Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Trees that God dwells

    Torii (shrine archway) At the main shrine buildings
   go-shin-boku (honorable sacred tree) in Meiji shrine
   Kitasando  in Meiji shrine

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

National Holiday of November 23

National Holiday of November 23,
Japan has been celebrating a fall harvest with an ancient Shinto ceremony called Niinamesai, which literally means “the festival of new crops.”  Farmers are grateful to harvest, dedicated to God
This is  Treasure ship with  Vegetables  at  Meiji Shrine

Monday, November 24, 2014

Traditional event

Meiji Shrine  
There are  many children in traditional dress(Kimono) at the shrine  in November
It  is  Shichigosan Festival,  Celebration in the family three generation.....Smile Smile Smile




Meiji Jingu Shrine

Meiji Jingu Shrine 2014.11.24
Grain,Vegetables,Flowers,many Specialty....It is dedicated to all 47 of the country's prefectures.
and Worshipers from around the world,
It is Really peaceful

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Tori-no-Ichi at Hnazono Shrine in Shinjuku Novenber 23

The Tori-no-Ichi is conducted according to old Japanese customs, and is held on the days of the rooster in November.The festival continues until 2:00     
This good-luck rake is made of bamboo and is decorated with masks and koban (old gold coins).

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Odaiba and Rainbow Bridge

The name Odaiba comes from a series of six island fortresses constructed in 1853 In 1928,  No. 3  was refurbished and opened to the public as the Metropolitan Daiba ParkThere are also fewer people, it is surprisingly quiet area .......unlike the opposite shore





Friday, November 21, 2014

Odaiba Tokyo Bay

can feel the future city  in  Tokyo Metropolitan area ,Especially at night.
Shopping/TV station/Hotel/Gundam/Statue of Liberty/Onsen ...... a strange town,
the rainbow bridge is mostly for lovers