A blog of Japan. You can see Japanese daily life and scenery through my camera. All photos are taken in Funabashi city and surround.
This small Inari shrine stands by an old residence called " Kioukaku". Photo above is a stone fox of the Inari shrine.In the left side of the photo above, you can see the small Inari shrine.
So beautiful, looks like a movie.
When we look at pictures 1 and 2, we may think the old house and the shrine are lost in the country. And suddenly, on picture 3, we discover the gigantic wall behind, and see that old house and shrine are so small and frail! The building behind seems to be a threat for them, like a kind of monster!This last shot is so impressive!!
I like all three photos but I like the RED gate photo the best!
It looks really small and even "threatened" by the building behind it!Very nice postGod bless you!Cezar
I love all the pictures, they are really beautiful!
稲荷様は私にとってとても大切ですよ。 私達にこの写真を見せてくれたありがとう。 (^▽^)｡･:*:･ﾟ★,｡美しい,｡･:*:･ﾟ☆私はこれ偶然見つけた。twitter.com/nobu これはNobuさんですか?
Thanks for your comments.麗香さん。それは別のノブさんです。ところで、麗香さんがまた、私のブログに来てくれて、とても幸せです！！
What a huge contrast! I love that red structure, Just love it!Thank you for the lovely haiku! I have just added it to my post! xx
Ah, the first picture is so beautiful ...
親切な歓迎ありがとうございます。 私はNobuさんのブログに来てくれて、同様に幸せです。 (^_^) 月見おめでとう！
I like how the traditional building is preserved amidst the modern skyscrapers.
The red of the gate is gorgeous in contrast to its surroundings. Great photo, Nobu!
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