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It's the sakura (cherry blossom) season so it was only fitting we would cross the Sakurabashi (aka "Cherry-bossom bridge") from Asakusa over to Mukojima and get to "Chomeiji" (http://www.sakura-mochi.com/). Unimpressive as it might seem at first glance, the "Chomeiji" has been standing there since 1707 and is the creator of the Edo style "sakuramochi" sweet. 1/3 Taken on March 30, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

It's the sakura (cherry blossom) season so it was only fitting we would cross the Sakurabashi (aka "Cherry-bossom bridge") from Asakusa over to Mukojima and get to "Chomeiji" (http://www.sakura-mochi.com/). Unimpressive as it might seem at first glance, the "Chomeiji" has been standing there since 1707 and is the creator of the Edo style "sakuramochi" sweet. 1/3 Taken on March 30, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

We've mentioned "Bannai" (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/196047390005084465/) a ramen restaurant across the street from Komagata Bridge before. Here is how it looks from the outside. 1/3 #Asakusa, #Bannai, #ramen, #Komagata October, 28 2015 © 2015 Grigoris A. Miliaresis

We've mentioned "Bannai" (https://www.pinterest.com/pin/196047390005084465/) a ramen restaurant across the street from Komagata Bridge before. Here is how it looks from the outside. 1/3 #Asakusa, #Bannai, #ramen, #Komagata October, 28 2015 © 2015 Grigoris A. Miliaresis

The Edo-style koban (police box/guardhouse) at the corner of Kaminarimon Dori/Street and Edo Dori/Street in the entrance of Azumabashi bridge. Even the police tries to stay in character in Asakusa!Taken on December 17, 2013. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

The Edo-style koban (police box/guardhouse) at the corner of Kaminarimon Dori/Street and Edo Dori/Street in the entrance of Azumabashi bridge. Even the police tries to stay in character in Asakusa!Taken on December 17, 2013. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

A small alley right in the eastern entrance of Kaminarimon Dori/Street (i.e. from the Sumida River/Azumabashi Bridge) whose only purpose seems to be to act as a passage between the Ginza Line (exit 2) and the Asakusa Line (exit A4). But if you look closely to the lamp-posts, a grand name pops-up: "Kaminarimon Ichinomiya Shotenkai" i.e. "Most important shrine Business Association" What's going on? 1/3 Taken on April 2, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

A small alley right in the eastern entrance of Kaminarimon Dori/Street (i.e. from the Sumida River/Azumabashi Bridge) whose only purpose seems to be to act as a passage between the Ginza Line (exit 2) and the Asakusa Line (exit A4). But if you look closely to the lamp-posts, a grand name pops-up: "Kaminarimon Ichinomiya Shotenkai" i.e. "Most important shrine Business Association" What's going on? 1/3 Taken on April 2, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Early this rainy morning at the scramble crossing in front of Kaminarimon, looking east towards the river and Azumabashi bridge. Yes the clouds were so thick that a certain element dominating Asakusa's skyline is almost missing (look closer!) Taken on April 4, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Early this rainy morning at the scramble crossing in front of Kaminarimon, looking east towards the river and Azumabashi bridge. Yes the clouds were so thick that a certain element dominating Asakusa's skyline is almost missing (look closer!) Taken on April 4, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai 9/25 Many try their luck at the opposite side of Azumabashi Bridge and the river, at the Sumida Ward (the fireworks look great from there too) #Asakusa, #fireworks, #Sumida, #hanabi, #taikai, #yukata, #kimono, #Azumabashi, #bridge July 26, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai 9/25 Many try their luck at the opposite side of Azumabashi Bridge and the river, at the Sumida Ward (the fireworks look great from there too) #Asakusa, #fireworks, #Sumida, #hanabi, #taikai, #yukata, #kimono, #Azumabashi, #bridge July 26, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

The six Jizo, called the Six Great Jizo of Edo guarded the city's entrances; Tozenji's Jizo guarded the entrance of Oshukaido, the road connecting Edo to Fukushima. #Asakusa, #Jizo, #Oshukaido, #Fukushima 3/3 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

The six Jizo, called the Six Great Jizo of Edo guarded the city's entrances; Tozenji's Jizo guarded the entrance of Oshukaido, the road connecting Edo to Fukushima. #Asakusa, #Jizo, #Oshukaido, #Fukushima 3/3 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Sanja Matsuri preparations continue in Asakusa: scaffolds with chochin lanterns donated by various local businesses start appearing in various streets. 1/2 Taken on April 20, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Sanja Matsuri preparations continue in Asakusa: scaffolds with chochin lanterns donated by various local businesses start appearing in various streets. 1/2 Taken on April 20, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sanja Matsuri 5/10 And of course Asakusa Jinja's stage is always filled with musicians playing matsuri music! #Asakusa, #Sanja, #Matsuri, #stage, #music, #Jinja May 16, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sanja Matsuri 5/10 And of course Asakusa Jinja's stage is always filled with musicians playing matsuri music! #Asakusa, #Sanja, #Matsuri, #stage, #music, #Jinja May 16, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Rainy night in the garden of "Charyo Ichimatsu" (http://www.ichimatsu.co.jp/) one of Asakusa's premier spots for wafu (classic Japanese style) dining. Taken on March 5, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Rainy night in the garden of "Charyo Ichimatsu" (http://www.ichimatsu.co.jp/) one of Asakusa's premier spots for wafu (classic Japanese style) dining. Taken on March 5, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

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