Shot in Meiji-jingu Shrine. The rope is lengths of braided rice straw rope used for ritual purification in the Shinto religion.
Shimenawa, a rice straw rope used for ritual purification, was spanned between trees in th…(more)
Thick rope called Shimenawa was hung at the facade of the prayer hall. It is lengths of br…(more)
A cat was sitting and looking at my camera at the entrance of a shrine as if it was a gate…(more)
Some people stood under the thick rope and threw coins to it. They said lucky would come w…(more)
The thick rope is called as 'SHIMENAWA'. And it guards not to come unclean things into the…(more)
The main approach of the shrine was unpaved and flanked by a thick bunch of trees. You can…(more)
Meiji-jingu Shrine is located in a forest that covers an area of 700,000 square-meters. Th…(more)
Trees grew thick in the park. And a path was running under them. Benches were straggled an…(more)
The main approach of this shrine was unpaved and wide. Many prayers were heading for the h…(more)
Shot in the city of Dalah, Myanmar. The boy gloated.
There were well-thumbed wagons of stall by the roadside. No one was around them because th…(more)
Gantry cranes in the port of Tokyo were seen from Odaiba. They looked like dinosaurs.…(more)