Yasukuni Jinja

Yasukuni sanctuary is probably one of the most well-known temple in Japan. Not for its architecture or its design, but for the controversies in which it is involved. Nowadays, Yasukuni Jinja offers an amazing atmosphere, especially during commemorations. Group of schoolgirls, sightseeing tours, nostalgics of the Imperial Japan, military-dressed nationalists, parades, policemen and monks, politicians, wounded people in wheel chair and middle-aged Japanese coming to honor one of their family member victim of world war II take the place.

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