The precinct of the Senso-Ji was crowded as always. Not only Japanese, but also the tourists from the overseas came to this temple. I didn't know whether the tourists were Buddhist or not. I thought most of them were not. Yet it didn't matter. Along these lines, I was a Buddhist, yet belong to the other religious school.
Everybody who comes to offer prayers puts incense sticks into the incense burner place in the approach. The burner was filled with the ashes. And the smoke was reeking.
|Sep 2016 PEOPLE TOKYO|
|ASAKUSA INCENSE BURNER SENSO-JI TEMPLE WORSHIPER|
September 20, 2016
April 25, 2020
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL