Somewhat politically controversial, but definitely one of the most famous shinto shrines in Japan.
A shrine with a long and distinguished history. The huge head of lion (Japanese or Chinese characterization) is actually a stage for religious dance play.
This is a GigaPan of the main building of the Shrine of Remembrance from the bottom of the steps. The shrine is near the old downtown area just a couple of blocks from Federation Square.
Looking down at Kyoto-city from the top of Higashi-yama(Eastend of the city).
You can see the kamo-river accompanied by colonnade green.
Also,You can see the imperial Palace in kyoto covered by trees.
Meiji Shrine, located in Shibuya, Tokyo, is a Shinto shrine.
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Meiji Shrine, located in Shibuya, Tokyo, is a Shinto shrine. If you come on Sunday, you will see Japanese weddings.
Tsukubajinja, or "Tsukuba shrine", is a Shinto shrine at the base of Mount Tsukuba. This shows the shrine gate and some nearby hotels.
Filled with paper lanterns.
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