Meoto Iwa, or the married rocks, are a couple of small rocks located in the sea facing Ise in Mie prefecture in Japan. They are linked by a shimenawa and are considered sacred by the faithful of the neighboring Shinto shrine, Futami Okitama Jinja.
Keywords used by Nicolas Wauters to describe this photograph: Japan, japan, tokyo, architecture, modern, white, asia, yokohama, tokyo, kyoto, meoto iwa, rocks, nature, sea, landscapes,
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