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Q: I stopped by Sensoji in Asakusa before going to a tea cafe around that area. The temple is usually full of foreign visitors and Japanese, especially the elderly.

The majority of visitors on the day were Japanese college students, which I was surprised. But that makes sense since most elderly stay home and colleges are on spring break.

I also noticed some girls visited there after graduation ceremonies because they were wearing hakama. As you can imagine, I saw few foreign visitors.

It was nice to walk through the shopping street to the temple with fewer people.

Could anyone correct these sentences to be more natural? sembra naturale?
A: × I stopped by Sensoji in Asakusa before going to a tea cafe around that area.
✓ I stopped by Sensoji in Asakusa before going to a tea house in the area.

× The majority of visitors on the day were Japanese college students, which I was surprised.
✓ The majority of visitors on the day were Japanese college students, which surprised me.

× But that makes sense since most elderly stay home and colleges are on spring break.
✓ But that makes sense since most elderly people stay home and colleges are on spring break.

× I also noticed some girls visited there after graduation ceremonies because they were wearing hakama.
✓ I also noticed some girls had visited there after their graduation ceremonies because they were wearing hakama.

a cafe serves both coffee and tea while a tea house will serve exclusively tea. I'm unsure based on the context but I assumed you meant a tea house.

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