Ueno Tosyogu shrine in Tokyo Japan

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Shrine front Openworked Roof Front shrine Side view
Timberwork Under the eaves Main hall Main hall Main hall
Chinese gate Timberwork Chinese gate Copper lantern Kagura stage

Ueno Toshogu Shrine was built in the hill in Ueno in 1617. The third generation general Iemitsu will rebuild to the present shrine pavilions after that in 1651. Ieyasu, the 8th generation Yoshimune, and the 15th generation Yoshinobu are offered to Ueno Toshogu. Shrine pavilions, Copper lantern, stone construction Myojin torii, etc. are designated as the important cultural property.

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