Small Shinto Shrine In Shinagawa

Small Shinto shrine

This shrine seemed to be tattered

Shot in the city of Shinagawa, Tokyo.

During I rambled along the old Tokaido, I found a small Shinto shrine. Its narrow and short approach was flanked by the building. And I saw a torii at the end of the approach. Because its name was not written on the tablet, I couldn't find out the name.

The stone paved approach to the prayer hall got distorted a little. Yet the precinct seemed to be well-groomed. The leafy precinct could be a nice place to relax not only for the human being but also for the deities.

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Where is Shinagawa?

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Photo No.
9454
Shooting Date
Aug 2015
Posted On
August 30, 2015
Place
Shinagawa, Tokyo
Genre
Architectural Photography
Archive
Aug2015 ARCHITECTURE TOKYO
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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