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Asakusa Sanja Matsuri parade 13/17 The parade passing under the Kaminarimon gate -the huge chochin lantern-trademark of the gate is being collapsed during the matsuri to allow the floats and omikoshi to pass. #Asakusa, #Sanja, #Matsuri, #parade, #Kaminarimon, Taken on May 16, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sanja Matsuri parade 13/17 The parade passing under the Kaminarimon gate -the huge chochin lantern-trademark of the gate is being collapsed during the matsuri to allow the floats and omikoshi to pass. #Asakusa, #Sanja, #Matsuri, #parade, #Kaminarimon, Taken on May 16, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Shirasagi no Mai 2/10 The white heron dancers pass from Sensoji's entrance and bow to the deity Kanon. #Asakusa, #Shirasagi, #white, #heron, #dance, #Sensoji November 3, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Shirasagi no Mai 2/10 The white heron dancers pass from Sensoji's entrance and bow to the deity Kanon. #Asakusa, #Shirasagi, #white, #heron, #dance, #Sensoji November 3, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Shirasagi no Mai 3/10 After the dancers follows a man holding an enormous umbrella -he is also part of the procession-dance. #Asakusa, #Shirasagi, #white, #heron, #dance, #Sensoji November 3, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Shirasagi no Mai 3/10 After the dancers follows a man holding an enormous umbrella -he is also part of the procession-dance. #Asakusa, #Shirasagi, #white, #heron, #dance, #Sensoji November 3, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

More Sanja Matsuri chochin lanterns in Asakusa's newest shopping street/gallery, the Shin-Nakamise crossing the historical Nakamise that leads to Sensoji Temple 2/3 #Asakusa, #Shin-Nakamise, #chochin, #lanterns #Sanja, #Matsuri Taken on May 5, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

More Sanja Matsuri chochin lanterns in Asakusa's newest shopping street/gallery, the Shin-Nakamise crossing the historical Nakamise that leads to Sensoji Temple 2/3 #Asakusa, #Shin-Nakamise, #chochin, #lanterns #Sanja, #Matsuri Taken on May 5, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Jinja Doage 1/9 March 17 is a big day for Asakusa Jinja shrine and Asakusa in general: it is the eve of the anniversary of the founding of Sensoji Temple so the three kami enshrined in the Asakusa Jinja are brought to Sensoji (in their omikoshi divine palanquins). This is called “doage” i.e. “going up the temple” and the shrine’s community had gathered from early in the evening to make it happen. #Asakusa, #Jinja, #doage, #Sensoji, #omikoshi March, 17 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Jinja Doage 1/9 March 17 is a big day for Asakusa Jinja shrine and Asakusa in general: it is the eve of the anniversary of the founding of Sensoji Temple so the three kami enshrined in the Asakusa Jinja are brought to Sensoji (in their omikoshi divine palanquins). This is called “doage” i.e. “going up the temple” and the shrine’s community had gathered from early in the evening to make it happen. #Asakusa, #Jinja, #doage, #Sensoji, #omikoshi March, 17 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

The "Asakusa Engei Hall" at the Rokku built in 1964 as an annex to the "Toyo Gekijo", a reincarnation of the strip-hall "Asakusa France-za" (hence its full name: "Asakusa France-za Engeijo Toyokan") Besides rakugo, it features some of the best comedy in Tokyo spanning over 200 years; the term for this sort of entertainment is "yose"

The "Asakusa Engei Hall" at the Rokku built in 1964 as an annex to the "Toyo Gekijo", a reincarnation of the strip-hall "Asakusa France-za" (hence its full name: "Asakusa France-za Engeijo Toyokan") Besides rakugo, it features some of the best comedy in Tokyo spanning over 200 years; the term for this sort of entertainment is "yose"

Asakusa/Torigoe Matsuri 11/13 The last day of the Torigoe Matsuri: tekomai geisha at the head of the procession featuring the sengan (3750 kg) omikoshi of the Torigoe Jinja shrine.  #Asakusa, #Torigoe, #matsuri, #omikoshi, Taken on June 8, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa/Torigoe Matsuri 11/13 The last day of the Torigoe Matsuri: tekomai geisha at the head of the procession featuring the sengan (3750 kg) omikoshi of the Torigoe Jinja shrine. #Asakusa, #Torigoe, #matsuri, #omikoshi, Taken on June 8, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Out of Nakamise Dori/Street's 88 shops, "Okadaya" (http://www2.odn.ne.jp/okadaya/) at the left side, just before you reach the corner of Denpoin Dori/Str. is the one opening first each and every day, winter or summer. They specialize in umbrellas (always a handy object in Japan -not just Asakusa) but you can also get the usual assortment of souvenirs as well.  #Asakusa,  #Nakamise, #Okadaya Taken on June 11, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Out of Nakamise Dori/Street's 88 shops, "Okadaya" (http://www2.odn.ne.jp/okadaya/) at the left side, just before you reach the corner of Denpoin Dori/Str. is the one opening first each and every day, winter or summer. They specialize in umbrellas (always a handy object in Japan -not just Asakusa) but you can also get the usual assortment of souvenirs as well. #Asakusa, #Nakamise, #Okadaya Taken on June 11, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Honsha Mikoshi Mitamaire 5/6 Representatives of the various chonaikai (neighborhood associations) gathered in front of the warehouse for the mitamaire ceremony. #Asakusa, #omikoshi, #honsha, #Jinja, #mitamaire, #chonaikai May 12, 2016 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Honsha Mikoshi Mitamaire 5/6 Representatives of the various chonaikai (neighborhood associations) gathered in front of the warehouse for the mitamaire ceremony. #Asakusa, #omikoshi, #honsha, #Jinja, #mitamaire, #chonaikai May 12, 2016 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Mamemaki 12/12 This is Asakusa so kimono are not limited to geisha or the furisode-san: some of the visitors to the mamemaki were wandering around the food-stalls set up for the event dressed in splendid kimono and defying the biting cold. #Asakusa, #mamemaki, #Sensoji, #setsubun, #kimono February 3, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Mamemaki 12/12 This is Asakusa so kimono are not limited to geisha or the furisode-san: some of the visitors to the mamemaki were wandering around the food-stalls set up for the event dressed in splendid kimono and defying the biting cold. #Asakusa, #mamemaki, #Sensoji, #setsubun, #kimono February 3, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

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