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Shinjuku at Night

Another ordinary night scene from Nishi-Shinjuku. Nishi(=West) Shinjuku is a big business area, where you can see lots of skyscrapers.

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Walking in Yanesen (2/2)

More photos from the festival, which took place in Yanesen Area. The word "Yanesen" is coming from the names of 3 areas that consists Yanesen – Yanaka, Nezu, Sendagi.

Here's a great article about Yanaka and Yanesen on diji-joho Tokyo:

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Walking in Yanesen (1/2)

Found an old style senbei (rice cracker) shop while we were walking around Yanesen area in Tokyo.

Yanesen area is one of Tokyo's shitamachi areas, which used to be areas for merchants and artisans. There, you can still find flavorful essences of traditional cultures.

This Yanesen area had become more and more popular among people who love nostalgic side of this big city. Time Magazine has covered this area:,31542,1931376,00.html

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Grill on Shichirin

Shichirin is a table-top grill you sometimes see at Japanese BBQ places. It's got charcoals inside.
Nice way to grill little portion at a time while you enjoy conversation over the table.

More on Wiki:

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Ice Cold

Now it's the end of August but still hot in Tokyo. Some stores / restaurants display big chunk ice around their entrances. It's a summer tradition to keep your sights cool!

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Runin’ in the City

A shot of busy city life. A working man and woman running in front of a classic photo booth.

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Sumo Central – Ryogoku Kokugikan

Ryogoku Kokugikan is a big arena hall for Sumo. You can find these drawings of Sumo wrestlers on the outside wall of the hall.

Some information from Wikipedia:
Ryōgoku Kokugikan (両国国技館 Ryōgoku Kokugi-kan), is an indoor sporting arena located in the Ryōgoku neighborhood of Sumida, one of the 23 wards of Tokyo in Japan, next to the Edo-Tokyo Museum.
It is the third building built in Tokyo associated with the name kokugikan. The current building was opened in 1985 and has a capacity of 13,000 people.
It is mainly used for sumo wrestling tournaments (honbasho) and hosts the hatsu (new year) basho in January, the natsu (summer) basho in May, and the aki (autumn) basho in September. It also houses a museum about sumo.


More info on Wiki:


(Photo by Goki, from Wikipedia)

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Old-Fashioned Tokyo

This city is not only for skyscrapers and electronics. In many areas in Tokyo, you can still find nostalgic scenery like there. An old-fashioned store which sells miscellaneous stuff & bamboo trees found in front of a temple.

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Vending machines are everywhere

You can find vending machines everywhere in Japan. In a city or in a country side, in a store or on a street, it doesn't matter where the place is. If you look for it, you can find one so easily. It's hard to be thirsty in this country.

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