Finally starting to play catch up a bit on my blog. 😀
I wasn’t too sure where to start from my last trip to Japan, so I started with our first full day out and about!
Sanja Matsuri <3
This is my second time there. Unfortunately I am not so swift with my blogging life right now.
So I haven’t even told you the half from my first Sanja Matsuri adventure.
But soro soro da yo! (little by little)
Sanja Matsuri, 3-Shrine Festival, is one of Tokyo’s three great Shinto festivals. It’s held the third weekend of every May in honor of the spirits of the three founders of Asakusa’s Senso-ji temple.
This year, Design Festa and Sanaj Matsuri collide.
So we could only go for Friday. (soooo thankful! 😩😩😩)
The festival attracts over 1 million people, annually (yikes! >.<) so luckily Friday is a semi-chill day as the festivival’s JUST getting started. ^^
Since Friday is the procession and pays more homage to Edo period (my favorite period of Japanese history) I was happy to experience Sanaja Matsuri this day.
See that grin?! It’s a well-rested, excited Imani … ready to take on Tokyo!!!!! ^^ LEGGO ~