Direct link to ImageConceptually similarView AllView more with similar tones Detail of rooftops. Yushima Seido Temple (aka Yushima Seidou). Constructed as a Confucian Temple in the Genroku era of the Edo Period (1690). Its neo-Confucian school was closed in 1871 after the Meiji Restoration. Tokyo. Japanby:Miguel Angel Munoz PellicerLicense type:Rights ManagedarchivearcangelSystem ID:AA1272536Size:3453px × 5200px (~51 MB)Keywords:Architecture-Asian-Buddhism-close-up-Close-up view-confucianism-Dark-Detail-Japan-Japanese architecture-Nobody-Oriental-Outdoors-Religious-Roof-Sculpture-Temple-Tokyo-Traditional architecture-VerticalShareSelect usageHow will the asset be used?Select the Media Category for your intended usage.