Tokyo 5 – Shibamata picture-show

which basically means: food! old houses! more food! weird food! beautiful gardens & shrines! Edogawa-experience


Tora-san!

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old film-poster in a nostalgic sweets-shop – tiny & lovely

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also: old curry-package~ I wonder if this is still the original…

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snack No.1: Atsuki-Dango from this lady

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looks like this & tastes great! I love atsuki (meaning read bean)

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Snack No.2: yes, grasshoper~ looks worse than it tastes, actually it tastes pretty good! but still… do I want to have this experience again? only with closed eyes then…

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tea! for free! and it's said it's helpfull for & against everything! ha! it was tasty ^^

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snack No.4 – sweet potato in some kind of crepe *myam*

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part of some kind of water well

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carving of the outside of a shrine – a lot of the shrines there are dedicated to the 7 gods of fortune – Shichifukujin – this shrine (where the little guy up also stands) is called Taishakuten

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this guy is around 10 cm or smaller… here is a picture of the friend I went with while she is taking a picture of him

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the floor to the garden of Taishakuten

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the garden~ japanese culture, in perfection

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lunch! ten zaru soba – green buckweed noodles with fried vegetables – really tasty

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the place we had our food at: it seems like it appeared in the Tora-san series (which, by the way, still holds the record for the longest drama-series in the world: Otoko wa Tsurai Yo (it's hard to be a man)

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colours

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the garden and part of the house of Yamamoto Tei

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me & friend on Edo-gawa – yupp, it's hot

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poor guy, sunburned and all day on the boat – but we enjoyed it a lot!

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the shore & the "port"

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Tora-san – ByeBye at Shibamata station

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2 thoughts on “Tokyo 5 – Shibamata picture-show

  1. nekobot01

    Everything looks so nice!! (And ebi in your lunch!! YUM!)

    The grasshopper remind me of my friend from Burma. He brings crickets home with him after a visit. I never tried but my sister did~ she says it tasted okay but she’s not eating it again. XD

    Reply
    1. mariasora Post author

      I was staring at them… for like 5 minutes until I closed my eyes to eat one XD
      scary~ tasty~ but not doing it again until I have to because I am starving XP

      Reply

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