Get Religion. There are hundreds of wonderful places to make your first stop (Tokyo Disney Resort aside). I suggest the Asakusa Temple. Here, Buddhism isn't all solemn, and it's totally photogenic. The street leading up to this mammoth temple is lined with tiny shops selling souvenirs, gee-gaws, and fresh-baked sweets. Even if you're not in the market for a junior ninja outfit or a saki serving set, you can't pass up the photos. Tight shots of the colorful wares are a natural. So are portraits of the vendors. (Buy something and you'll get a pose and a smile.) To the left, a five-story pagoda towers over the scene. Ahead, just short of the temple steps, the faithful post their prayers on wire racks, wrapping the paper notes in delicate knots. There's also a giant bronze urn that smokes with the bundles of incense worshippers place inside. Virtually everyone who passes the urn waves the scented smoke their way in a good-luck gesture. Fountains, a Shinto shrine, and dozens of statues share the grounds with the temple. And everywhere, people are taking photos -- family portraits, children's snapshots, tourists, pros -- and none seem camera-shy.