The rickshaw as we know it was invented in Japan in the late 19th century during the modernizing Meiji.
The tradition still remains in some traditional cities like Asakusa or Kyoto.
Let’s see what the Rickshaw men in Asakusa actually think about the job.
I found them so cool and awesome. I really enjoyed the ride and conversation.
I’d highly recommend you to take a ride when you go to Asakusa.
By the way, this is not a sponsored video. I don’t get paid at all by doing this.
I just wanted to enjoy riding rickshaw. (It was my very first time.)
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