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First Day Tokyo Asakusa Shrine

MORNING CALL 6AM... and by 7.30, we were out from the hotel to our next destination, that is Asakusa Shrine, one of Tokyo's oldest temple and has been now designated as an important cultural property of Japan.

Oh, I think before we proceeded to the Shrine, we stopped by a park for cherry blossom photo taking, it was just half an hour....
JAL City Hotel where we put up a night.... 
Forgot the name of this place, it is not listed in the itinerary.... 
At the Asakusa Shrine where tourists were here, there and everywhere.... 
Lots of foodstuff and souvenirs... 
No, I did not buy anything here... 
Just tasted some snacks and ice cream.... 
Need to walk a lot but I love it... 
Despite the cold weather, I still wanna try the ice cream!
And of course, snacks here and there... I just could not resist!
For lunch, these were served.... 
Healthy food... oil-less....
Except for some fried chicken... :)
The place we took our lunch....
Next destination... Tokyo Tower!

Comments

  1. Yes, must eat the ice cream even though it is cold.

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  2. I love conducted tours, just eat, sleep and follow... Relaxing, and that is what holidays should be. Not so stressful and tiring.

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    1. But only thing is have to wake up very early!

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  3. Wah...so nice to be in Japan! I will surely love the food. Authentic Japanese makan!

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  4. shioknyer seeing all these sakura and eating ice cream in the cold weather!

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  5. Lovely photos, look at the sakura and blue sky, so gorgeous

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  6. Oh my. The photos of the trees, so beautiful. Eating ice cream on cold weather is fun!! Somehow the ice cream doesn't taste that cold.

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  7. Wow! Your pinky jacket makes you look so young like a teenager!
    Nice photos!

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    1. My friend bought me two of the same color shade! hahaaha..

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