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Japanese Temple Doors

Entrance doors to Kaizando Hall in Naritasan Shinsoji Buddhist Temple in Narita, Chiba, Japan. Built in 1938 to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of the temple, Priest Kanjo who founded the temple in 940AD is enshrined here. Small hearts adorn all of the metalwork on the hinges, handles and more. Uniquely, upon further inspection of this individual photograph of the hall doors, one can see multiple floating, glowing orbs of various colors in front of the doors - something that many see as a sign of spiritual activity and the presence of spirits or spiritual beings.

Image dimensions: 5339 x 3559 pixels

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Japanese Temple Doors

Entrance doors to Kaizando Hall in Naritasan Shinsoji Buddhist Temple in Narita, Chiba, Japan. Built in 1938 to commemorate the 1,000th anniversary of the temple, Priest Kanjo who founded the temple in 940AD is enshrined here. Small hearts adorn all of the metalwork on the hinges, handles and more. Uniquely, upon further inspection of this individual photograph of the hall doors, one can see multiple floating, glowing orbs of various colors in front of the doors - something that many see as a sign of spiritual activity and the presence of spirits or spiritual beings.

Image dimensions: 5339 x 3559 pixels

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