Travel to Asakusa (Japan)

Travel to Asakusa (Japan)


Hello everybody! So today we will talk about my first travel in Japan in this video! So we began to visit Asakusa district in North-east of Tokyo we saw the great temple of Senso-ji dedicated to Kannon goddess Be careful in Japan and China, she is a goddess but in Tibet or in India he is a god He or she represents the compassion To enter in the beautiful temple sanctuary, we crossed the Kaminari-mon It’s the gate of thunder in Japanese It is so famous because there is a huge red lantern in paper suspended ! It’s the biggest in Japan! The lanterne measures 4 metres and its weight is 670kg Knowing that the sumo’s weights is average 145 kg, The lantern weights like 4 sumos and severals kittens So to say, I don’t want this falls on my foot! Once we passed the gate we arrived on the Nakamise-dori, the merchant street. The street continues until the temple. With 30 billions of tourists every year, we feel like in a subway when you come back from the office! Anyway, it’s a super place if you want to buy holiday memories! Kimonos or gifts for people who you don’t like them and them you don’t say to them Maneki-neko so cute which are moving their paw. katanas because everybody can be a samurai, yes even you behind your screen And mostly, mostly, there are lot of food to taste: dango, dorayaki ect ; it was so cool, we visited it twice. The first under the rain and the second time not. when we were in the temple, we can buy charms for everythings: fortune, health, love money, this is 500 yens the charm! Otherwise, you can choose to randomly draw a prediction! There are in english-written In summary you shake a box during long time, very long time. After a moment, a little stick exits There is a number written. You need to pick up a prediction inside the drawer with the same number ! So, I don’t say what is my prediction because it’s a secret On the other side, if you are unlucky and your prediction warns you never will ate raclette this winter, you can tie it here to cancel the bad luck! So if you like this video, don’t be shy. Like and share this video I let you enjoy the rest of the video XOXO and see you soon

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