The place became a place for relief of young tourists

Youngsters in front of gate of Hie JInja
Shot at Hie Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Nagatacho, Tokyo
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The grounds of the Hie Shrine were not crowded. I think this is a good place to take a break from walking. Despite being in the middle of the city, the grounds of the shrine have a quiet and serene atmosphere.

When I came to the splendid new gate, I found a trio of people, a boy and two girls, hanging out under the eaves. They seemed to be tourists from abroad. They seemed to have finished sightseeing on the temple grounds and were resting and chatting. Perhaps they are discussing where to go next.

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PHOTO DATA

No

547

Shooting Date

Aug 2006

Posted On

September 19, 2006

Modified On

October 6, 2020

Place

Akasaka, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

CANON EOS 1V

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