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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

The Meguro river in Tokyo.

外国人「日本の風景に感激したよ、桜の花びらが川を埋め尽くしてるんだ…」海外の反応いろいろ

Beautiful Buddhist Temple in Asakusa

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

伏見稲荷大社 Torii gates in winter's snow

The Torii gates of Japan seems to be very simple but has geometric shapes and figures and has symmetry.

Airbus A340 Cockpit

Airbus Interior view of the cockpit in various phases of flight.

Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain A view of Union Place in Spitalfields

Spitalfields nippers: rare photographs of London street kids in 1901 – in pictures

Credit: Horace Warner/The Religious Society of Friends in Britain A view of Union Place in Spitalfields

101 things to see in Tokyo

A team of Japanese animators and engineers plans built a moving tall Gundam robot, in a nod to millions of science fiction fans.

Suica vs Pasmo Card in Japan by Myfunfoodiary... will need this when I go to Japan

I'm going to share one of the most-important tips when traveling around Tokyo; Purchasing a Japan Train Ticket - SUICA and PASMO Travel Card was really useful. The first thing we did when arriving in Tokyo is to buy a travel card named SUICA and Pasmo.

Digital Illustration, Japan, Anime Scenery, Backpacking Backpacks, Anime Art Fantasy, Environment Concept, Trips, Kawaii Anime, Kyoto

Kappabashi Street is an amazing street in Tokyo with dozens of stores catering to chefs and home cooks. The selection of kitchen goods is truly second to none.

Shopping on Tokyo's Kappabashi Street

Kappabashi Street is an amazing street in Tokyo Japan with dozens of stores catering to chefs and home cooks. The selection of kitchen goods is truly second to none. Plus, it's the best place to shop for Tokyo souvenirs and Japanese kitchen knives.

#PinUpLive - A guide to Japanese snacks and treats! Insider knowledge right here folks - This is a review from someone that went on this Viator Tour!

Talking Snack in Tokyo: Top 10 Must-Have Treats in Japan’s Capital City