This is a great place to visit. If you just sat down and people watched, you'd get great value for your money! The most interesting people walked past. There were quite a few dressed dogs in baby carriages too. And this is the place to hire a kimono and stroll around.
There are ample shops and restaurants and take away places. You are told not to walk and eat though as this is disrespectful.
The temple is lovely too and there is a little pond with fish in it and a baby waterfall close by.
Although it is extremely crowded it is nevertheless a fun place to visit.
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