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Burning Joss Sticks at Sensoji Temple

I went to SensoJi Temple today to burn joss sticks. Like the rest of humanity, I have some wishes, too. 😉

I went there on late afternoon when students and working people were done with their daily routine. So, that’s why it was crowded.

Youngsters came in fashionable but strange kind of way. In front of a temple are shops for souvenirs—from trinkets to local specialties to kimonos. There’s also a booth where you can wear a kimono and be a geisha, complete with make-up sets. I really wanted to try that but shyness overcame me. 

In one of the shops, I tried to bargain a 1000-yen bag but to no available. I need an extra bag now because I bought a lot of shit. I was actually embarrassed of even trying to bargain. I thought it’s just like China. LOL…

JAPAN IS THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN

Anyway, here are some photos I’ve taken at Sensoji Temple today.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Sensoji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Senso-ji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Senso-ji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Senso-ji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

Senso-ji Temple is a Buddhist Temple in Tokyo, Japan.

JAPAN IS THE LAND OF THE RISING SUN

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