Precinct Of Kibitsuhiko Jinja

precinct of Kibitsuhiko Jinja
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The precinct of Kibitsuhiko Jinja was deserted

Shot at Kibitsuhiko Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Okayama city, Okayama.

Although this shrine had a long history, there were few worshipers in the precinct at the time of visiting. I thought this shrine bombed out to become a famous Shinto shrine. I walked up to the prayer hall and stood at the facade of the hall. A Shimenawa, a braided rice straw rope used for ritual purification, was hung under the eaves.

I looked around the deserted precinct from there. In the meantime, a Shinto priest appeared and went through the wooden gate. After he walked away, nobody was in the precinct again. I could hear nothing during looking around.

Trivial Moments by Tetsu Ozawa

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DATA

Photo No

1224

Shooting Date

Sep 2007

Posted On

November 24, 2007

Place

Okayama city, Okayama

Genre

Architectural Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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