April 14, 2009

Approach to Taishakuten Temple

approach to Taishakuten temple
Shibamata is an old temple town of Taishakuten temple.
Photo above is the approach to Taishakuten.
Many shops such as souvenir shops and traditional food shops row along both side of the approach.
I introduce you some traditional snack shops on the approach.

Japanese dumpling shop
Photo above is a Japanese dumpling shop.

Japanese candy shop
Photo above is a Japanese candy shop.

rice cracker shop
Photo above is a rice cracker shop.

I think this approach remains atmosphere of Edo era.


(Note)
these photos were taken on April 11 , 2009.

6 comments:

Vogon Poet said...

Wonderful scenes, these are very interesting and you have to post more of them if you can.
Very nice shots!

Cezar and Léia said...

hummmmmm delicious! I bet these snacks are terrific!

Wonderful series!
Thanks!
I do love Japanese food!
Kind Regards
Léia

Malyss said...

The street is full of people and there are also a lot of people in every shop, where they are very busy.That's a "living" place, full of movement. Very interesting!(I 'd like to try to eat something from the last shop: candies.:-))

Malyss said...

Me again: Nobu, could you tell me how to say "bench" in Japanese? Thank you !

Marc said...

Sounds like a great place to spend some time.

m_m said...

Your photos are full of life - great shots!

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