Mask Of Fox

Man wearing mask of fox

The character wore a mask of a fox

Shot at Hanazono Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

During watching, another character appeared on the stage. He wore a mask of a fox. Unlike other characters on the stage, the part around its nose and mouth protruded. And it meant it was not a human being.

The mask was also horrible because the eyes climbed up. I thought all of the characters of this play seemed to get angry. The tempers were wriggling on the stage. This play might be played to admonish human beings, those who grew arrogant.

日本語版はこちら

Where is Hanazono Jinja in Shinjuku?

Information of this photo

Photo No.
964
Shooting Date
May 2007
Posted On
July 9, 2007
Place
Shinjuku, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
Archive
Jul2007 PEOPLE TOKYO
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
PHOTO BOOK
My photo book is available on Amazon.com. 108 B&W photos are appeared. Of course, you can read also via KINDLE UNLIMITED.
Trivial Moments: Street Photography by Tetsu Ozawa
Tetsu Ozawa Photography

You May Also Like These Photos

Archives

CATEGORY
MONTHLY
ARCHIVES
PORTFOLIO
SEARCH THIS SITE