Well, finally almost done with this super late post. Honestly not one of my best moments this year to put this hanging but work calls. At least I have finished it of some sort. Now, lets continue onward to Day 4 of this late, yet still here post.
Check out the photos below to see what is up with them!!!
Our first call of order for this day was in Ueno though my brother threw a fit because it was too hot to visit Ueno, but pretty much I was too tired to even go somewhere far since he wanted to go back to that shop somewhere in Shinjuku.
Yo Saigo Takamori, this is a better photo than the one I took last time. Look at that sky!
The view from Kiyomizu Kannon-do, one of the many temples in the Ueno Park area. You would be able to visit quite a lot in one roam in this park.
My brother had loads of fun watching this puppet bring in his fortune. It was in English too so it was easy for him to understand.
In Ueno Park, you get to see street performers. They got some really cool stuff and you can donate if you want to.
Also found these kids playing baseball.
Thats Tokyo National Museum at the middle there. I don’t recall this bit to be completely flat since the last I was here, there was this big fountain and all. Fast change I suppose.
Instead of going in the National Museum, we went to the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum which had a very nice entrance and some free exhibits to enjoy. A bit of art and I got to practice my Katakana writing… of my name. I ended up forgetting my surname’s Katakana and had to check Facebook for it.
This reminds me of Park Guell in Barcelona
That’s my brother there, doing his own photography shiz with his phone and his new camera.
Here in this picture is the old site of an old amusement park for kids which is in front of the Ueno Zoo. They got rid of it now. Hopefully something new stands there in my next visit.
Entrance to Ueno Zoo
Memorial for the victims and survivors of the 1945 Bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Ueno Toshogu Shrine. How I love visiting this place… and still! I didn’t get to buy their birthday omamori!
Inside Toshogu Park, I say summer weather is perfect for these shots. No filters and everything.
Senso-ji Main Gate
Back to the old stomping grounds!
After our quick prayers, we got to some souvenir hunting and my brother ended up trying this newly made mochi.
Next off is Tokyo Sky Tree!
No filters! It was actually raining in this shot.
After some more souvenir shopping, we walked from Asakusa Station to locate Ichiran and found this nice view. Good Samsung night shot.
Final dinner in Asakusa, got to be this!
Want some extra orders?
Souvenir Ichiran, next time I shall buy some!
We also took a gander at the Asakusa Tourist Information Center to view Asakusa at night. As you can see, Kaminarimon is under construction.
No filters and edits!!
Senso-ji. Nice way to end this post yeah? LOL.
Two more posts before this year ends though that last post? Not so sure if I will do it considering I just posted it a few hours ago… lets see how it goes then.