A little girl wearing a Kimono, a Japanese traditional dress, was standing in the precinct. It was the season for The Seven-Five-Three Festival. So she wore a festive dress and could come to this shrine to celebrate with her parents. She was looking at paper fortunes which were tied on wires. She seemed to be attracted by them.
The strong sunlight was coming from the sky. And some shadows were standing behind her.
|Dec 2005 PEOPLE TOKYO|
|KIMONO PAPER FORTUNE SHRINE YUSHIMA|
December 11, 2005
January 19, 2020
Yushima Tenman-Gu, Tokyo
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