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Giant Torii Gate at Shinto Buddhist Shrine in Nagoya: Japan Photo of the Month (December 2011)

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Giant Torii Gate at Shinto Buddhist Shrine in Nagoya: Japan Photo of the Month (December 2011)

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I’m in love with HDR photography. It brings out every little detail in a kind of colour mix somewhere between realistic and vibrantly surreal.

This month’s Japan Photo of the Month is a huge Torii gate at a Buddhist Shrine in Nagoya. This unpainted wooden torii fits perfectly with the natural surroundings of the park.

This torii must be at least 6 metres tall.

Torii mark the entrance to a sacred place, so it is customary to bow when walking through a torii into a shrine.

If you’d like to see it for yourself, head to Atsuta-jingu in Nagoya. Atsuta-jingu’s official visitor information page (in English) has all the details on how to get there.

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Deano「ヂィノ」 Wormald

Your man in Japan, online since 2009. I used to live in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture, and travel to Japan at least once a year for three weeks.

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  1. Japan Australia January 2, 2012

    Really enjoy your HDR photos and great picture! That is a pretty tall torii gate.

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