December 10, 2010

Autumn Colours in Yasukuni Shrine

Yasukuni Shrine is a Shinto shrine located at Kudankita, Chiyoda ward.
You can see beautiful autumn leaves at the shrine.
Especially, I like yellow leaves of ginkgo trees in the shrine.

These photos were taken on November 29 , 2010.

This post is linked to Show me Japan , a weekend meme by Anna.
You can see many nice photos of Japan from there.
Please take a look!!


Y. Ikeda said...

Hi Nobu,
Thanks for participating in "Show Me Japan". We are glad to see you once again!
We have been to Yasukuni Shrine couple of times so far. Last time we were there was in sizzling summer. To be precisely correct, it was on August 15! So I am glad to see photo of autumn colors. I like golden color of ginkgo tree, too.
Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful weekend.

A and Y Ikeda said...

Yes, Yoshi is right. We visited Yasukuni in January, and then in August, and I was there once in June, but we've never been there in the fall.
Thank you for these lovely photos!

Malyss said...

Ginkos make a golden path from this alley!

echo said...

So beautiful! Autumn here is so gray, wet, and melancholy. I love the golden leaves on the trees.

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