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If you get the “大吉=very good luck” in Asakusa, you are the hero!

Asakusa is famous for a fortune slip.

100 years ago, Asakusa was the biggest amusement park in Japan.
In Japan, the temple was the center of entertainment.

Now I do not believe it,
100 years ago, Shinjuku and Shibuya and Harajuku, was a village rather than a town.
Roppongi was a town that raccoon dog walk.

From 300 years ago, Asakusa was the town of huge entertainment.

90 years ago, there is for the first time appeared in food shop in Asakusa.
Yakitori and Kamameshi had spread to the whole of Japan from Asakusa.

Asakusa is famous for a fortune slip.

In Japan, says it "OMIKUJI".
In Asakusa says it "MIKUJI". There is the pride of Asakusa.

MIKUJI of Asakusa is famous for encounter with "bad luck slip".
We'll be catching the "bad luck slip" with a high probability.

If you get the Daikichi, it is good very lucky.

At that time, let's play become a ninja.
Asakusa ninja is friendly. He gave me a shuriken in the memorial.

Here is a video of the girl-catching 100 sheets fortune slip.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObjTmvFCOf8

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