Two Foxes In A Small Shrine

Statues of fox in Shinto shrine

The statues were dignified

Shot at Hibiya Inari Jinja, a small Shinto shrine in Hatchobori, Tokyo.

There was a small Shinto shrine by the roadside. It was sandwiched by the parking lots. This sober shine is not known exactly when it was built. And I almost passed by it because it was undistinguished.

A small hall stood on the other side of the Torii. And two statues of foxes were sitting in front of the hall. They were shining in the sunlight while they turned their faces toward me. When I approached the hall, I felt as if I was welcomed by them.

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Information of this photo

Photo No.
9776
Shooting Date
Mar 2016
Posted On
June 14, 2016
Place
Hatchobori, Tokyo
Genre
Street Photography
Archive
JUN 2016 STILL LIFE TOKYO
Camera
SIGMA DP2 MERRILL
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