Crowd In Senso-Ji

crowded precinct of Senso-Ji
Shot at Senso-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Asakusa, Tokyo Tetsu Ozawa

The approach to Senso-Ji was occupied by the enormous number of worshipers

Many people came to the Senso-Ji to pray. I stood at the entrance of the main hall and watched the approach. The incense burner was seen in the middle of the approach and the smoke was coming from it.

Although no festival was held, the precinct was crowded. There was a crowd not only around the incense burner, but also on the approach way stretching through the gate. The approach was filled with the worshipers. The big gate seen at the end of the approach was called 'Hozo-mon'.

JP

Where is Senso-Ji?

PHOTO DATA

No

957

Shooting Date

May 2007

Posted On

July 2, 2007

Place

Asakusa, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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