Scenes From Tokyo: Meiji Jingumae

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Here’s the second segment to my Scenes From Tokyo series – I hope you’ve been enjoying seeing the photos, I love sharing these amazing experiences with you!

Today I’m showing you the beautiful photos from Meiji Jingumae. It was my first time here (couldn’t believe I hadn’t been before!) and it was gorgeous!
It’s crazy to think that the street next to it is the buzzing Takeshita Dori in Harajuku, filled with shops and people rushing past. In contrast, this was so tranquil and calming and the perfect place to collect your thoughts.

Scenes from Tokyo | Add A Little

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Of course when walking through Meiji Jingumae, you can’t miss the massive wall of sake barrels, each with a unique pattern and gorgeously decorated with bright colours, such an great photo opportunity!

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This is a spot I highly recommend and will definitely be back! I can image that in the early mornings it must be beautiful and in Autumn it must be incredible to have the orange and red leaves almost encasing you!

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