What fascinates me about Japan is how tradition and modernity are incorporated seamlessly in both social behaviors and architecture. Hie Jinja (Shrine) is a good example of the later. It is located in a modern sector of Tokyo, very close to the Japanese government buildings (Diet), and yet, the shrine offers an oasis of serenity amist the turbulent modernity of Tokyo.
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- Tokyo National Museum - May 23, 2016
- Bic Camera Store In Shinjuku, Tokyo - May 16, 2016
- Delicious grilled chicken and a view of Tokyo Station in Shin-Marunouchi building - May 9, 2016