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We had to cross the Sumida River to take the  picture but the sign is visible from Asakusa: a laser marquee on the Asahi Beer "Golden Flame" building counting down the days to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Tokyo doesn't really have a landmark so Asakusa is its landmark! #Asakusa, #sumida, #Asahi, #Olympics, #2020 November 21, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

We had to cross the Sumida River to take the picture but the sign is visible from Asakusa: a laser marquee on the Asahi Beer "Golden Flame" building counting down the days to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Tokyo doesn't really have a landmark so Asakusa is its landmark! #Asakusa, #sumida, #Asahi, #Olympics, #2020 November 21, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

One of the landmarks of Asakusa's backstreets, the Koenrokku koban (police guardhouse) at the corner of Rokku Broadway and Okuyama Mairimachi is once again open with a new-retro look. The koban was closed for several months because of the construction of a new building next to it. #Asakusa, #koban, #Rokku, #Okuyama, #Mairimachi June 26, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

One of the landmarks of Asakusa's backstreets, the Koenrokku koban (police guardhouse) at the corner of Rokku Broadway and Okuyama Mairimachi is once again open with a new-retro look. The koban was closed for several months because of the construction of a new building next to it. #Asakusa, #koban, #Rokku, #Okuyama, #Mairimachi June 26, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Again from my Nihon Arekore blog, Asakusa's Kaminarimon after Saturday's big snow -this was taken on the morning of Sunday, February 9.

Again from my Nihon Arekore blog, Asakusa's Kaminarimon after Saturday's big snow -this was taken on the morning of Sunday, February 9.

Tokyo Fire Department Memorial in Asakusa 12/20 Some of the hardest "hashigo-nobori" (ladder acrobatics) stunts demand the hikeshi/fireman being hanged upside down. Remember; these guys are construction workers so working in heights is part of their everyday routine. #Asakusa, #firemen, #hikeshi, #memorial, #ladder, #acrobatics Taken on May 25, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Tokyo Fire Department Memorial in Asakusa 12/20 Some of the hardest "hashigo-nobori" (ladder acrobatics) stunts demand the hikeshi/fireman being hanged upside down. Remember; these guys are construction workers so working in heights is part of their everyday routine. #Asakusa, #firemen, #hikeshi, #memorial, #ladder, #acrobatics Taken on May 25, 2014. © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Attention to detail outside the men's toilets next to Asakusa's landmark, Sensoji Temple. #Asakusa, #Sensoji  December 12, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Attention to detail outside the men's toilets next to Asakusa's landmark, Sensoji Temple. #Asakusa, #Sensoji December 12, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sanja Matsuri parade 6/17 And of course a delegation of real Asakusa…

Asakusa Sanja Matsuri parade 6/17 And of course a delegation of real Asakusa…

Asakusa Tanuki Dori 8/12. Komachi Tanuki guarantees inner and outer beauty. #Asakusa, #tanuki, March 6, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Tanuki Dori 8/12. Komachi Tanuki guarantees inner and outer beauty. #Asakusa, #tanuki, March 6, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

There was a time when Asakusa was filled with kissaten (tea-houses) and cafés; many have closed but there are still several scattered around like "Bunshichi" (https://twitter.com/asakusa_bunshic) on the second floor of an otherwise nondescript building on a side street off Orange Dori. #Asakusa, #café, #Orange, #kissaten 1/5 March 13, 2016 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

There was a time when Asakusa was filled with kissaten (tea-houses) and cafés; many have closed but there are still several scattered around like "Bunshichi" (https://twitter.com/asakusa_bunshic) on the second floor of an otherwise nondescript building on a side street off Orange Dori. #Asakusa, #café, #Orange, #kissaten 1/5 March 13, 2016 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Oiran Dochu 18/19 The last act was of course the tayu herself demonstrating the ritual of the first meeting with a potential... gentleman caller. #Asakusa, #Oiran, #Dochu, #tayu November 9 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Oiran Dochu 18/19 The last act was of course the tayu herself demonstrating the ritual of the first meeting with a potential... gentleman caller. #Asakusa, #Oiran, #Dochu, #tayu November 9 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

One of Asakusa's best kept hidden treasures: a "daibutsu (big statue of Buddha) made in 1660 by Edo artist Hasegawa Masutsugu and dedicated to the over 100,000 victims of the big Meireki (or "Furisode") fire of March 2, 1657. ”Hidden" is not a figure of speech: the Kuhonji temple hosting it shares its grounds with a kindergarten so despite the size it's very easy to miss! #Asakusa, #Buddha, #Kuhonji, #Meireki June 18, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

One of Asakusa's best kept hidden treasures: a "daibutsu (big statue of Buddha) made in 1660 by Edo artist Hasegawa Masutsugu and dedicated to the over 100,000 victims of the big Meireki (or "Furisode") fire of March 2, 1657. ”Hidden" is not a figure of speech: the Kuhonji temple hosting it shares its grounds with a kindergarten so despite the size it's very easy to miss! #Asakusa, #Buddha, #Kuhonji, #Meireki June 18, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

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