The road to the shrine was beautiful. Big ginkgo trees are planted and they add brilliant color. Good for walking around.
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I visited this place many times but today I went there to see autum leaves. The ginkgo trees beyond big Torii gate and statue of Ohmura Masujiro were very beautiful. By the way the statue is the very first western style bronze statue ever made...More
We have lived in Tokyo for a year and have struggled with the choice to visit this shrine. Enshrined here are the nations war dead, including WWII Class A war criminals. We in no way wanted our visit to be seen as us go outing...More
The temple grounds are neat and tidy as you would expect. It is quiet and peaceful, too. Watching people come to pray and make offerings ... this is generally a place of subtlety. Even the massive eastern gate (Torii) is somehow understated for its girth....More
The shrine is always controversial and appeared in the global news once any political person visit. It is worth to visit and observe. The place to learn from the other side. Next to the shrine is the war museum. They exhibited wars in their view...More
After visiting there you realize that this place is a must for any visitor in Japan. Adjacent is Yushukan war memorial. Together they tell a lot about the Japanese point of view. Without visiting there 2 places you will miss a very important aspect of...More
Interesting experience to visit this Shrine. Worth the time, but expect crowds. One can appreciate the building and the character associated with the intent of the religion.