Visitors, Tokyo Daijingu, Tokyo, Japan

Visitors are frequenting the grounds of Tokyo Daijingu, one of the five major shrines in Tokyo. It is famous for being the first shrine to establish the Shinto wedding ceremony in Japan. In 1900, the Crown Prince Yoshihito, who later went on to become Emperor Taishō, married at Tokyo Daijingu in front of the imperial sanctuary gods. Since then, it has come to be a location where the common people hold Shinto weddings.

Visitors are frequenting the grounds of Tokyo Daijingu, one of the five major shrines in Tokyo.
Visitors, Tokyo Daijingu, Tokyo, Japan

Shot with Nikon FE2 and 28mm f/2.8 lens on Kodak Portra 400 film. Scanned by National Photo Lab in Harajuku, Tokyo.

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