Yasukuni Shrine - Chiyoda

Yasukuni Shrine - Chiyoda

Torii gate of Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan the most controversial shrine in Japan

Torii gate of Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan the most controversial shrine in Japan

Star Festival decorations at the Yasukuni Shrine in Tokyo, Japan

Tanabata (Star Festival) decorations at the Yasukuni Shrine, Tokyo, Japan, photograph by Ed Jacob.

Yasukuni Shrine: the 14 'Class A' war criminals honoured by Japan

Yasukuni Shrine: the 14 'Class A' war criminals honoured by Japan

Link: The United States Navy officers' visit to Yasukuni Shrine (July 1933). Yasukuni Shrine - Wikipedia

Link: The United States Navy officers' visit to Yasukuni Shrine (July 1933). Yasukuni Shrine - Wikipedia

Yasukuni Shrine (靖国神社, Yasukuni Jinja) is a Shinto shrine in central Tokyo that commemorates Japan's war dead. The shrine was founded in 1869 with the purpose of enshrining those who have died in war for their country and sacrificed their lives to help build the foundation for a peaceful Japan.

This is the Yasukuni shrine from the Shintos. It was founded in June 1869 by Emperor Meiji. Yasukuni is in Tokyo Japan. And is dedicated to soldiers that have fought and died for the Emperor of Japan.

Lanterns at the Yasukuni shrine matsuuri, Tokyo (July 14th-16th), Japan by mikeintokyo, via Flickr. S)

Lanterns at Yasukuni shrine, Tokyo, Japan.It is a lantern for every spirits of the heroic dead who protected our country and died. Yasukuni shrine is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

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Mitama Matsuri – Yasukuni Shrine Lanterns

1906 Russo Japanese War Postcard Yasukuni Shrine religious shinto butterfly art | eBay

1906 Russo Japanese War Postcard Yasukuni Shrine religious shinto butterfly art

1906 Russo Japanese War Postcard Yasukuni Shrine religious shinto butterfly art | eBay

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