Participants showing their full body tattooed, possibly members of the Japanese mafia or Yakuza, attend the Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa district on May 20, 2018, Tokyo, Japan. The Sanja Matsuri is one of the largest Shinto festivals in Tokyo, and it is held in Tokyo's Asakusa district for three days around the third weekend of May. Large groups of people dressed up traditional clothes carry Mikoshi (sacred portable shrines) between the streets near to Sensoji Temple to bring blessing and fortune to the inhabitants of the neighboring community at Asakusa.

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Participants showing their full body tattooed, possibly members of the Japanese mafia or Yakuza, attend the Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa district on May 20, 2018, Tokyo, Japan. The Sanja Matsuri is one of the largest Shinto festivals in Tokyo, and it is held in Tokyo's Asakusa district for three days around the third weekend of May. Large groups of people dressed up traditional clothes carry Mikoshi (sacred portable shrines) between the streets near to Sensoji Temple to bring blessing and fortune to the inhabitants of the neighboring community at Asakusa.
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Participants showing their full body tattooed, possibly members of the Japanese mafia or Yakuza, attend the Sanja Matsuri in Asakusa district on May 20, 2018, Tokyo, Japan. The Sanja Matsuri is one of the largest Shinto festivals in Tokyo, and it is held in Tokyo's Asakusa district for three days around the third weekend of May. Large groups of people dressed up traditional clothes carry Mikoshi (sacred portable shrines) between the streets near to Sensoji Temple to bring blessing and fortune to the inhabitants of the neighboring community at Asakusa during the second and third day of the festival. The annual festival attracts millions of visitors every year.
Location: Sensoji Temple old five-story pagoda mark, 2 Chome-3 Asakusa, Taito, Tokyo, Japan

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