Iris Garden In Meiji Jingu

Iris garden in Meiji Jingu Gyoen Garden
Shot at Meiji Jingu Gyoen Garden in Harajuku, Tokyo tetsuOzawa

The snow piled up on the field in Meiji Jingu Gyoen Garden

This garden was built for the Empress Shōken by the Emperor Meiji in 1893. The snow was accumulated in the iris garden. Unfortunately, there were no irises in the garden because it was a cold winter.

The winding road was stretching along the fields. You can see a small hut at the end of the road. The scene was tranquil and I felt as if I traveled the countryside. The garden was silent. The snow might sponge the clamor of this city.

JP

Where is Meiji Jingu Gyoen Garden?

PHOTO DATA

No

340

Shooting Date

Jan 2006

Posted On

February 24, 2006

Place

Harajuku, Tokyo

Genre

Landscape Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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