Torii And Shrine

Torii and prayer hall in Koyama Hachiman Jinja Shrine

The prayer hall was seen on the other side of the stone Torii

Shot in the city of Ebara, Tokyo.

Finished traveling Myanmar, I walked around near my house in Tokyo on this day. Walking the streets in the residential area, I couldn't see any Kun sellers unlike in Yangon. The dwellings stood on both sides of the street silently. And a few pedestrians walked. The streets were moderate. Where I headed for was a small Shinto shrine called Koyama Hachiman Jinja. I have been living in this area for 10 years. Yet I have never been to the shrine.

It was built on the hill. In common with the residential area, the precinct was wrapped by the calmness. At the time of being, the precinct was deserted and no worshippers were seen. According to the legend, this shrine was built about 1000 years ago. However, I thought it is exaggerated.

日本語版はこちら

Where is Koyama Hachiman Jinja?

Information of this photo

Photo No.
11191
Shooting Date
Oct 2018
Posted On
September 13, 2019
Place
Ebara, Tokyo
Genre
Architectural Photography
Camera
SONY ALPHA 7R II
Lens
SONNAR T* FE 55MM F1.8 ZA
PHOTO BOOK
My photo book is available on Amazon.com. 108 B&W photos are appeared. Of course, you can read also via KINDLE UNLIMITED.
Trivial Moments: Street Photography by Tetsu Ozawa
Tetsu Ozawa Photography

You May Also Like These Photos

Archives

CATEGORY
MONTHLY
ARCHIVES
PORTFOLIO
SEARCH THIS SITE