Follow up to the last article on Kanda & Kanda Shrine.
People have been asking for this one since 2013. I finally did it in 2 parts.
Ōme was far from Edo but today it is one of the most beautiful areas of the Greater Tōkyō Metropolitan Area. It also has a connection to a legendary Kantō samurai hero.
Continuing with our 27th installment of exploring Edo-Tōkyō
Continuing with our 23rd installment of exploring Edo-Tōkyō via the Ōedo Line.
The autumn leaves are changing. It’s time to tackle the otaku mecca – Akihabara!
The story of the Kanda River is a story as old as Edo itself. It is part and parcel of the evolution of the city.
More rivers than you can shake a stick at!
You know, if you’re into that sort of thing…
It’s sounds inaka, but so does your mom.
Suidobashi mean “aqueduct bridge” because in the Edo Period there was a water pump here that allowed two rivers to cross without merging.