Shot at Senju Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Kitasenju, Tokyo.
This Shinto shrine stood in the middle of the residential area. According to old records, this area was once covered with forests. And it was said that the tycoons came here for the falcon hunting. Yet the vestige was gone completely. What surrounds this Shinto shrine are dwellings.
Although this shrine has a long history, the precinct was deserted. During staying there, nobody came to pray. For a certain time, I kept holding my camera. Nevertheless, no one appeared into my frame. The approach stayed being deserted.
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November 6, 2017
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