Travel Frames: The Rising Sun Of Tokyo

 

Modern yet old-fashioned, understated yet wacky, pretty much sums up Tokyo’s culture and its sights. The allure of Japan, for me, lies in its queer mix of foreign knick-knacks from slick high-tech gadgets to cutesy cartoonish figures. That, and not to mention the delicious food (think fresh sushi for breakfast!) and unparalleled mass transit system makes for a noteworthy Tokyo experience.

On this premier rendition of our “Travel Frames” series, let your adventurous spirit flutter through the shrines and ancient temples that old Japan has scattered  amidst the towering skyscrapers and swanky shopping districts. Stroll through the picturesque parks lined with gorgeous Spring blossoms and slurp your way into the heart of the rising sun at cosy, hole-in-the-wall Ramen cafes. You’ll love these sights, travel over them below:

“Konichi Wa!” (Welcome)

 

Onna No Hito in traditional costume

Onna No Hito in traditional costume

 

Japanese temple in Tokyo

Japanese temple in Tokyo

 

 Japanese Traditional tea house in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Japanese Traditional tea house in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

 

Prayer Boards - Meiji Shrine, Tokyo, Japan

Prayer Boards – Meiji Shrine, Tokyo, Japan

 

Stock Photo of Gate at Asakusa temple in Tokyo

Temple Gate at Asakusa temple in Tokyo

 

Stock photo of Tokyo Tower - nightview

Tokyo Tower – nightview

 

Stock photo of akamise shopping street in Asakusa, Tokyo

akamise shopping street in Asakusa, Tokyo

 

Stock photo of Flower viewing of Ueno-koen Park in Tokyo

Flower viewing of Ueno-koen Park in Tokyo

 

Love these shots? We have more! Check out the magnificent Tokyo Sights and Tokyo Art Culture in our specially created 123Travels “Travel Frames” Lightbox Series !

 

 

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