I am RYO!
This is a trip on November 26, 2019!
I visited the shrine to see the autumn leaves!
Japan in 2019 was very rainy, and there was fog on the mountain that day as well
But the leaves were turning very beautiful red!
This place is a mountain so the air is very beautiful
I previously posted about this shrine,
But this is my first visit to this shrine in the fall
There are many beautiful autumn leaves
The pine trees are also big↓
This place is a shrine, but in the past Japan was a fusion of shrines and temples.
This gate is from a temple↓
This place has so many stairs↓
There is a shrine above the stairs↓
There are other shrines along the way↓
It is interesting that in Japan one shrine has many other shrines😃
I climbed the stairs on the side.
It is a "easy slope"↓
It is also small shrine↓
Beautiful autumn leaves scattered on the ground↓
This tree probably doesn't turn red because bad "sunlight"↓
But I thought the green and yellow leaves were also beautiful😄
Shrine above the stairs↓
Anyone climbing this stairs will be short of breath😂↓
If the weather is fine, can see distant views↓
There is a shrine when pass through this entrance↓
This shrine names "Myogi-shrine"
Shrine with beautiful decoration
I have described this shrine in detail in the past.
This is a wonderful shrine with over 1500 years of history😊↓
Autumn leaves nearby to the shrine↓
There is a lot of moss↓
I love moss! very cute!
And there was a place where lanterns are displayed.
But there was a Guardian↓
There were many lanterns in old Japan.
Although very few now, in the -Jingi- era there were lanterns everywhere in the city.
I said goodbye to the Guardian😆
And I went to a hot spring just near the shrine!
This place (Gunma Prefecture) is one of the places with the most hot springs in Japan
This place is almost at the top of the mountain so the scenery is really beautiful!
The weather was not so good, but I enjoyed the best trip!
Thank you for reading!
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