Vacationers DRESSED in kimonos and riding rickshaws are a typical sight in Tokyo’s Asakusa locale. The somewhat raised view from a rickshaw lifts the spirits and can be an approach to rediscover Asakusa’s charms.
English, Chinese, Spanish – an ensemble of dialects can be heard around Kaminarimon Gate at Sensoji Temple.
“Going for a walk in a leased kimono, rickshaws and Japanese nourishment – packaging these three backbones is a proficient method for getting a charge out of Asakusa the travel industry minus…
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