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 Japan Tokyo Asakusa Walk Caster

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Most foreign visitors to Tokyo think that Asakusa is the place to see the “old Japan”. In reality, however, although its Sensoji Temple has a history that dates back to the 7th century, the area itself did not gain mass popularity until almost the end of the Edo period. Its status as fashion trend setter grew during the Meiji period up until it lost that role along with its mass popularity at the end of WWII.

Asakusa offered Edoites escape from the drudgery of everyday life under the Tokugawa dictatorship and with its licensed quarters nearby in Yoshiwara and the Kabuki and theatres, along with foreign culture, Asakusa offered something for everyone, and still does today!

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