The station with the most passengers in the world.
Don Quijote in Shinjuku
It's a shop worth visiting. If you come to Japan, please try it at least once.The products are lined up without gaps, creating a maze-like interior that gives shoppers an element of a treasure hunt to find what they are looking for.
Sake Barrel In Meiji-Jingu Temple
Many sake barrels are piled up along the south approach to Meiji Jingu. The number is 216. Of course, it is one of the leading number of dedications among shrines nationwide. You can see many foreign tourists stopping in front of the sake barrels, whether they are interested in the powerfully written letters and Japanese-style patterns.
Meiji Jingu turned 100 years old in 2020.
Most of the trees planted at Meiji Jingu were donated trees. It is said that about 100,000 trees were donated not only from Japan but also from Sakhalin and Taiwan. In addition to young trees, there were also large trees that were the pride of the village, and railroads were used for transportation. A siding line was laid from Harajuku Station to the precincts, and railway and steamship companies at the time offered a 50% discount on the fare for donating trees. A total of 110,000 youth volunteers were involved in the tree planting work.
Born in Kumamoto in 1975. Raised in Kobe. Lives in Tokyo.
In 2001 I started working as a freelance photographer. From 2010 until she started taking family photos on business trips, I was mainly active in taking portraits of actresses, actors, musicians, models, cultural figures, etc. for magazine media. In addition to business trip shooting activities, I was in charge of shooting catalogs for children's clothing brand 『familiar』, held photography courses for mothers raising babies, was in charge of serialization on the FUJIFILM website, appeared on radio and magazines. I am involved in a wide range of things, such as receiving interviews, with the theme of family photography.