Man Cooking Takoyaki

Man cooking Takoyaki
Shot at Himonya Hachimangu, a Shinto shrine in HImonya, Tokyo tetsuOzawa

The man was cooking Takoyaki in the precinct

I heard a festival was held in Himonya Hachimangu on that day. So I went to the Shinto shrine with a camera. Contrary to expectations, the festival in the shrine warmed up. Before I came, I thought it was just a modest event. Yet the expectations were disappointed in a pleasant way. Many stalls were open on the approach way and many people came here. The precinct was bustling.

I heard a festival was held in Himonya Hachimangu on that day. So I went to the ShintoNothing gives visitors more pleasure than food at the festival. Various foods were sold in many food stalls. I was walking among the crowd while I thought about what I should eat. In the meantime, I came to one of the food stalls selling Takoyaki. The big dimpled griddle was placed in the stall. And the ball-shaped snack called Takoyaki was just being cooked on the griddle.

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PHOTO DATA

No

11318

Shooting Date

Sep 2019

Posted On

December 11, 2019

Place

Himonya, Tokyo

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SONY ALPHA 7R II

Lens

SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA

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