Tokyo’s invisible Ganeshas – The Hindu


The Hindu
Tokyo’s invisible Ganeshas
The Hindu
Along the western bank of the Sumida River, Asakusa, a popular tourist area in Tokyo, is redolent of Japanese woodblock prints from the Edo era (1603-1867). The large, 7th century Senso-ji temple and rows of traditional shops selling kimonos and …

Source: tokyo – Google News

Sharing information is key – Tokyo News in UK. Social Commerce and Social Media Management playing a big part. Suaju Ltd