Meiji Shrine or Meiji Jingu in Japanese is located in Shibuya Tokyo. It’s actually just around the corner from the JR Harajuku station. It’s a shrine dedicated to deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife. It’s probably the only shrine we went to in Tokyo since we went to a lot in Kyoto.
After the entrance, you would see these colorful sake barrels on the right side of the path.
The main hall where prayers are offered.
The infamous Camphor Tree with a special wishing wall.
I read some of the prayers on the tablets. Most people pray for happiness and good health for family members, some are selfless, and some are funny. I found this one and I thought it was so sweet. He must really love her.