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Togakushi shrine Okusha (Main shrine) Nagano

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Togakushi Shrine in the northern part of Nagano Prefecture.
There are five shrines at Togakushi Shrine, the deepest of which is Okusha.

Mt. Togakushi, which stands behind Okusha, is the place where the myth "Amanoiwato" described in Kojiki.

The path approaching to Okusha has big avenue of cedars.
The moment I stepped in, I seemed to be surrounded by dignified air.
In addition, the cedar trees have the vitality of being densely and extending upward.

When we walk this path with big cedar trees, the cedar trees are so powerful and noble that I could think so.

Technical Details

  • Lens:70.0-200.0 mm f/2.8
  • Date photographed:2019-12-03 16:14:50 +0900
  • ISO sensitivity:1600
  • Duration of exposure:1/100
  • Exposure compensation:-4/3
  • Aperture value:2.8
  • Focal length:135 mm
  • White balance:Auto



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