Japan – Tokyo (Ueno Park) 2018

My #Japan #Tokyo Travel (Part 13) #Ueno #Park

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Vaguely retains the shadow of the Edo period, Visit and walk into Ueno Park, a spacious public park in the Ueno district of Taito, Tokyo. Ueno Park grounds were formerly belonging to the temple of Kan’ei-ji, during the Edo period.

After the Meiji Restoration, it was eventually donated by the Imperial Household Ministry to Tokyo City in 1924, name as Ueno Onshi Kōen. So a statue of Saigo Takamori is well known as the symbol of the park. It is one of a leading figure of Meiji Restoration, protect the city from evil.

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Saigo Takamori is well known as the symbol of the park
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Red Torii Tunnel

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At first, the park consisted of the Kaneji Temple main building and mausoleum, Toshogu Shrine and temple is surrounding by the cherry trees. With more than 1000 cherry trees, Ueno Park is one of Tokyo’s celebrated and cherry blossom view point in spring.

Today, the park is widely known at home and abroad as a representative park of Japan with cultured and historic atmosphere. It is developed as famous for many museums, including Tokyo National Museum, National Museum for Western Art, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and the National Sciences Museum. Ueno Zoo, the first zoo in Japan also in the park.

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Pray and good luck for my love :p hahahah.
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because of winter season just A few cherry blossom.
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A stone statue of foxes

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In the Ueno Park, we visit Hanazono Inari Shrine, a popular Shrine as a god of love. Start from walk through Red Torii Tunnel, one of the most popular types of shrine in Japan. At the end of Red Torii, we can see Hanazono Inari Shrine have a power spot where people can go wish for be encountered more quickly with their partner.

By the way, a stone statue of foxes which are in front of the shrine is considered as a messenger of Hanazono Inari. Accept the characteristic Red Torii tunnel and fox statues, the most interesting feature is an Ana-Inari Shrine (or Hole Inari), built in a rocky recess to honour a fox.

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See, the cherry is blossom at winter season.

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Just imagination if full of cherry blossom must be very beautiful and spectacular
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Hanazono Inari Shrine, a popular Shrine as a god of love

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Of cause in the Hanazono Inari Shrine, you can prepare a coin, please pray for love. First put a coin in the offertory box and ringing the bell. Bow (head down) two times twice clapping. Place your hands together and pray. Finally, One time of bowing (head down) and complete the entire step.
#Tokyo
#Ueno #Park
My #Tokyo #Save #TransportCost #Trip
#WinterSeason

 

我的#日本 #东京 之旅 (Part 13) #上野公园

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上野公园也叫恩賜公園一个隐约地保留着江户时代的影子,位于日本東京都台东区上野的一座公园。在江户时代,上野公园的场地原本是东营禅寺。

在1924大正天皇下赐与东京市管理,故名「恩赐」。西鄉隆盛銅像,已成為上野的地標。他是明治维新的领军人物之一,保护城市免受邪恶之害。

刚开始时,公园是由东营禅寺主楼和陵墓组成,而樱花树则围绕着东照宫和寺庙。上野公园拥有超过1000棵樱花树,是今日东京春季最着名的樱花观景点之一。

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红色鸟居隧道。
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红色鸟居的尽头,就可以看到上野花园稲荷神社。

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如今的上野公园在国内外被誉为日本具有文化和历史气息的代表性公园。它以众多博物馆而闻名,其中包括东京国立博物馆,国立西洋美术馆,东京都美术馆和国立科学博物馆。而上野动物园也是日本第一家动物园。

在上野公园,我们拜访了上野花园稲荷神社,一个称之爱之神的神社。一开始先步行穿过日本最受欢迎的神社之一 “红色鸟居隧道”。在红色鸟居的尽头,我们可以看到上野花园稲荷神社, 人们相信如果在那许愿的话可以更快遇到他们的另一半伴侣。

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冬天里盛开的花

顺道一提,在神社前面的狐狸石像被认为是花园稻荷的信使。这里除了有有特色的红色鸟居隧道和狐狸雕像外,最有趣的特点是Ana-Inari Shrine (or Hole Inari)建在一个岩石休会来纪念狐狸雕像。

当然都来到花园稻荷神社,你可以准备一枚硬币,为你的爱情运增加姻缘。首先将一枚硬币放入受损箱并敲响铃,过后鞠躬(低头)再来拍手两次,双手合十许愿,最后,一次鞠躬(低头)就完成整个步骤了。

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#日本
#东京
#上野公园
我的 #东京 #省钱 #交通 之旅
#冬季

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