Nakamise street in Asakusa Tokyo Japan. For touristy Japanese knickknacks, the best places to shop are Nakamise in Asakusa and the Oriental Bazaar in Omotesando, which stock all the kitschy things like kanji-emblazoned T-shirts, foreigner-sized kimonos, ninja outfits for kids and ersatz samurai swords that can be surprisingly difficult to find elsewhere.

Nakamise street in Asakusa Tokyo Japan. For touristy Japanese knickknacks, the best places to shop are Nakamise in Asakusa and the Oriental Bazaar in Omotesando, which stock all the kitschy things like kanji-emblazoned T-shirts, foreigner-sized kimonos, ninja outfits for kids and ersatz samurai swords that can be surprisingly difficult to find elsewhere.

Japanese poem Haiku by Basho MATSUO (1644~1694) "“the clouds come and go / providing a rest for all / the moon viewers”

Japanese poem Haiku by Basho MATSUO (1644~1694) "“the clouds come and go / providing a rest for all / the moon viewers”

Tanakacho Narazuke Pickles Shop since 1789 (Kyoto, Japan)

Tanakacho Narazuke Pickles Shop since 1789 (Kyoto, Japan)

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