JAPAN PHOTOS by Philbert Ono

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Last additions - Koto-ku 江東区
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Monument for usokae.Apr 02, 2021
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Mitake ShrineApr 02, 2021
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Photogenic shot of plum blossoms and a taiko bridge at Kameido Tenjin Shrine in Tokyo.Apr 02, 2021
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Photogenic shot of plum blossoms and a taiko bridge at Kameido Tenjin Shrine in Tokyo.Apr 02, 2021
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Plum blossoms at Kameido Tenjin Shrine, TokyoApr 02, 2021
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Weeping plum tree.Apr 02, 2021
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Weeping plum tree.Apr 02, 2021
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Memorial for writing brushes and any writing instruments including pens. You can put used pens in the box for disposal.Apr 02, 2021
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Statue of Sugawara Michizane as a child.Apr 02, 2021
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Monument for the man who first manufactured matches in Japan.Apr 02, 2021
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Sacred cow statue. Rub the nose for good luck.Apr 02, 2021
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These plum blossoms are from Dazaifu Shrine in Fukuoka. Feb. 2019.Apr 02, 2021
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2019 was the Year of the Boar.Apr 02, 2021
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Ema tablets with wisteria design for Kameido Tenjin Shrine.Apr 02, 2021
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Many students pray here during January to February to pass school entrance exams or to do well in school. Apr 02, 2021
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine main worship hall in Feb. 2019.Apr 02, 2021
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Plum trees grew since the last time I took this shot.Apr 02, 2021
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Plum blossoms and Tokyo Sky Tree.Apr 02, 2021
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Cherry blossoms along Kyu-Nakagawa River in Koto Ward.Mar 31, 2021
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Cherry blossoms along Kyu-Nakagawa River in Koto Ward.Mar 31, 2021
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Cherry blossoms along Kyu-Nakagawa River in Koto Ward.Mar 31, 2021
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Cherry blossoms along Kyu-Nakagawa River in Koto Ward.Mar 31, 2021
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Cherry blossoms along Kyu-Nakagawa River in Koto Ward.Mar 31, 2021
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Heisei Bridge photographed in 2019, the last year of the Heisei Period.Mar 31, 2021
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Heisei Bridge photographed in 2019, the last year of the Heisei Period.Mar 31, 2021
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Heisei Bridge photographed in 2019, the last year of the Heisei Period.Mar 31, 2021
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Kyu-Nakagawa River from Heisei Bridge. 旧中川Mar 31, 2021
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Some cherry blossoms along Kyu-Nakagawa River near Heisei Bridge. 旧中川Mar 31, 2021
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Not far from Sendaibori Park is Heisei Bridge on the border with Edogawa-ku. It was built in Dec. 1994 (Heisei 6). 平成橋Mar 31, 2021
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Walking down Sendaibori Park from the northern end.Mar 31, 2021
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The northern end of Sendaibori Park.Mar 31, 2021
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It wasn't exactly what we had planned for lunch, but it was good and healthy. At least we ate in Toyosu.Dec 28, 2018
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On a street corner near Toyosu Station is where 7-11's first store in Japan opened in 1974. It's still operating here in the same building. Toyosu is quite a new, modern town. Lots of construction still going on. It's turning out quite well.Dec 28, 2018
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Inside Cafe Haus near Toyosu Station.Dec 28, 2018
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Near Toyosu Station is a restaurant called Cafe Haus. It's a good restaurant.Dec 28, 2018
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Inside the Yurikamome Line train. Since we couldn't eat sushi at Toyosu Market, we took the train to Toyosu Station two stops away and had a late lunch there instead.Dec 28, 2018
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Across the water from Toyosu is the Tokyo Olympic Village under construction.Dec 28, 2018
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The vegetable market's biggest item is cabbage, then daikon.Dec 28, 2018
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The fruit market's biggest item is mikan (tangerines), then citrus.Dec 28, 2018
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Not much action in the fruit and vegetable market since it was in the afternoon.Dec 28, 2018
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At the end of the corridor, there's this big observation deck where you can see the wholesale section of the fruit and vegetable market.Dec 28, 2018
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Hauling green onions.Dec 28, 2018
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Better view of the fruit/vegetable market toward the end of the corridor.Dec 28, 2018
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Corridor wall also had panels explaining the history of the food and vegetable market in Tokyo.Dec 28, 2018
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Not much of a view though.Dec 28, 2018
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Each observation window was color-coded and named after a fruit or vegetable. A nice touch.Dec 28, 2018
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The observation corridor for tourists inside the fruit and vegetable market. Lots of windows, but they don't show much.Dec 28, 2018
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Entrance to the fruit and vegetable market.Dec 28, 2018
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Lastly, this is the fruit and vegetable market, Block 5.Dec 28, 2018
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Many of the shops had congratulatory flowers for their grand opening.Dec 28, 2018
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Map of Uogashi Yokocho Market in Block 6. Lots of little shops.Dec 28, 2018
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Cutlery shop in Uogashi Yokocho Market.Dec 28, 2018
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Block 6's upper floor has a section of shops called Uogashi Yokocho Market. (This section is not indicated on the official map.) These are small shops catering mainly to market workers. They also sell to the public. However, by 2:00 pm most of the stores were closing.Dec 28, 2018
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Block 6 has many windows for tourists, but you can hardly see anything. We can see just a small slit of the market floor. Just a pathway for the people and turret trucks, you don't see the sellers. However, I was later told that there is also a viewing deck on the first floor where there is a better view.Dec 28, 2018
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Also in the corridor, bilingual explanatory panels for identifying fish.Dec 28, 2018
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Anybody could get on the turret truck and pose for photos.Dec 28, 2018
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Block 6's market entry hall had two turret trucks on display.Dec 28, 2018
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After seeing the Block 6 restaurants, we walked along this long corridor and entered the market part of the building.Dec 28, 2018
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Only this coffee shop was not crowded. So we gave up having a sushi lunch at Toyosu Market. There are plans to build larger restaurant facilities in buildings adjacent to the market. However, they won't open until 2023.Dec 28, 2018
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Long lines everywhere for sushi. The restaurants usually sell out by 2 pm, then they close. The huge crowd is either here for the novelty of a new attraction or they may be a strong sign of Toyosu Market's massive popularity.

I'm afraid the Tsukiji Outer Market will soon be marginalized by Toyosu Market. The market is the heart and soul, and it's now in Toyosu. The fishmongers in Toyosu are very gung-ho now and really want the Toyosu brand to exceed the old Tsukiji brand.
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Block 6's restaurant section is the larger one at Toyosu Market. However, all the restaurants were totally crowded with people by 1:30 pm. Many restaurants that were at Tsukiji moved here or opened a branch here. Wanna wait 1 to 2 hours for sushi?? Nope, but these people don't seem to mind.

If you want sushi and don't want to wait in line, go to the Tsukiji Outer Market instead.
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Block 6 has this small entrance to the restaurant section.Dec 28, 2018
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Next is Block 6 where the fish is carved up and sold to sushi restaurants and supermarkets. This is the largest building of the three.Dec 28, 2018
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Block 7 has a restaurant section (not indicated on the official map). All crowded.Dec 28, 2018
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Hand signals to indicate numbers at auctions.Dec 28, 2018
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Nice bilingual (Japanese and English) explanatory panels in the corridors. At 2 am, they unload the tuna here. At 4 am, buyers examine the tuna and assess the bid price. At 4:30 am, auction starts. At 7 am, the buyers are busy hauling away the tuna.Dec 28, 2018
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View of the tuna floor in Block 7. The floor was painted green for better contrast with the tuna's red flesh to assess the quality. We visited around 2 pm, so nobody was here. You have to come here by 6 am or 7 am to see some action.Dec 28, 2018
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Block 7's tourist corridor with glass windows to see the tuna floor.Dec 28, 2018
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Another crowd-pleasing tuna display in Block 7. Life-size model of the biggest tuna ever sold at Tsukiji fish market in April 1986. 2.88 meters long, 496 kg. Didn't say how much it sold for.Dec 28, 2018
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Information desk in Block 7's exhibition room. Lots of questions from foreigners to staff who couldn't really speak English.Dec 28, 2018
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Toyosu Market's official mascot: Itchi-no.Dec 28, 2018
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Tuna display in the small exhibition room in Block 7.Dec 28, 2018
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Exhibition room in Block 7.Dec 28, 2018
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Block 7 has this small exhibition room with photos of the old Tsukiji fish market and other things.Dec 28, 2018
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The official website provides this very basic map of Toyosu Market. There are three blocks/buildings all connected to each other and to Shijo-mae Station via pedestrian overpasses.The red lines on this map show the pedestrian overpass to each block. All three buildings have a long tourist corridor with picture windows to see inside the market.

When the market is open (closed on Sun.), tourists can tour the three Toyosu Market buildings from 5 am to 5 pm. However, there's not much market action after late morning.

Besides the markets, there are sushi restaurants. The problem with this map is that it doesn't show where the restaurants are. They are in Blocks 6 and 7. Very crowded though.

Block 7 is where the tuna auctions are held, but the public won't be able to see the auction area until next Jan. But if you come here by 6 am or so, you should be able to see some tuna being hauled away on the floor. This block also has some restaurants.

Block 6 is the largest building of the three. This is where the sold tuna is carved up. This building also has a large sushi restaurant area that is not indicated on this map. The upper floor also has little shops (Uogashi Yokocho Market) for people who work at the market. They sell knives, tea, etc., and also sell to the public, but the shops close by 2 pm or so.

Block 5 is the fruit and vegetable market. Least crowded. No restaurants inside.
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Directional signs for tourists are in Japanese, English, Chinese, and Korean.Dec 28, 2018
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This is Block 7 where the tuna auctions are held. Let's enter here first. Notice the pedestrian overpass going into the building.Dec 28, 2018
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Toyosu Market is proving to be massively popular among the curious and sushi lovers. Toyosu Market is near Shijo-mae Station (seen on the left here) on the Yurikamome Line that runs between Shimbashi and Toyosu Stations.Dec 28, 2018
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Shijo-mae Station is connected directly to convenient pedestrian overpasses leading to the three Toyosu Market buildings/blocks. (That's Block 6 in the distance.)Dec 28, 2018
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Wisteria and Tokyo Skytree at night.Jun 20, 2017
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Raining wisteria at Kameido Tenjin Shrine.Jun 20, 2017
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Bottom view of Kameido Tenjin Shrine wisteria at night.Jun 20, 2017
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine wisteria at night.Jun 20, 2017
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Lots of people came to see the Kameido Tenjin Shrine wisteria at night in early May.Jun 20, 2017
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine wisteria at night.Jun 20, 2017
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine wisteria at night.Jun 20, 2017
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Tokyo Sky TreeJun 13, 2017
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Tokyo Sky Tree and cherry blossoms.Jun 13, 2017
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Sarue Onshi Park is a spacious local park with sakura cherry blossoms, azalea, and autumn leaves. Near Sumiyoshi Station on the Toei Shinjuku Line subway and Kinshicho Station.Jun 13, 2017
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This clock tower is the park's focal point. Cherry blossoms are substantial and many people hold hanami flower-viewing picnics. But it's not as crowded as Ueno Park.Jun 13, 2017
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Tsukudajima skyline across the mouth of Sumida River. Yataibune.Sep 26, 2016
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Eitaibashi Bridge spans over the Sumida Bridge. Lit up in blue at night.Sep 26, 2016
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Eitaibashi Bridge spans over the Sumida Bridge. Lit up in blue at night.Sep 26, 2016
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Eitaibashi Bridge spans over the Sumida Bridge. Lit up in blue at night.Sep 26, 2016
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Wisteria at Kameido Tenjin Shrine lit up in the evening.Sep 26, 2016
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Wisteria at Kameido Tenjin Shrine lit up in the evening.Sep 26, 2016
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Tokyo Skytree at Kameido Tenjin Shrine with the wisteria in bloom in the evening.Sep 26, 2016
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When the wisteria are in bloom, it is also lit up at night.Sep 26, 2016
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See my YouTube video of the Kameido Tenjin Shrine's Taimatsu Torch Festival on March 25, 2016.Apr 06, 2016
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Main worship hall.Apr 06, 2016
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A ceremony was held again to transfer the spirit back to the shrine. Apr 06, 2016
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Small bon fire next to the shrine that lit the torches.Apr 06, 2016
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Kameido Tenjin Shrine torch festivalApr 06, 2016
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The torch procession returned to the shrine's worship hall at about 7 pm. This picture looks light, but it was actually quite dark.Apr 06, 2016
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The lantern bearer provides light for the priest inside the cloth barrier carrying Michizane's spirit.Apr 06, 2016
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Michizane's spirit goes over the taiko-bashi bridge.Apr 06, 2016
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Shrine priest throws some sacred confetti to purify the path ahead of Michizane's spirit coming through in the procession at Kameido Tenjin.Apr 06, 2016
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On March 25, Kameido Tenjin Shrine holds the Taimatsu Torch Festival officially named "Shinkisai."Apr 06, 2016
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They passed by the shrine and proceeded to the other side of the shrine grounds.Apr 06, 2016
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The torch procession went over one of the shrine's trademark arch bridges.Apr 06, 2016
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Spectators and photographers were not allowed to be on the bridges when the procession crossed over.Apr 06, 2016
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The torch procession went over one of the shrine's trademark arch bridges. They walked within the shrine grounds along the main paths, through the center and perimeter.Apr 06, 2016
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The torch bearers were monitored by firemen who carried small fire extinguishers that squirted water on the small embers on the ground and any torches that burned too close to the human.Apr 06, 2016
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A priest holding the spirit (probably in a little box) is walking inside the silk cloth barrier (絹垣(きぬがき)). One of the priests let out a low-tone moan as Michizane passed by. Very dignified.Apr 06, 2016
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Gagaku musicians also played in the procession that went around the shrine grounds.Apr 06, 2016
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Since the torch bearers supposed to receive good fortune from the god, there is no shortage of volunteers, including a few foreigners.Apr 06, 2016
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Michizane's spirit, which had been transferred from the shrine, is carried in the procession within a silk cloth barrier. Apr 06, 2016
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The torch bearers were volunteers from the public who had signed up for the task. They carried bamboo sticks lit by a small bon fire.Apr 06, 2016
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The shrine worships Sugawara-no-Michizane, the god of learning and scholarship. So many students come and pray here to pass school entrance exams.The torch festival marks the anniversary of Michizane's death on March 25. All Tenjin and Tenmangu shrines are dedicated to Michizane. The festival started with a short ceremony inside the shrine's worship hall at 6 pm. It was followed by the torch procession. Apr 06, 2016
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A shop's shutter art near Kameido Tenjin Shrine, TokyoApr 06, 2016
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On March 25, Kameido Tenjin Shrine holds the Taimatsu Torch Festival officially named "Shinkisai" (亀戸天神 松明祭り・神忌祭) at 6 pm to 7 pm. Apr 06, 2016
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Tokyo Skytree in chrysanthemums at Kameido Tenjin Shrine.Apr 06, 2016
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Tokyo Skytree in chrysanthemums at Kameido Tenjin Shrine.Apr 06, 2016
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In 2014, they had a Tokyo Skytree in chrysanthemums at Kameido Tenjin Shrine.Apr 06, 2016
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Tokyo Skytree in chrysanthemums at Kameido Tenjin Shrine.Apr 06, 2016
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Yokozuna Taiho's tournament victoriesApr 06, 2016
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Yokozuna Taiho's topknotApr 06, 2016
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In the museum lobby is a special exhibition about Yokozuna Taiho, one of the greatest yokozuna in history. His stable was in Koto.Apr 06, 2016
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Yokozuna Taiho exhibitionApr 06, 2016
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