도쿄 메이지신궁에 들렀습니다. 기분이 묘했지만 도심 속의 공원이라고 생각하고 산책했습니다. 현지 학생들이 많이 방문하고 있었습니다.
Located in between the two most populous shopping and entertainment districts in Tokyo, Shinjuku and Shibuya — Meiji Jingu Shrine surprisingly has an incredible amount of greenery! It is surrounded by a serene veil of forestry, making it kind of an urban oasis of nature. Definitely worth a visit!
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The monuments in Tokyo may not be counted as historic sites. Even the shrines are just a few doors and torii. There are no huge architectural systems like the palaces and Chinese temples. Its as if I went to Shinjuku. Seeing the big mall is a lively street. The Shrine is located in the center of Tokyo, covering an area of 70 hectares. It is adjacent to the Shinjuku business district and occupies the entire strip from Yoyogi to Harajuku. It is the largest piece of green space in downtown Tokyo. In the past, there was only Yuyuan, (the name sounded good, but it was closed). In 1915, the Meiji Shrine began construction. About 30,000 species of trees were donated in various places, and about 110,000 young volunteers participated in planting trees, and the existing generations of wood forests were built.
At the beginning, in order to achieve the goal of forming a natural forest after a hundred years, the scholars at that time started discussions on planting trees, and finally abandoned the common cedar and eucalyptus schemes of Ise Jingu according to the climatic and environmental conditions in Tokyo. A plan based on evergreen broad-leaved trees such as vertebral trees and oak trees was adopted.
The existing Big Bird House (Second Bird House) was built in the year of Showa 51 (1967). It is located at the junction of the North and South ginseng. It is 12 meters high and 17 meters wide. The column diameter is 1.2 meters and weighs 13 tons. It is Japan. The largest wooden god bird house. At the end of Nanshen Road there is a row of wine barrels: the left column is a Western wine barrel, and the right column is a Japanese sake barrel.
The Meiji Jingu Shrine is a must see on any tour to Tokyo. Beautiful well kept grounds and a very peaceful and serene spot to be quiet and take in the amazing architecture. A shrine built by the emperor, it has all the hallmarks of royalty. We happened to be there on a wedding day of a traditional Japanese bride. Even though we did not see the ceremony, we were able to witness her in her traditional attire being escorted to the shrine and other important spots to pay homage to the deities. The gardens itself would be worth the visit, the leafed trees were stunning and provided cover from the rain. After an entry gate you are in ancient forest, walking on a wide pathway towards a shrine. Total opposite for hustle and bustle in Shibuya streets.
메이지진구(Meiji Jingu)는 하라주쿠와 시부야 지역에 있는 요요기 공원 북쪽에 위치한 중요한 신사입니다. 이곳은 메이지 천황과 그 배우자인 쇼켄 황태후의 넋을 기리기 위한 곳입니다. 많은 사람들이 기도를 하고 복을 빌기 위해 방문하며 특히 새해 첫날 붐빕니다. 매년 수천 명의 관광객과 현지인이 가족의 안전, 학업 성취, 직업적 성공을 위해 기도합니다. 이곳에서는 일본 전통 결혼식이 열리는 것도 흔히 볼 수 있습니다.