One of Tokyo's must-see tourist attractions is temples, pavilions, bridges, rivers and colorful fish and towers. After walking from Leimen to pray, you can sit on a nearby stone terrace and rest to see people in beautiful kimonos. It's also a different kind of aesthetic feeling.
Shallow grass is a must-miss scenic spot in Tokyo. The fragrant temples and the busy shopping streets at their doors form a perfect combination of cultural experience and shopping fun one-stop experience. Zhongshitong is the busiest shopping street. It sells many folk arts and crafts, as well as special products. Hanging ornaments with the letters of Shallow Gray Thunder Gate are undoubtedly the most popular souvenirs.
Taste a shallow straw cake. Mianji Noodle is a centuries-old MianLao store founded in 1913. It is also called "the three houses of MianLao" together with Kanda Noodle and Ikeda Noodle. It is known as the 5-star noodle in the urban area of Tokyo. The people of Tokyo like this shop very much. When we went there, there were already two people in line. Eating method is exquisite. After eating, we should pour the soup in the pot into a small bowl and drink it together.
You can see the buildings influenced by Chinese traditional culture in Shallow Cao Temple. There are many snacks around Shallow Cao Temple, such as human-shaped burning, wipe tea ice cream. You can also write down your wish cards and ask for a defense in Shallow Cao Temple.
Japanese scenic spot ranks first in the Shaogao Temple is small and has some commercialization, but the shop street and the temple itself are also many Japanese traditional flavor snacks entertainment items decorations are cheap, of course, to come here indispensable requirements to sign defense.
In the afternoon, I strolled through Shallow Cao Temple, women dressed in kimonos ready to get on the bus, elderly people dozing around the shop, and all kinds of pedestrians passing through the streets and alleys from time to time. Tokyo on this rainy day is particularly quiet and tasty; in the evening, walking on the brightly lit Ginza Avenue, watching gentlemen in suits and ladies in exquisite dress come and go, everything is tense but orderly.