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Photographer's Note

Here is Nedu Shrine(根津神社) at the downtown of Tokyo.
And i took this picture because i was very intereted in between fox sitting and a continuous of long red mini gates.
Gate is called "Torii" and it is the one to divide the world when the god region and man live, and the one in the Shinto shrine to show the entrance to the god region.
And, i post main building as a workshop.

(P.S)
Stepping into the precincts of the Nezu Shrine at Nezu, you can get away from street noises. Here you find the main building of the shrine with all-lacquered red, completed by the 5th Tokugawa Shogun Tsunayoshi(徳川綱吉). That was the biggest shrine architecture in the City of Edo then, and now is designated as an important cultural property of Japan.
The stage of the small shrine Otome Inari on the hillside commands the best view. The sun makes a nice contrast with the shade, on both the faded red fence with lattice windows and the fresh green leaves of the trees.

(P.P)
- Sharpen
- Add black to red color

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Viewed: 1972
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Additional Photos by mikio kato (kato) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1386 W: 219 N: 3395] (11630)
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