If you go to shrines in Japan, usually there is a gate in front of the shrine.
I have never had this drink before but once I had it, I came to like it.
Shibuya is famous for its scramble crossing. For Japanese people, it’s not something so interesting but for many oversea visitors, it seems amazing to see all those people crisscrossing the diagonal cross walk.
I have not yet concluded my last walking – started from Nezu and arrived at Ueno Park. The last stretch of the walk is around Ueno Park area. There are some interesting architecture. Due to its long history and culture of the area, there are many traditional houses. And after Edo Government of Shogun finished…
Bunkamura Museum of Arts is presenting Ukiyoe paintings by Kunisada and Kuniyoshi. They are the collection of Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the exhibition will finish on June 5th. Last chance to see those colorful energetic and vivid paintings.
I haven’t yet finished my previous walking post of Ueno area but it takes a while to conclude it. But I did another walking recently, so today, I am going to post some photos. Kyu-Furukawa Garden used to be a house of Baron in early 20th century. There is a western-style residence which was designed…
My last walking post ended at Gokokuin Temple in Yanaka area. This is near from Ueno Park so today, I will extend this walking route to Ueno Park which is famous for the cherry blossom viewing. Walking around Gokokuin Temple, you may find interesting architecture, some old and traditional, some modern and unique.