Lanterns And Gate In Senso-Ji

Lanterns in Senso-Ji

Many lanterns were hung in the approach

Shot at Senso-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Asakusa, Tokyo.

Many lanterns were hung in front of the gate which was called 'Hozo-mon'. The time of a festival was coming. And the names of people who donated money to the temple were written on each lantern.

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Photo No.
5587
Shooting Date
May 2011
Posted On
July 20, 2011
Place
Asakusa, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
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Jul2011 ARCHITECTURE TOKYO
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OLYMPUS PEN E-P2
Lens
M.ZUIKO DIGITAL ED 14-42MM
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