April 16, 2010

Approach of Ueno Toshogu

approach of Ueno Toshogu
Ueno Toshogu is a shinto shrine located in Ueno Park.

stone lanterns along the approach
Many stone lanterns stand both side of the approach.

stone lantern
stone lantern
You can see petals of cherry blossoms on the stone lantern in the photo above.

(Note)
These photos were taken on April 13, 2010.

8 comments:

you-wee because said...

Konnichiwa Nobu-san!

Thanks a lot for your comment on my blog.
Yes, my hometown Bad Mergentheim has a sister-city / twinning arrangement of towns with the Japanese city of Fuefuki (笛吹市), located in Yamanashi.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fuefuki,_Yamanashi
And that's obviously the reason why my hometown has a cherry tree with a (Japanese) stone latern next to it in its spa gardens.

But the laterns you shot several photos of are much more beautiful!

Malyss said...

I like the contrast between those strong, heavy and eternal stone lanterns, and the ephemeral silky lightness of the petals...Your country offers so much poetry!

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello Nobu,
Fabulous pictures, this place is so beautiful and I loved the perspective in your shots!
Have a great weekend,
hugs
Léia

Anne Vis said...

Beautiful shots, thanks for the tour!

sleepygirl said...

Amazing pictures!

valeria said...

I perfectly agree with Malyss...
I can't think of anything more suggestive..

1ondoncalling said...

Ueno Park is one of the best parks to see ohanami in Tokyo?

R vin said...

Hello. This forever will be part of my memory. The Ueno Park is where we're at during March 11 earthquake. A day after we arrived in Tokyo for holiday. My prayers to your beautiful country and your countrymen. You can visit my blog to follow my journal regarding our Tokyo experience at http://arvtar.blogspot.com/

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