Nogeyama Daijingu, Yokohama, c. 1910.

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Cherry blossoms outside Daijingu Shrine, Noge Hill, Yokohama, c. 1910. The various religious sites on the hill (both Shinto and Buddhist) were not replaced after being destroyed in the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake; replaced instead with a large park (Nogeyama), overlooking the city and harbor, that remains to this day.

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Nogeyama Park, Yokohama, c. 1935.

“A visit should be paid to Noge-yama, close behind the [Yokohama] Railway Station, for the sake of the general view of the town and harbour. Here stand some small but popular and representative shrines dedicated to the Shinto god of Akiha; to Doryo, a Buddhist saint; to Fudo, the great Buddhist god whose chief shrine is at Narita; and to the Sun-Goddess of Ise. This last which crowns the hill is generally known as Daijingu.”

A Handbook for Travellers in Japan, by Basil Hall Chamberlain & W.B. Mason, 1901

Dajingu Shrine, Noge Hill, Yokohama, c. 1910.

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