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The bento lunch-boxes of "Delika Pakupaku", the small store next to the A1 exit of the Tsukuba Express line Asakusa station, stacked for the lunch rush hour. #Asakusa, #Rokku, #Tsukuba, #Express, #bento, #Delika, #Pokupoku 2/2 August 21, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

The bento lunch-boxes of "Delika Pakupaku", the small store next to the A1 exit of the Tsukuba Express line Asakusa station, stacked for the lunch rush hour. #Asakusa, #Rokku, #Tsukuba, #Express, #bento, #Delika, #Pokupoku 2/2 August 21, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai 15/25 Another impromptu food stall, this time from the sushi-ya "Nihonkai" (http://www.nihonkai-sushi.com/) on the corner of Asakusa Dori and Kokusai Dori #Asakusa, #fireworks, #Sumida, #hanabi, #taikai, #stall, #food, #Nihonkai July 26, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai 15/25 Another impromptu food stall, this time from the sushi-ya "Nihonkai" (http://www.nihonkai-sushi.com/) on the corner of Asakusa Dori and Kokusai Dori #Asakusa, #fireworks, #Sumida, #hanabi, #taikai, #stall, #food, #Nihonkai July 26, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Tuna Rice Bowl, yum. Tsukiji, Tokyo, Japan

東京和食でおもてなし!「まぐろどんぶり 瀬川」

Tuna Rice Bowl, yum. Tsukiji, Tokyo, Japan

Asakusa Tori no Ichi fair: A typical kumade -if a kumade can ever be "typical". Basically, a bamboo rake (to "rake in" good fortune) decorated with various Japanese symbols for good luck: bales of rice, carp fish, golden coins from the Edo period (1603-1868), portable shrines, branches of pine and cherry trees, cranes and the plump white face of Otafuku a female mythic character associated with good fortune, longeivity and happiness. Taken on November 27, 2013. (2/2) © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Tori no Ichi fair: A typical kumade -if a kumade can ever be "typical". Basically, a bamboo rake (to "rake in" good fortune) decorated with various Japanese symbols for good luck: bales of rice, carp fish, golden coins from the Edo period (1603-1868), portable shrines, branches of pine and cherry trees, cranes and the plump white face of Otafuku a female mythic character associated with good fortune, longeivity and happiness. Taken on November 27, 2013. (2/2) © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

An inside look at yesterday's Ryushotei Nishimura (http://www.pinterest.com/pin/196047390005070258/) on Kaminarimon Dori/Street; among their other achievements, the pastry chefs of Nishimura's are the proud inventors of the chitoseame candy presented to kids all over Japan for their 3, 5 and 7 year ceremony. #Asakusa, #Ryushotei, #Nishimura, #Kaminarimon, #chitoseame   November 17, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

An inside look at yesterday's Ryushotei Nishimura (http://www.pinterest.com/pin/196047390005070258/) on Kaminarimon Dori/Street; among their other achievements, the pastry chefs of Nishimura's are the proud inventors of the chitoseame candy presented to kids all over Japan for their 3, 5 and 7 year ceremony. #Asakusa, #Ryushotei, #Nishimura, #Kaminarimon, #chitoseame November 17, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Its rather... eccentric spelling of the word "bar" aside, "Anbai" in Kaminarimon Dori is one of Asakusa's premier sake drinking establishments with a great collection of small-brand sake from all over the country. #Asakusa, #Anbai, #Kaminarimon, #izakaya, #sake January 31, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Its rather... eccentric spelling of the word "bar" aside, "Anbai" in Kaminarimon Dori is one of Asakusa's premier sake drinking establishments with a great collection of small-brand sake from all over the country. #Asakusa, #Anbai, #Kaminarimon, #izakaya, #sake January 31, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Tori no Ichi, Day 3 5/5 ...and buyers having a last masu (traditional square measure cup of sake) before going home with their new kumade. #Asakusa, #Tori, #Ichi, #kumade, #masu, #sake November 29, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Tori no Ichi, Day 3 5/5 ...and buyers having a last masu (traditional square measure cup of sake) before going home with their new kumade. #Asakusa, #Tori, #Ichi, #kumade, #masu, #sake November 29, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Wearing a yukata when attending Bon Odori events like this one in Kappabashi's main street is almost mandatory anywhere in Japan; even more so in Asakusa! #Asakusa, #Kappabashi, #Bon, #Odori 2/2 August 8, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Wearing a yukata when attending Bon Odori events like this one in Kappabashi's main street is almost mandatory anywhere in Japan; even more so in Asakusa! #Asakusa, #Kappabashi, #Bon, #Odori 2/2 August 8, 2015 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai 13/25 With all these people coming to Asakusa for the fireworks it's a great opportunity for street vendors to offer some of the carnival food that Japan is famous for and stalls are set up in minutes! #Asakusa, #fireworks, #Sumida, #hanabi, #taikai, #stall, #food July 26, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Asakusa Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai 13/25 With all these people coming to Asakusa for the fireworks it's a great opportunity for street vendors to offer some of the carnival food that Japan is famous for and stalls are set up in minutes! #Asakusa, #fireworks, #Sumida, #hanabi, #taikai, #stall, #food July 26, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Monouri (street peddlers) using tenbinbo shoulder poles and called "botefuri" or "boteuri" where a trademark of Edo; their days have long gone but in Asakusa you might catch a glimpse of how they looked and even get to try and lift their "store". This gentleman was selling yomogi mochi (mugwort rice cakes) with anko (red bean paste) filling somewhere in the Koenchi area. #Asakusa, #monouri, #tenbinbo #Koenchi, #yomogi, #mochi July 6, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

Monouri (street peddlers) using tenbinbo shoulder poles and called "botefuri" or "boteuri" where a trademark of Edo; their days have long gone but in Asakusa you might catch a glimpse of how they looked and even get to try and lift their "store". This gentleman was selling yomogi mochi (mugwort rice cakes) with anko (red bean paste) filling somewhere in the Koenchi area. #Asakusa, #monouri, #tenbinbo #Koenchi, #yomogi, #mochi July 6, 2014 © Grigoris A. Miliaresis

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