Dog In Enyu-Ji

Dog waiting for its master in the middle of approach

The dog waited for its master in the middle of the approach to Enyu-Ji

Shot at Enyu-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Himonya, Tokyo.

Because the precinct of this temple was not so large, I finished walking around soon. Being satisfied with the modest atmosphere, I headed for the exit of the temple. Walking through the old wooden gate called Niomon, I entered the approach. Then, I met a leashed dog. It looked at the main hall while sticking out its tongue. It waited for the master finishing praying there.

Although I stood just in front of it, it didn't look at me as if I was not there. It seemed to love the master so much. So it was not able to see anything other than the master.

On the other side of the dog, the narrow approach stretched straight. And the entrance gate of this temple was seen at the end of the approach. The dog looked like a guardian dog of the approach.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
11215
Shooting Date
Mar 2019
Posted On
September 29, 2019
Place
Himonya, Tokyo
Genre
Animal Photography
Archive
Sep2019 ANIMAL TOKYO
Camera
RICOH GR III
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