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Tokyo you are adorable! Can't wait to go back!!!  Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan<< YOU ARE SO LUCKY PERSON!!!! I wish I could go there!!!

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Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan 新宿 東京 Want to visit Japan someday!

Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan - UWAH!! They have so many amazing shops at this temple lining the pathway.

Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan - Lots of little shops and food vendors lining the small street that leads up to Senso-ji temple.

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A typical Japanese drinking establishment at night, recognizable by its akachochin.

Nakamise Dori (a big shopping street in Asakusa) and the front of Senso-ji in the spring.

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

Zojoji Temple, Tokyo ; "Joya no Kane"-In Japan, they ring the bell in the temple in the evening of New Year's Eve. We call it "Joya no Kane". According to Buddhist beliefs, 108 is the number of passions and desires entrapping us in the cycle of suffering and reincarnation. So, the 108 bell chimes symbolize the purification from the 108 delusions and sufferings accumulated in the past year.

"Joya no Kane"-In Japan, they ring the bell in the temple in the evening of New Year's Eve. We call it "Joya no Kane".

Lanterns at the Yasukuni shrine matsuuri, Tokyo (July 14th-16th), Japan by mikeintokyo, via Flickr. S)

Lanterns at Yasukuni shrine, Tokyo, Japan.It is a lantern for every spirits of the heroic dead who protected our country and died. Yasukuni shrine is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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