This is the pic of one near my house.
(Same pic as the one you can see on this page)
(I tried to use the HTML to show the pic, but it didn't work. Do you know how?)
You can see a railway on the right and the entrance of the shrine is on the left.
It's a quite big shrine area for being in Tokyo.
Here's the big picture.
Can you see the notice?
It says, "To the students of Musashi (it's the name of the university, high school and junior high school near here), please hold back from going through this shrine area".
I don't know the truth, but the students might have been noisy or something.
I didn't get into there today. To be honest, I'm not in the good relationship with this shrine.
The first time (and the last time) I got in there, I was barked by an old man, "What are you doing!?". I ran away.
I still don't know why he was angry. Maybe he thought me as some naughty Musashi student.
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There are many temples in Tokyo. We can find one when we walk around somewhere, just like you can easily find churches in Europe cities. This is the pic of one near my house. http://www.flickr.com/photos/59575567@N03/5449879909/ (Same pic as the one you can see on this page) (I tried to use t