I really like Asakusa Nakamise that leads to the Sensoji Temple gate. It is fun to walk Nakamise and a good place to buy nice souvenirs for our friends. We can eat Dorayaki cakes or even Taiwanese sweets at stalls there.
Before you try Dorayaki, let me explain anko, which is between Dorayaki cakes. Steve, who was my Canadian English teacher, once told me that he hated anko(red bean paste)! I clearly remember the moment he confessed it and his face was twisted. Anko is one of popular ingredients of sweets in East Asia. But I am not sure if everyone likes anko. In case that you are from Western countries, you might not like anko. Consequently, you probably do not like Dorayaki. Some Dorayaki uses different ingredients like Matcha-cream.
Asakusa as a sightseeing place
To tell the truth, I do not like crowded places and always try to avoid traffic congestion. Unfortunately, on weekend and public holidays,
Anyway, Asakusa is like a space of extraordinariness, Hare(‘hare and
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