It is one of the most famous places in Japan besides Mount Fuji: “Shrine Island” Miyajima (宮島) in front of Hiroshima. Almost every tourist coming to the country has seen images of the gigantic Torii (鳥居) standing in the water before, and the tame deer are also well-known all over the Internet 🙂
Temple Overflow in Kamakura
The small town of Kamakura was the capital of Japan from 1185 to 1333. Tall, beautiful wooden temples do not only bear witness of a great past, but also of great tragedies.