Look closely for an ancient depiction of an enduring (modern) proverb:
Here are a few (non-digital, scanned) photos I took of the Toshogu Temple in Nikko. Forgive me for the quality of these pics, but I took these with a disposal camera purchased on locale.
Toshogu Temple is the burial site (or masoleum) of Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543 -1616) Japan's first and most revered Tokugawan Shogun.
Ieyasu's grandson, shogun Tokugawa Iemitsu added significantly to the temple grounds which now contain dozens of Buddhist and Shinto buildings and edifices.