Unlike today’s Japan, the clothes and architecture are old and unrefined, but still quaint. The streets are free of trash, and there is no sense of unhygienic atmosphere.
The Kaminarimon gate of Asakusa is shown around 3 minutes 18 seconds in. Considering that the people in this video existed there 100 years ago and lived their daily lives, one can feel the history of the area. When you visit Tokyo as a tourist, you will probably visit Asakusa’s Kaminarimon gate, and comparing this video with its current appearance will probably give you a stronger impression of Asakusa.
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