Five-Storied Pagoda Asakusa in Tokyo

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Five-Storied Pagoda Asakusa
Also known as:Asakusa Pagoda
Also known as:Sensoji Temple

2-3-1 Asakusa, Taito-ku, Tokyo Japan
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  I like the Asakusa Temple complex, because it is in the middle of town. It has a special admosphere, quite relaxing.The pagode is a building style with much symbol in it.It's nice to sit on a bench and just watch the people (Japanese, and other western Tourists).The street with souvenir shops is good to buy some things for the "home".

marc - Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007 @ 9:49am