13The seemingly sacred forest of Meiji Jingu is actually artificially man-made. One hundred years ago, it was a grassland filled with swamps. When the shrine was being con-structed in the area, a forest was thought to be necessary as a way to please the gods. Roughly 100,000 trees were donated from all over the country and were planted by 110,000 youth labor service association.明治神宫的森林并不是天然森林。100年前这里曾是布满野草和沼泽的荒地。决定在这里建造神社时,认为必须要有供奉神灵的森林,于是从全国各地调集了10万多颗树,召集了约11万人的青年志愿者团建造起了这片人工森林。A MAN-MADE FOREST WALKING AT MEIJI JINGUA 100 YEAR OLD FOREST明治神宫散步 百年历史的森林CULTUREWays to spend your time at Meiji JinguLocated in the heart of Tokyo and just off the Harajuku cultural hub is a dense forest approximately 700,000 square meters. It’s widely known as the most visited shrine in Japan every year. Celebrating its 100th anniversary, here are some highlights for exploring this vast precinct.从位于东京市中心的文化发源地原宿附近的,约70万平方米青葱茂密的森林。因参拜人数每年位列日本第一而闻名的明治神宫,今年迎来了创建100周年纪念。接下来给大家介绍广阔的神宫院内的散步景点吧。Apr 5:10-17:50,May 5:00-18:10,Jun 5:00-18:30,Jul 5:00-18:20,Aug 5:00-18:00,Sep 5:20-17:20+81(0)3-3379-5511MAP A-1 東京都渋谷区代々木神園町 1-11-1, Kamizono-cho, Shibuya-ku, TokyoMeiji Jingu Shrine2310:00-16:30 Closed/ThuAdmission Fee/One adult ¥1,000,and kids under 18 are ¥900+81(0)3-3379-5875ABSANGUBASHI Sta.Completed in 2019. Items related to Emperor Meiji and Empress Shoken are exhibited. The building is designed by Japan’s representative architect, Kengo Kuma.2019年建成。展示着明治天皇和昭宪皇太后的相关物品。由日本的代表建筑师隈研吾担任建筑设计。MEIJI JINGU MUSEUMN

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