Dutch lantern and bell at Nikko Toshogu Shrine
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[ID] 1718กกกก( ID:1718 )
[Photographer] Suzuki,Shin-ichi
[Album] Suzuki Shinichi II (Studio)
[Place] Nikko
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 265x205
[Cabinet] 41-2-0
[Keyword] shrine/man

Within the compounds in front of the Yomei gate on the Honchido side is the drum tower of skirt wearing style and the turning and hanging lanterns donated by the King of the Netherlands. A person is trying to turn the turning lantern, which has an inverse emblem of the aoi (mallow), so it is also called the turning lantern with the Sakasa mon (inverse emblem). The hanging lantern is placed over the cedar bush to the right corner.