NIGHT AND DAY
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14Tradition invites the foreign eye to entrancing new sensitivities, and Tokyo is its fabulous stage. Clockwise from top left: geisha perform at an Imperial dinner, a most rare occasion; a rentable rickshaw; this huge straw sandal festoons a shrine wall; old Tokyo papier mache costume masks, evocative of a Venetian mardi gras; Buddhist priests praying for alms; geisha on their way to watch a festival in the old quarters at Asakusa; young men sporting downtown festival fashion.ENCOUNTER OUR WELCOMING CITY, STEP BY STEP

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