In my last post I showed you Asakusa in Tokyo, and I showed you the temples, but also some interesting streets. But what I didn’t tell you was that the famous “Sanja Matsuri” was taking place! A matsuri is a type of festival…. Your trust in me is very important this article contains recommended links (affiliate-Links). If you book a hotel or buy a product via one of these links, I get a small commission. You aren’t charged extra, and at the same time you support this blog. Thank you!
Asakusa (jap. 浅草, pronounced Asak’sa, flat grass) lies just east of the center of the Taitō region. This area is known above all for being home to the oldest buddhist temple in Tokyo, Sensō-ji (浅草寺). In the neighboring Asakusa-shrine (jap. 浅草神社, Asakusa-jinja) the three men who are credited with building of the Sensō-ji are remembered. Your trust in me is very important! This article contains recommended links (Affiliate-Links). If you book a hotel or buy a product via one of these links, I get a small commission. You arent charged extra, and at the same
Welcome to my new series “How do you live in…?”. So many of us would like to live abroad and get an insight into everyday life in other countries. There’s not much to see on holiday of the daily live. The idea for this series came to me when I read on Spiegel.de a report about German idiosyncrasies and how this affects non-Germans living with us. I was wondering what of the things that are so natural to us might be different anywhere else. That’s why I’ve been looking for
Germany is the Germa’sn favourite country to travel. Why? Because it’s beautiful! Many beautiful places are just a little bit hidden. If you want to see the “real Germany, you need to see more than the most famous tourist places. That’s why I want to introduce the Nassach Valley to you. Nassach Valley – the “Valley of the Happy” The Nassach valleys is located between the small towns of Uhingen and Ebersbach an der Fils, not too far away from Stuttgart. Why it is called “Valley of the Happy”, I
Not the oldest, but with 280 stands and around 4 million visitors (booth 23. December 2011) One of the biggest Christmas markets in Germany is the Christmas market in Stuttgart. So we were in Stuttgart on a Saturday afternoon to look at the Christmas market. Arrival by car Especially Stuttgart is known for its outstanding traffic! Outstanding many building sites, a great deal of traffic jams and the parking prices are partly also extreme. When we drive into the city, we always park a little outside, the parking garages Tivoli