Friends who like to watch Japanese period dramas must know Mito Huangmen (Mito Huangmen is a tribute to the lord of Mito (from the Tokugawa family), and it is based on the influence of general Tokugawa on the court) Although we have never watched this period drama, we also know that there was a Confucian from the Ming Dynasty who influenced Mito Huangmen. It is not known whether he lost his place and crossed the East. It can be seen that Japan was still learning the culture of the Ming Dynasty at that time. After Ming Dynasty, I had nothing to learn in Qing Dynasty and I could only learn Western. When I arrived in Mito, after visiting the shrine of Mito Yellow Gate and its birthplace, I felt unclear about the Japanese. After studying the western world, the traces of the shogunate were wiped out too clean. The demolished site of Mito City has also been converted into various schools, but it also shows that it pays attention to education. You can still go around the streets of Mito.
The cute black-and-white counter stones of Mito-Hwangmon Shrine There are many beautiful shrines in Japan, and many shrines are hidden in the mountains. This time I went to Mito Huangmen Shrine in Mito City, Japan, but found that this shrine was in the busy city. When I came to Mito City, my friend's house lived next to Mito Huangmen Shrine. Because it is a tall building, every time you look down, you always find that the low house built on the green roof downstairs feels incompatible with the buildings here. After lunch that day, I finally couldn't help asking my friends. My friend told me that this is Mizuto Huangmen Shrine. It’s so interesting that there is a shrine in the tall buildings. Go downstairs and walk directly to the shrine. I found that this shrine is not very big, and I can walk around in half an hour. But the scenery is still good, it's good to take pictures here. There is a wooden cabin in the middle of the shrine. There are various stone fences surrounding the entire hut. At the entrance, the two stone carvings that look like small lighthouses are very cute. Behind the stone tower are two black and white cylindrical stones. The stones seem to be polished and look very brilliance, and there are inscriptions on the white stones. It seems to say Mito or something. Reminder: Tickets: Free Opening Hours: All day