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Twenty mins away from Shinjuku (on the Yamanote line) lies Yanaka, a quiet part of Tokyo full of temples, shrines and a large cemetary. Quite a few museums and galleries are in the area as well. I read somewhere this is what Tokyo was like in the early 1900s. A very charming place, you can only see it by walking around. I did get lost a bit (not following directions on the map). Nevertheless, it was a great way to spend an afternoon in a laidback way.

hind This photo was shot on film. Taken by hind with a Lomography Fisheye One (available in our Online Shop). This photo can be found in the album Japan_Tokyo_Yanaka.

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