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Drop by the Meiji Shrine
This shrine in the heart of the big garden in the city of Tokyo was constructed to honor the former emperor of Japan, Meiji. Aside from this one, you can still find a good number of shrines in Tokyo paying tribute to the dead, former leaders, heroes, warriors and other icons of the Japanese history and culture.
The Sensoji Temple is the oldest of all the temples in the bustling city of Tokyo. It was constructed back in the 7th century. The locals believe that the smoke coming from the incense burning in front of the temple can help cure different illnesses. There are also vendors around the temple from whom you can buy bean cakes, green tea ice cream, rice crackers, and local delicacies.
Join Tokyo festivals
The Japanese culture celebrates a good number of festivals. There is one in Tokyo practically every month. The celebration centers around driving away evil, celebrating death , flowers, stars, nature, or praying for fertility.
Hop between museums
Tokyo is home to some good museums. And the good news is that you can visit them for free. Explore the Japanese culture by visiting the Sumo museum, Postage museum, Beer museum, Stationery museum, Currency museum, Advertising museum and a lot more.
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