Meiji Shinto Shrine
Shibuya ku Yoyogi Kamizono cho.
  • Meiji Shinto Shrine has a forest.
  • There are a lot of tall trees.
  • This forest was made for 100 years.
  • How did they make a forest?
  • They planted 100,000 trees in 1915.
  • The placement is calculated.
  • Did persons bring up this trees?
  • No.
  • Nature formed this forest.
  • I can't believe it.
  • It's prohibited to enter this forest.
  • We are inside.
  • You can only a limited road.
  • She is right.
  • They didn't burn the leaf.
  • The dead leaf went back in the forest.
  • They entrusted it naturally for 100 years.
  • What has become of the forest?
  • There were many rare animals and insects.
  • Rare animals?
  • Panda?
  • Koala?
  • Are you kidding?
  • raccoon dog, goshawk, etc.
  • There were extinct animals and a new variety of insect.
  • Where did it come from?
  • Who is this shrine dedicated to?
  • Emperor Meiji enshrined.
  • Citizen of Tokyo hoped.
  • What is the characteristic of this Shinto shrine?
  • What is written on the omikuji?
  • A fortune-telling message?
  • The song which the Emperor Meiji and the Empress Dowager made.
  • It softens.
  • There are not guardian dogs Komainu.
  • The barrel of the Shinto shrine is Japanese sake.
  • But here is..
  • There are Wine barrels.
  • Why wine barrels?
  • The Emperor Meiji drank wine well.
  • Polyphenol is plentiful.
  • An approach to a shrine is turn to 88 degrees.
  • Is it not 90 degrees?
  • Why 88 degrees?
  • The shape of eight means increasing prosperity in Japanese.
  • I was tired of walking.
  • I have business at Harajuku Station.