The Honden (本殿) of Ujigami-shrine (宇治上神社) in Uji City, Kyoto! Inside are three inner sanctuaries, within an outer protective building called (Ōiya-覆屋), they are the oldest extant examples of Shrine architecture in Japan.
The Haiden (拝殿) of Ujigami-shrine (宇治上神社) in Uji City, Kyoto! The Haiden is built in the shinden-zukuri style, and its roof in the sugaruhafu style. The Haiden dates back to the Kamakura period (1185 – 1333). Notice the Tatesuna (立砂) in front of the Haiden. Tatesuna (立砂) are a pair of standing cones of sand in front of Haiden. They are traditionally construed as allusions to a pair of sacred mountains.