Shin Edogawa in fall

With a few minutes to spare before meeting Hiraga Tatsuya of Landscape+, I stepped into nearby Shin Edogawa park. The colors were beautiful, and empty apart from a couple having formal wedding photos taken in traditional costume. I wonder what the small seasonal sculpture is. There were several placed in the garden, and they seem to be made of rice stalks, and possibly with a religious meaning.

Please let me know if you know. Here’s a close-up.

And another garden photo after the jump.

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2 comments
  1. So beautiful, I’ve been to Japan twice and it is so beautiful, your photos really bring back the calm that the garden spaces produced. Thanks!

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