Kawagoe, Saitama Prefecture
We visited the Kawagoe Kumano Shrine first.
As we toured the shrine, we saw more and more people wearing kimonos.
Apparently, Kawagoe is called Koedo (Little Edo), and it is standard practice to wear a kimono and wander around the city.
The Garden of Musubi, where Yatagarasu is enshrined.
After that, we had tea at Kawagoe Station and broke up because we were tired of looking at all the people.
I decided to schedule a gluten-free restaurant for next time.