Meiji Jingu

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  • Genuinely stunning. Make sure you go on a weekday or a non-holiday. I went on a national holiday and I could barely move it was so busy. I've never seen so many people in one place! I will be going back on a quieter day to get some pictures that aren't filled with tourists!

  • Pretty wooden shrine. Surrounding grounds are lovely and this definitely worth checking out whilst in Tokyo. Wasn't too busy when we went in the early afternoon. Definitely try out the fortune boxes for 100 Yen. Would recommend of you are in the area and want to see an authentic Japanese shrine.

  • Difficult to enjoy the beauty with the bullhorns for crowd control. The crowd itself was quiet, docile and well behaved. They built so much extra stuff to manage the crowd that it takes away from the simple beauty. It is best to go outside the holiday.

  • One if the most beautiful places I've seen in my life. We went wen the sun was shining perfectly through the trees. It was like something out of a dream I love the aesthetic of the place. Highly recommend especially if you can find a time when there is less people around

  • It's a temple in memory of the Japanese king. Also there are a bunch of species of plantation in it, said that contains the most species of it in Asia, although I'm not quite sure. The king loves both Sake and western wine, so you can see the decorations of wine cellar and sake cellar on the sides of the avenue that connecting from the entrance to the temple. I just lingered around for only one hour here.

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