The grounds of the shrine have a beautiful water feature and old stone bridge, which unfortunately have been blemished with a vulgar white fence.
I have passed it a few times in other seasons and just took a mental note of a playground on the grounds.
However, on passing it on my most recent Kawagoe walking tour, the resplendent Gingko Trees brandished their Autumn glory sparking an interest in this rarely mentioned shrine.
#NaBloPoMo Post #29
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