Hydrangea(Ajisai-flower) at Hakusan Shrine(Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo)

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Hydrangeas bloom in the rainy season, in Japan.
You can see the hydrangeas here and there in Japan.
But I recommend Hakusan Shrine(Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo) to see hydrangeas.




Hydrangea(Ajisai-flower) at Hakusan Shrine(Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo)
If you walk 3 minutes from “Hakusan Station(Toei Mita Line)”,You can see Torii.

You can see “Guardian lion-dogs at Shinto shrine” with golden eyes and red mouth in front of mainhall.

Hydrangea(Ajisai-flower) at Hakusan Shrine(Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo)

Hydrangea(Ajisai-flower) at Hakusan Shrine(Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo)

This shrine is known for “toothache stop faith”.
It has the memorial service of the toothbrush.

Hydrangea(Ajisai-flower) at Hakusan Shrine(Bunkyo-ku,Tokyo)
There is an old building with some hexagonal windows.
This shrine was cozy.

【Limited hydrangea festival】You can climb the Fuji-duka(little Mt.Fuji)

Briefly explaining,”Fuji-duka(little Mt.Fuji)” is made as imitation of Mount Fuji.
In the Edo period, Mr. Fuji faith group “Fuji-kou” made them for those who can not climb Mt. Fuji because of various circumstances.
When You climb to “Fuji-duka”, there seems to be a similar interest as You climbed Mt. Fuji.
You can climb up to “Fuji-duka” of Hakusan Shrine for a limited period of hydrangea festival.

"Fuji-duka" of Hakusan Shrine
At the entrance, there was a torii of “Sengen Shrine”.
You can climb Mt. Fuji with a skirt(* ̄∇ ̄*)

"Fuji-duka" of Hakusan Shrine
There was a shrine on the top, and vegetables and fruits were being served.

"Fuji-duka" of Hakusan Shrine
Hydrangea was in full bloom in the mountain path.

Access to Hakusan Shrine

・3-minute walk from the “Hakusan” station(Toei Mita Line)
・5-minute walk from the “Honkomagome”station (Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line)
・3-minute walk from the “upper Hakusan(白山上)”(City bus grass(草)63)

June 14,2016

▼You can climb Miniature Fuji(fuji-duka) in Tokyo

Mr. Fuji in (not from) Tokyo,You can climb Miniature Fuji(fuji-duka)

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