There is a small Shinto shrine next to the Keio University. According to legend, this shrine was built in 958. As contrasted with its long history, it is constraint. It is blown away by the largeness of the campus sit directly next to it. The newcomer looks as if it owned the place here.
On the top of the steep stairway, some halls were stationed. And I found a Torii. And some Shide, a zigzag-shaped paper streamer, were hung from Torii. Although the precinct was small, it was a highly respectable sanctuary area.
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January 4, 2016
Still Life Photography
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL