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SENSOJI TEMPLE | TOKYO,JAPAN

One of the amazing places that I've visited during my Japan trip this year is Sensoji Temple.
Too bad that we din't manage to witness the amazing autumn season in Japan as we visit early Oct. 
But overall experience is really great! I love everything here! 
In order wearing ordinary outfit to visit Sensoji Temple, there's no other day are more suitable to experience our very first kimono on this day! 

KIMONO TOKYO HARAJUKU 
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We rent our kimono from Kimono Tokyo Harajuku after I did a little survey about Kimono shop.
I found that their location is really strategic to get our kimono before heading to Sensoji Temple.
Harajuku is another shopping heaven area for us to shop till drop.
You can stay at Harajuku area for shopping after returning your kimono.
But before renting kimono, you need to know that you need to pre-book your session for renting your kimono as wearing kimono you need to use up 45minutes - 1 hour. 
Most important is, most of the kimono shop do not accept walk in customer, 
so you guys need to take note about this! 


Dilemma making choices as they have really awesome kimonos! 


I already lost count how many layer they already wrap me. 



SENSOJI TEMPLE
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It's amazing that could finally witness this temple in Japan! 
One of the amazing ancient buddhist temple located in Asakusa.








Bucket list accomplished: Travelling the world with your bestie!


Thank you for reading! xx
Wondering should I include my Tokyo itinerary in my next post? Please let me know! 
Will be updating more on my channel soon about my Japan trip.

KIMONO TOKYO HARAJUKU 
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SENSOJI TEMPLE
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How to go by Subway:
[Tokyo Metro] : Ginza Line > Asakusa Station
[Toei Subway] : Asakusa Line > Asakusa Station

3 comments

  1. Definitely and I'm looking forward to see more updates of your trips!

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  2. How much is the rental for that specific kimono you wore?

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