December, 2019
are we on the hunt for fortunes at senso-ji temple or for street food at #nakamise ?!
19km of walking 👣 around in Tokyo makes us very tired. But in the end we found a Christmas market🎄🤶 at Skytree and had hot wine 🍷🔥😍😇 It was an amazing day with too many impressions to show them all.
My legs and specially feet need to get a quick recover for the next day 😇🇯🇵😊
It’s a perfect time to stroll the streets of Tokyo with grace and charm in your lovely kimono👘✨🥰
Cause it’s another long weekend in Japan🇯🇵
Respect for the Aged Day, or Keiro-no-Hi/敬老の日👵🏼👴🏼, is a national public holiday in Japan💞 As the name suggests, it’s a day to honor and respect the country’s elderly citizens🥳 It is held on the third Monday of September each year🤙🏼