|On the Metro|
|Two Buddhas offering wisdom and mercy at Sunsoji Temple|
We paid attention to the advice given in English: "Be careful of the door! ... Mind your steps!"
|Many visitors at the Sensoji Temple|
After a walk down the line of outdoor hut-shops, ever so like the Christmas markets in Munich and Stuttgart that I remember from recently, except that they sold Japanese ware (of quite good quality), we had a disastrous lunch at a nearby Starbucks, disastrous for Chris at least who took one look at his chicken sandwich and couldn't face it, containing melted cheese, gravy and cabbage. I ate all of mine and most of his. I was hungry and drank some green tea with it. Chris did manage to consume a carton of orange juice and a cinnamon bun there. Later, on the river boat, I had a large cup of iced oolong tea as well.
|Buskers at the river cruise departure point|
|Bridges across the Sumida River|
|"Rainbow" Bridge with the port of Tokyo beyond|
|A street in the touristy Asakusa district|