The approach went through the wooden gate and stretched straight to the prayer hall. It was flanked by the lanterns in the precinct.
A name tablet was hung at the gate and its name was written in Chinese character. And Shide dangled under the tablet. Because it wasn't a famous Shinto shrine, not so many worshipers were in the precinct. As contrasted to Meiji Jingu which was located near here, the precinct was quiet. So I thought it was possible to pray at the top of the bent in this shrine.
|Mar 2016 ARCHITECTURE TOKYO|
|APPROACH LANTERN SHIBUYA SHRINE|
March 13, 2016
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL