This is a long sando (road approaching a shrine) to Tsuruokahachimangu.
There were so many people. A big red pole, which looks like a column, is a part of the torii (a gateway at the entrance of a “shito” shrine).
Passing through the torii, you see a “taikobashi” bridge (arched bridge) crossing a pond. Unfortunately, it’s made of concrete.
We also found a big tree.
“Shimohaiden” (Lower Warship Hall) stands in front, and “Hongu” (Main Shrine) stand behind.
This is a big stairway in front of “Hongu,” which is called “Oishidan.”
When I finally was able to finish climbing the “Oishidan,” I turned around and looked back down.
There were pretty mikos (shrine maidens consecrated to a god).
This is the “Hongu.”