I was reading about old Edo and wanted to see it for myself. Well, you can see a little: the old temple Senso-Ji, other religious sites, and all the market stalls around it, are very beautiful and well worth a visit. It may be a bit disappointing though, as so much of old Edo has been burnt and destroyed. So, this is mainly a late twentieth century area, in terms of buildings. But, you do get a sense of Japanese tradition, and the area feels very Japanese in spite of the many tourists. It is also a very good place to shop, with a good range of Japanese goods.
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