Monday, August 1, 2016

Visiting temples in Tokyo. 東京散歩、三軒茶屋。







































































34 comments:

  1. The temples in your country are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing your photos.

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  2. Interesting architecture.....some of the sculptures look quite scary!
    You have shown some lovely flower photos in the previous two posts.
    Thank you Minoru, have a great week!
    Ruby

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      Thank you very much for your comment. Thanks for visiting my two previous posts.

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  3. Hi. Very beautiful temple. The statues are quite amazing.

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  5. I wish I visited more temples in Japan. They so wonderful to get lost in & explore. Thanks for sharing some beautiful photos.

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  6. Some of these creatures are rather scary!
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  7. Nice pictures..you could better have given some narration too.All the best.

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  8. Very nice series of photos! Have a great week!
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  10. One of the things I want to do in Japan is visit temples and the other is......taste the food.

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    1. Dear Photo Cache.
      Thank you very much for your comment. We always welcome you if You will come to Tokyo.

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  11. Beautiful temples. So different from ours. I would like to someday visit. Minoru.
    Good week.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Dear Laura.
      Thank you very much for your comment. My wife and I welcome you very much,if you come to Tokyo.

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  12. Those temples are pretty! I like all the statues too.

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  13. Great pictures, really like how interesting the the temples look. I could only imagine the attention to detail that the interiors have.

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  14. I love the photo of the rock on the water, that creates a feel of the temple. :)

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  16. Stunning flowers in a calming and peaceful space. Thank you for sharing your tour.

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  17. I always love to visit Japanese temples because the design of the roofs and huge pillars are very beautiful and unique to me. I also like to admire the Buddhist statues as they look different in different Asian countries.

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    1. Dear Twilight Man.
      Thank you very much for your comment. I think they are very different from Singapore aboutBuddism ornaments.

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