The cave on Enoshima Island° 5°ň
[ID] 2242°°°°( ID:2242 )
[Photographer] Tamamura Kozaburo
[Album] Tamamura Kozaburo (Album)
[Place] Enoshima
[Date] unknown
[Color] color
[Size] 90x135
[Cabinet] 48-95-0
[Keyword] scenic spot/sea/island/shrine
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Taken by Tamamura Kozaburo (1856-?). Entitled "96, Cave at Enoshima." This eroded sea cave was called "Okunomiya." A passageway is visible on the right. Until the end of the Edo Period, this was the site of both Buddhist and Shinto worship. However, at the beginning of the Meiji Period, Buddhist structures were demolished. Since then, the shrine consists mainly of the Okunomiya and Enoshima shrine buildings.