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Sensō-ji

Sensō-ji is Tokyo’s oldest and most visited Buddhist temple. It is dedicated to is dedicated to the bodhisattva Kannon (the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy). The ally leading up to the entrance to the temple is lined with little shops, where crafts and souvenirs are sold. 120 more words

Tokyo

Prefecture #1: TOKYO (Japan Travel)

It’s been about 3 years since I came to Japan for the first time and I wanted to recount a few of the places I enjoyed the most in Tokyo for others to gather ideas for their future trips! 330 more words

JET Program

I am not Afraid of Getting Lost! For I am Learning to Navigate Japan

This past weekend, I made the decision to get out of my comfort zone. One could argue that I had done that by leaving for a country where I don’t even know the language. 612 more words

Temple Japan

I like sweets in Asakusa, Japan

I’d sometimes took part in the Asakusa sweets tour. Most of all members in the tour were male and they had a weakness for sweets. I always looked forward to the tour every month. 34 more words

Japan

Lost and Found

Day 1, Tokyo – It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you don’t stop.

At 9 AM in the morning, it was my first day in Japan. 2,356 more words

Japan

The midnight bus to Tokyo

We’d been talking about getting a run to Tokyo for ages and this week we finally got around to it. Here’s the lowdown.

On to the Next One

Alas, the prodigal son has returned.

That is to say, after several weeks of procrastination, I’m blogging again. Initially, I had hoped to write some introspective, profound reflection on my summer in Morocco. 910 more words