Hanazono Shrine

Un autre endroit que je vous fais découvrir de mon voyage au Japon, à Tokyo. Hanazono Shrine est une sanctuaire shinto fondé au milieu du 17è siècle et est situé dans l’arrondissement de Shinjuku.
Nous y sommes allées avant de prendre le bus pour aller au Mont Fuji (article à venir également). Nous avons pu découvrir Shinjuku par la même occasion et découvrir ce shrine sous une chaleur et un soleil tapant. Nous avons eu l’occasion de croiser des geishas, voir comment les japonais utilisaient la cloche pour faire leur prière et les points d’eau pour se rafraîchir.

Another place I want you to discover with me during my travel in Japan, in Tokyo. Hanazono Shrine is a Shinto shrine located in Japan, in Tokyo. This shrine was founded in the mid-17th century. It nestled in the heart of Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward, Hanazono Shrine is a small and unobtrusive structure that, according to Fodor’s, just happens to be one of the most historical shrines in Japan. Constructed in the Edo period by the Hanazono family, this Inari shrine —a shrine dedicated to Inari, the androgynous god of fertility and worldly success — is a favorite place for businessmen to pray for successful ventures.
We came there before going to Mount Fuji (future article in progress). We had the pleasure to visit Shinjuku with a strong sun. We saw geishas, how japanese pray by using the bell and all the process and the watering place to have a drink.

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