This Temple In Ikebukuro Offers Beautiful Autumn Leaves

It may only be seconds from my house but I can easily count on one hand how many times I have been to Kishibojin Temple next door. I run by the thing twice a week when working out but so rarely go in there. That all changed though recently after seeing a students photos of her daughter for a ceremony. I thought how good the temple looked among the Autumn leaves and so last Sunday I took a quick photo trip to get outside for a bit and help nurse my hangover.

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A Leicester City fan teaching English in Japan
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