Ueno Park, Tōshō-gū

Posted by Hoshisato (Dippach, Luxembourg) on 5 May 2016 in Architecture.

Tokugawa Ieyasu is enshrined here in Ueno Park as well as in Nikkō, why is it that anything to do with Tokugawa Ieyasu is so over the top? Too much gold and glimmer, not very tasteful, kitsch, and it reeks of a personality cult, if you ask me.

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Pentax MZ-S
ISO 800
50 mm


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