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Samba dancers perform during the annual Asakusa Samba Carnival in Tokyo, Japan August 27, 2016. (Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)

Samba dancers perform during the annual Asakusa Samba Carnival in Tokyo, Japan August 27, 2016. Asakusa is a district in Taitō, Tokyo. The neighborhood is famous for its annual Brazilian style carnival. There is a significant Brazilian presence in the local community and the Association of Samba Schools of Asakusa is based there. (Photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon/Reuters)
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28 Aug 2016 10:05:00
Samba dancers walk past a security staff member during the 34th annual Asakusa Samba Carnival in Tokyo August 29, 2015. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)

Samba dancers walk past a security staff member during the 34th annual Asakusa Samba Carnival in Tokyo August 29, 2015. About 5,000 people participated in the annual samba carnival on Saturday. (Photo by Toru Hanai/Reuters)
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30 Aug 2015 11:56:00
A tourist clad in Japanese kimono takes a picture in front of s portrait shop in Tokyo's Asakusa district, Thursday, February 15, 2018. Asakusa is a popular district four tourists in the capital. (Photo by Shizuo Kambayashi/AP Photo)

A tourist clad in Japanese kimono takes a picture in front of s portrait shop in Tokyo's Asakusa district, Thursday, February 15, 2018. Asakusa is a popular district four tourists in the capital. (Photo by Shizuo Kambayashi/AP Photo)
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16 Feb 2018 07:39:00
Dancers resting on the rooftop of the SKD Theatre Asakusa, Tokyo, 1949. (Photo by Tanuma Takeyoshi/The Guardian)

Dancers resting on the rooftop of the SKD Theatre Asakusa, Tokyo, 1949. (Photo by Tanuma Takeyoshi/The Guardian)
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14 Dec 2018 00:01:00
Revellers parade for Gavioes da Fiel samba school during carnival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, February 6, 2016. (Photo by Paulo Whitaker/Reuters)

Revellers parade for Gavioes da Fiel samba school during carnival in Sao Paulo, Brazil, February 6, 2016. (Photo by Paulo Whitaker/Reuters)
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08 Feb 2016 11:55:00
Participants with traditional Japanese tattoos (Irezumi), related to the Yakuza, walk through the Asakusa district during the annual Sanja Matsuri festival in Tokyo on May 20, 2018. Sanja Matsuri festival is a celebration for the three founders of Sensoji Temple in the Asakusa neighbourhood with nearly two million people visiting during the three-day event. (Photo by Behrouz Mehri/AFP Photo)

Participants with traditional Japanese tattoos (Irezumi), related to the Yakuza, walk through the Asakusa district during the annual Sanja Matsuri festival in Tokyo on May 20, 2018. Sanja Matsuri festival is a celebration for the three founders of Sensoji Temple in the Asakusa neighbourhood with nearly two million people visiting during the three-day event. (Photo by Behrouz Mehri/AFP Photo)
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17 Jul 2018 00:05:00
A heavily tattooed Japanese woman poses for photographs near Asakusa Temple during the third and final day of Sanja Festival, on May 20, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. Sanja Festival is one of Japan's major festivals and is held annually in the Asakusa area of Tokyo. The three day event starts with a grand parade with people in traditional costumes performing dances before around a hundred mikoshi (portable shrines) from the local communities are carried to and from Asakusa Temple watched on by an audience of locals and tourists. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

A heavily tattooed Japanese woman poses for photographs near Asakusa Temple during the third and final day of Sanja Festival, on May 20, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. Sanja Festival is one of Japan's major festivals and is held annually in the Asakusa area of Tokyo. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)
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22 May 2018 07:21:00
Realistic Animal Lollipops By Shinri Tezuka

Amezaiku is the Japanese craft of lollipop-making, which dates back to the 700s when artisans made mouth-watering and artistic lollipops to be presented as gifts. Carrying on the tradition is 26-year old Shinri Tezuka, the owner of a small shop in the Asakusa district of Tokyo called Ameshin.
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04 Sep 2015 08:50:00