Shot at Gokoku-Ji, a Buddhist temple in Otsuka, Tokyo.
After climbing the steep stairway, I found the main hall of Gokoku-Ji finally. The wooden hall was built in 1682. It was not destroyed by the air raid during WWII fortunately. Unlike the famous Senso-Ji, this temple seemed not to be popular for the foreign tourists. Most of the worshipers in the precinct were Japanese.
I stood just in front of the main hall and held my camera. Some worshipers were wriggling in the frame. It was a peaceful afternoon.
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July 6, 2017
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