This is a very, very recommended place to go. It is one of the two green areas in the city. There are three bird houses in it. It is said that the tall Chinese fir trees were snatched from Taiwan during World War II. The shrine is actually the tomb of the Meiji Emperor, but now many Japanese young people like to hold wedding ceremonies here, because it is said that praying in this place is very effective, it is very cheap to ask for signatures here, 100 yen equivalent to 6.3 RMB once. Also remember to bring a notebook, because you can stamp a free commemorative medal, the date on the medal is different every day. Some other small souvenirs that I like personally. But if you want to visit it, you have to wash your hands, wash your face and rinse your mouth before you can go in. Actually, you can't go inside just for a long look. There are many halls which are open only at characteristic time. There is also an exhibition of ancient objects. This is a fee item. It doesn't matter whether you look at them or not. Because you can't understand Japanese, we don't go there. Nevertheless, it is highly recommended that the accompanying gift shop on the other side of the exit parking lot contain scarves, bookmarks, key chains and carp flags that are not seen outside, and the price is not very expensive. The scarf is about 30 RMB.
After sweeping goods in Tokyo, I still remember the Meiji Temple. During the rainy season in July, it rained slowly and then arrived at the Meiji Temple. There were no large numbers of tourists and bustling driveways. The Meiji Temple stood quietly in the center of Tokyo, standing in the middle of the high-rise buildings. It was a long shrine, paved with stones. It is said that in order to feel the assassin's invasion for the first time, walking on the long sandstone road, deeply shocked by the piety of the Japanese nation, the vegetation cover is like a primitive forest, but the sandstone road which should have fallen leaves and was hard to handle is spotless. Every door, the Japanese will spontaneously take off their hats and bow to the door, which reflects their respect for their ancestors everywhere. The day we went was Saturday, just in time for several traditional Japanese weddings. It was a simple and ritual trip. When you come to Japan from Freedom Travel, you must get up early to Meiji Temple to feel the charm of Japanese tradition! Take a wipe of deep green will surely hit your heart and get the instant silence of your soul!
The Meiji Temple is a shrine for the sacrifice of Emperor Meiji and Empress Dowager Zhaoxian. The palace is built of birch wood and carved with beams and paintings. The trees here are green and shade the sun. Walking among them, the ancient trees on both sides of the road are towering, and birds are contending, which is just a forest in a city.
Meiji Shrine is one of the five most important shrines in Tokyo. It is also one of the most visited shrines in Japan, especially at the beginning of the New Year, because it is said that the hexagrams of Meiji Shrine are very effective. According to the guide's introduction, every year there are many important ceremonies in life, such as naming ceremony for newborns, adult ceremony, graduation ceremony and wedding ceremony, which are held in Meiji Temple. Many Japanese idol stars'adult rituals in this way attract many fans to follow, and the Meiji Temple has thousands of traditional Japanese weddings every year, which adds a delicate and beautiful scenery here. It's a pity that we didn't have a Japanese wedding when we came. From the Nanshen Road to the Temple, there are ancient trees on both sides. When the temple was built, hundreds of thousands of young and middle-aged people were recruited to take part in labor, and more than 300 kinds of trees were introduced from the surrounding countries. Therefore, the temple has become a natural forest, which fulfills the sentence "Forefathers planted trees and later generations took shelter". The road beneath his feet is paved with gravel, and he goes up and speaks loudly. It is said that the visitors will be clean themselves when they pass over the stone-covered road, so as to lead to the Holy place. Then passing the "Wine Tank Wall" - a jar of Japanese sake piled up into more than 30 jars long, five or six-storey walls, a row of rows of prominent momentum.
The Meiji Temple is a shrine built to worship the Meiji Emperor and Empress Zhaoxian. Similar to the nature of the Forbidden City, it is located in Shibuya District, Tokyo. It occupies 70 hectares and is close to Shinjuku and Shibuya Business District. More than 10 million people visit it every year. In order to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Palace's construction in 2020, the Meiji Temple is undergoing renovation. It is not expected to be completed until October 2019, but for the time being, it is still possible to visit. There is a self-service beverage machine before entering the park. You can buy drinks. You'd better prepare some coins. You can also buy some small gifts, you can achieve success in school, good health, smooth career, there is not much, half an hour or so to go through, inside the modern bathroom is also clean and convenient. If you like to visit, you can prepare more 5 yen.
We went there early in the morning. Everyone had nothing to do. It was very quiet. Next to the trees stand, the air is very good ah! ___________ Walking all the way inside, many scenic spots that need to buy tickets have not opened, even the place to buy the Imperial Guard has not opened. We are waiting for it to open. Watching the service staff inside prepare to open the door, we bought a bunch of imperial guards. By the way, we also made a wish card. Because my handwriting is too big, at last, there is almost no place to write the name, so we hang there after writing. I personally feel that the imperial guard here is better than the Shallow Cao Temple. Later, when I went to the Shallow Cao Temple, I bought only one imperial guard. I heard that it is a place where Japanese people get married, children are born and companies celebrate. My colleagues also saw the wedding ceremony when they arrived in the afternoon, but I went too early to see anything!
Living near the Meiji Palace, walking past a super-large park, the trees inside are a little old and tall. Walking in it in the morning, the air is very good, very comfortable, a pure land in the bustling Tokyo capital. I wandered to the Meiji Palace mainly to see the Japanese wedding, so I chose Saturdays. I was lucky enough to see them when I went in. The ceremony can't be visited indoors. After the ceremony, the new couple can come out under the guidance of the master of ceremonies, which can be watched. At that time, a group of young high school students stood beside me. When the couple passed me, the girl next to me quietly shouted at the groom with joy, and the groom smiled shyly at them. It was a wonderful moment, just like watching a Japanese opera. The students went to see the teacher's wedding ceremony. It was so beautiful.
If you want to go deep into the Meiji Temple, it is recommended to spend 2-3 hours and have a good feel of a green lung shrine in the center of the city, which has three access roads: south, north and west. The South access road is the one coming from the direction of the table access road. Not yet entering the temple has been deterred by the giant trees. The entrance to the Meiji Temple is the first bird house, which is said to have been rebuilt in 1976. The original bird house has been destroyed by lightning. There is a barrel at the end of Nanshen Road. The Meiji Palace is wooden, and the water is clear. What's more, there is no admission ticket here.
Free Meiji Temple walk along the avenue in the morning. It feels like a cleaner sweeps the leaves and gardens with a long broom. It's very nice to admire that the Japanese have cultivated such a large garden into a natural forest temple in 50 years. It's also very protective. Not many people who go to the temple in the morning can enjoy it quietly and take good pictures.