Gates to Prayer, Fushimi-Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan.

Gates to Prayer, Fushimi-Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan. These gates are called Torii and mark the entrance to a Shinto shrine.

Aizuwakamatsu Castle - Cherry tree in full bloom covered in snow, Fukushima, Japan

Aizuwakamatsu Castle, Cherry tree in full bloom covered in snow, Fukushima, Japan - so lovely the snow and cherry blossoms suit the castle very well

Off the beaten paths: Ichigon-ji temple, Kyoto | by Damien Douxchamps

Bright green leaves adjacent to a black roof. Off the beaten paths: Ichigon-ji temple, Kyoto.

Japan kiyomizu-dera is amazing. We actually had students give us a tour to practice their English.

Ryūto live in a sheltered city with lots of Japanese style temples and buildings

Itsukushima shrine, Japan

A torii is a traditional Japanese gate at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, - Itsukushima shrine, Japan

鳥居の種類 A「神明鳥居(Shinmei torii)」、B「鹿島鳥居(Kashima torii)」、C「明神鳥居(Myōjin torii)」、D「八幡鳥居(Hachiman torii)」、E「春日鳥居(Kasuga torii)」、F「中山鳥居(Nakayama torii)」、G「外宮鳥居(Gekū torii)」、H「三柱鳥居(Mihashira torii)」、I「三輪鳥居(Miwa torii)」、J「両部鳥居(Ryōbu torii)」

Varieties of Japanese Torii gates: A Shinmei torii、B Kashima torii、C Myōjin torii、D Hachiman torii、E Kasuga torii、F Nakayama torii、G Gekū torii、H Mihashira torii、I Miwa torii、J Ryōbu torii

Getting Kiraku Clothing inspired

mistymorningme: “ Mitsurugi-sha in Fushimi Inari Shrine by Takashi Photographed at Fushimi Inari Shrine, Kyoto, Japan.

The inner shrine of Ise Jingu (Grand Shrine) in 1993, just before the 20 year transfer.

Ise JIngu (Ise Grand Shinto Shrine) in 1993 preceding the Sengu, once every 20 years transfer ceremony.

京都府精華町

京都府精華町

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