Roof detail at the Nikko Unesco World Heritage site

Roof detail at the Nikko Unesco World Heritage site

JAPAN. Shrines and Temples of Nikko. "They are closely associated with the history of the Tokugawa Shoguns."

JAPAN. Shrines and Temples of Nikko. "They are closely associated with the history of the Tokugawa Shoguns."

The main shrine of Nikko is the complex of temples of Tosho-gu , built in 1634 by Tokugawa Iemitsu (1603-1651) in honor of his grandfather Ieyasu to show others daimyo (feudal lords) the power of the Tokugawa shogunate. the construction attended by about 15,000 craftsmen from all over Japan, who worked tirelessly for two years forging what is perhaps the most beautiful temple in the country.  The entrance to the temple Tosho-gu is camped by a huge torii of granite. stands a five-story pagoda

The main shrine of Nikko is the complex of temples of Tosho-gu , built in 1634 by Tokugawa Iemitsu (1603-1651) in honor of his grandfather Ieyasu to show others daimyo (feudal lords) the power of the Tokugawa shogunate. the construction attended by about 15,000 craftsmen from all over Japan, who worked tirelessly for two years forging what is perhaps the most beautiful temple in the country. The entrance to the temple Tosho-gu is camped by a huge torii of granite. stands a five-story pagoda

Roadside Shinto Shrine, Nikko, Japan - Travel Past 50

Roadside Shinto Shrine, Nikko, Japan

KENROKUEN GARDENS, KANAZAWA, JAPAN.

Big in Japan! Kimono-over und wir reisen nach Japan. Als go go geisha entspannen wir unter wilden Kirschblüten, mal now and zen, mal hier, mal da. Frei im Geist, wie ein playing koi - Oh maki me happy. So wird schnell ein udon know me zu Konnichiwa.

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