Boy And Girls In Front Of The Gate Of Hie Jinja

Boy And Girls In Front Of The Gate Of Hie Jinja (Tokyo)

The place became a place for relief

Shot at Hie Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Nagatacho, Tokyo.

The precinct was not crowded. I thought it was a nice place to take a rest. Although it was located in the heart of the city, it was quiet.

When I came to a gate called 'Shin Mon', I found a boy and two girls hanging out under the eaves. They seemed to be tourists from abroad. After seeing this precinct, they were resting and chatting there. And they might be talking together where they should go next.

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Where is Hie Jinja?

Information of this photo

Photo No.
547
Shooting Date
Aug 2006
Posted On
September 19, 2006
Place
Akasaka, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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