Shot at Meiji Jingu, a Shinto shrine in Harajuku, Tokyo.
After finishing praying in the prayer hall, I went back to the Harajuku station. The approach to the Harajuku station bends at a right angle two times. It is said that the approach stretches straight, the worshipers walk just in front of the deities enshrined. And the attitude is qualified as impolite. So the approaches are not made straight in Shinto shrines.
In the middle of the approach, there is a rest station. And I found some food stalls did business near the rest station. Being attracted by the delicious smell, I was drawn to the stalls. The rice dumplings were on skewers. And they were charbroiled in the stall. The man in the stall worked happily so much. The rice dumpling made by a happy man seemed to be so delicious.
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September 30, 2018
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