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【4K】Tokyo Walk - Asakusa (Dec.2020)

Date recorded:December, 2020
MAP:https://goo.gl/maps/s41TjNhLW9uNT4uT9

0:00 Asakusa Sta.
2:15 Kaminarimon
3:06 Nakamise Shopping Street
8:35 Sensoji Temple
14:51 Hanayashiki(Amusement park)
18:25 Nishisando Shopping Street
26:52 Bon dance
30:21 Hoppy Street
32:11 Denbouin dori
37:06 New Nakamise Shopping Street
45:02 Kaminarimon dori
53:27 Asakusa Sta.

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아사쿠사에 오코노미야끼 맛집이 있다길래 가본 김에 오랜만에 센소지 일대를 돌아봤어요. 자고로 아사쿠사는 서울여행 가면 경복궁 가보듯이 도쿄에 오면 들리는 관광맛집 인데요.

평소에 워낙 외국인 관광객 분들이 많으니 지금은 썰렁할거야!! 하고 들려봤는데, 은근히 일본인 분들이 많이 찾으셔서 놀랐네요. 다들 여름의 끝자락을 즐기러 오신 느낌 이었답니다.

아사쿠사를 다녀가셨던 분은 추억여행을, 아직 가본적 없으신 분들은 여행 후보지에 넣으실지 말지 판단하실 수 있는 영상이 되었으면 좋겠습니다.

오늘도 귀한 시간 내어 봐주셔서 감사 드리고
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김민규 : 친구랑 처음간 해외여행 일본 아사쿠사 다시가보고 싶다
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Japanese Street Food Tour in Asakusa (浅草) | Tokyo, Japan

Come join us for a Japanese Street Food Tour in Asakusa (浅草) area of Tokyo, Japan as we sample numerous sweet and savory items. We've thoroughly enjoyed sampling Tokyo Street Food on this particular trip and visiting Asakusa (浅草) felt like the most touristy experience out of all the places we've sampled street food in the city. What brings in the crowds is the impressive Senso-ji Temple (金龍山浅草寺), Five Story Pagoda and Kanimarinom Gate (雷門). Aside from just street food, as you wander down Nakamise street, you'll also find plenty of souvenirs and clothes you can purchase.

Here is a list of all of the Japanese Street Food we sampled on our little tour of Asakusa (浅草):

1) Ningyo Yaki (人形焼) - 3 for 150 Yen
'Baked Dolls' small cakes filled with sweet anko bean paste

2) Kibi Dango (きびだんご) - 5 skewers for 330 Yen
Millet dumpling made from kibi flour

3) Japanese Green Tea - 1 cup is 110 Yen
Light and refreshing cold green tea

4) Spicy skewers - 1 skewer 100 Yen
Skewers with a spicy coating on top

5) Cheese and sweet potato pie - 1 for 350 Yen
A flaky pie with sugary sweet potato pie filling and salty cheese

6) Melonpan (メロンパン) and Ice cream - 1 for 400 Yen
A melon shaped bread with vanilla ice cream inside

7) Fried curry bun - 200 Yen
A deep-fried bun with curry stuffed inside

Location of Asakusa and specifically Senso-ji Temple:

Address: 2 Chome-3-1 Asakusa, Taitō, Tokyo 111-0032, Japan

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Japanese Street Food Tour in Asakusa (浅草) | Tokyo, Japan Travel Video Transcript:

Good afternoon. It is time for another street food video here in Tokyo, Japan. And today we have come to Asakusa (浅草). I believe that is how it is pronounced. In Japanese it is known as Asakusa (浅草) to foreigners. That is a lot easier to say. Um but yeah we've come here it is packed. There are so many tourists because this is the sight of Sensoji Temple (金龍山浅草寺). So yeah we're just going to be walking down this one street that leads all the way to the temple. There is lots of street food in the area. We have come hungry yes so let's do this.

That is our primary goal. To eat all of the street food.

So this is the plan of action. We arrived as Asakusa (浅草) station. We walked over to Kanimarinom Gate (雷門). We're going to be following the street Nakamise all the way to Senso-ji Temple (金龍山浅草寺) and the Five Story Pagoda. And along the way it is going to be all about the food.

I have to say I'm very excited to have found this. We tried to eat this in Osaka. Melonpan. Do you remember that? Yes, we went there on a rainy day yeah and the food truck that serves melon pan was closed for the day. What a sad occasion.

Then we went to a different market where we had melonpan but without the ice cream. It was just the bread. This is the real deal. So we got the real deal. If I open it here it is so big. We got like a square of ice cream. It almost looks like butter.

Alright guys so here we are. We have reached the end of shopping street and that concludes our food tour. We've also reached the temple at long last. I think we probably spent about an hour or hour and a half here. Yeah.

I think it is just like 250 meters but we meandered. We sampled food. We were eating and following our noses. It was a really tasty Japanese Street Food Tour so we hope you guys enjoyed it. It has gotten like really windy. So I think it is going to start raining any minute. So we're going to say goodbye and we'll see you soon with more food and travel videos here on our channel. Bye.

This is part of our Travel in Japan video series showcasing Japanese food, Japanese culture and Japanese cuisine.

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randolf5111 : When Samuel said 'Oh my gosh it's so good!' after eating the cheese pie, the Japanese sub says ' Yes my urine is so good' lol
Jenna Bonnichsen : May this series never end! Haha well I'll just put it on repeat because I love it so much. Thank you for the inspiration. ❤
Wheel chair Mamma Prepper : most of that looked good i am curious about melon thingy
3wL7 : I love all your videos! But Japanese food is a revelation for me! I thought that Japanese people eat only raw fish and some slightly boiled vegetables with a drop of oil on top, but after watching your videos I saw that they have also "normal food", greasy, oily, fatty, fried and roasted food)) Before watching your videos I thought all Japanese are slim like sticks, but now I see they are normal people :) Japanese food looks very tasty and delicious indeed))
Shan shan : May I know which exit to get there? A4 or A5 which is the nearest? Did you wear the kimono?

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