I was strolling in Kagurazaka town, where I met beautiful wine bottle covers as in pictures!
Kagurazaka is located just in the middle of Tokyo's 23 wards, and has lots of traditional taste in buildings, foods, and so on. Therefore many visitors stop at souvenir shops.
Japan-taste products are beautifully lined up in wooden shelves. Some shops have quite unique and deep choices, such as ceremony envelope for monetary offerings. Others are simply focusing on purifying salt for religious purpose.
Japanese snack and casual sipping of SAKE（at a standing bar）are also available in this town. Buddhist temples and Shinto shrines here can be a good spot for your photo shooting. Hope that you will visit this small and beautiful town.
Last to mention, well, meeting Kimono-like wine bottle covers are unusual for Japanese ourselves. Buying one might be super expensive, so please watch carefully the elaborate work instead!
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