Painter And The Gate Of Nezu Jinja

Canvas in front of gate

A young man was just drawing the gate

Shot at Nezu Jinja, a Shinto shrine in Nezu, Tokyo.

A big wooden gate called 'Sakura-Mon' stood in the precinct. It means the gate of cherry literally. Some cherry trees were planted around the gate. The name of this shrine was written on the name tablet hung from the eaves.

When I came to this gate, I found a young painter. He put an easel in front of the gate and drew there. He was just drawing the details of the gate. The main hall was on the other side of this gate.

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Photo No.
1330
Shooting Date
Nov 2007
Posted On
January 19, 2008
Place
Nezu Jinja, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
Archive
JAN 2008 PEOPLE TOKYO
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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