Kyoto, Japan

The red gate you see in the picture is the gate (torii) for one of the shrines in Kyoto, Japan. The color red is a charm against evil spirits for many shrines across Japan. Colors can have different meanings and messages around the world.

伏見稲荷大社 Torii gates in winter's snow

The Torii gates of Japan seems to be very simple but has geometric shapes and figures and has symmetry.

Kuuya-taki Waterfall (空也滝), Kyoto, Japan -- Copyright 2013 Jeffrey Friedl

fromthefloatingworld: “ A Drenched Visit to the Kuuya-Taki Waterfall in Western Kyoto ”

Tunnel of hundreds of torii gates at Motonosumi Inari Shrine (Yamaguchi, Japan)

Tunnel of hundreds of torii gates at Motonosumi Inari Shrine (Yamaguchi, Japan)…

Oarai-Isosakijinja #japan #ibaraki

wanokokoro-japan: Untitled by 阪口 幸雄 Mist in Kamiiso-no-Torii(Shrine Gate), Oarai Isosaki Shrine, Ibaraki, Japan.

伊勢神宮 Ise Shrine

With more than years of history, this complex of Shinto shrines nestled in the forests of Ise is a living piece of Japanese culture.

Pinterest
Search