It was sunny before, but it actually snowed! I felt the snow in Nagano Prefecture in Japan in early April, and it was still a magical thing.
After visiting the Suwa Lake, I continued to wander around Suwa City and occasionally came to Suwa Taisha, one of the oldest shrines in Japan, dedicated to a great god (the highest shrine in Japan).
Shrine is particularly large, divided into two upper and lower communities. In different places, Shangshe is divided into the Forbidden City and the Palace. The Lower Society is divided into the Spring Palace and the Autumn Palace. It is too complicated, but the shrine in the snow in the woods. The intersection of green and white is still very good. What do you think?