Children's Mikoshi Portable Shrine at Sanja Festival in the Downtown Asakusa District of Tokyo, Japan - stock photo

A morning view shows neighborhood children carrying their mikoshi portable shrine during Sanja Matsuri (Three Shrine Festival, an annual Shinto festival dating to the 7th century, that since the Edo Period has become one of Tokyo's wildest traditional celebrations), held at Asakusa Jinja (a Shinto shrine dating in 1649), and at Senso-ji (Asakusa Kannon, Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple, founded in 648), located in the old downtown shitamachi Asakusa district of Taito Ward in eastern Tokyo, Japan.
A morning view shows neighborhood children carrying their mikoshi portable shrine during Sanja Matsuri (Three Shrine Festival, an annual Shinto festival dating to the 7th century, that since the Edo Period has become one of Tokyo's wildest traditional celebrations), held at Asakusa Jinja (a Shinto shrine dating in 1649), and at Senso-ji (Asakusa Kannon, Tokyo's oldest Buddhist temple, founded in 648), located in the old downtown shitamachi Asakusa district of Taito Ward in eastern Tokyo, Japan.
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