Thank you so much for joining our tour at Meiji Jingu Shrine & Harajuku area on June 16. We welcomed 12 guests from Pakistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and France!
The rainy season had already started in Tokyo, but we were blessed with sun during this tour. We could enjoy to see the Japanese traditional wedding at the front of the main Pavilion of Shrine, or many young people enjoying playing dress-up at the Takeshita-dori Street!
On June 16 was the Day of Japanese Confectionery, so the Shrine gave any visitors a Japanese traditional sweets and tea. In 868, the Emperor supplied gods with the sweets or dumplings for preventing the epidemic from spreading further, then it worked well.
We have a Japanese garden inside of the Meiji Jingu shrine and anyone can enjoy watching Japanese irises with the admission fee. One of our group visited there.
Now is the flowers high season, we highly recommend to visit there !
(reported by Hisako)