Man Resting Beside The Hatto

man resting beside the Hatto
Shot at Kencho-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Kamakura, Kanagawa tetsuOzawa

Some benches were placed beside the hall

The wooden hall is the Hatto. It was built in 1814 and the public ceremonies were held here.

Along its wooden wall, some benches were placed. An old man was sitting on one of them. He was resting there while he was looking toward the left side where the Karamon stood. It was decorated with Gold so the Important Cultural Property stood out. After a short while, he stood and left. He might think it's not the time for resting at leisure.

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Where is Kencho-Ji?

PHOTO DATA

No

9855

Shooting Date

May 2016

Posted On

August 29, 2016

Place

Kencho-Ji, Kanagawa

Genre

Street Photography

Camera

SIGMA DP2 MERRILL

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