Tōshō-gū shrine is the biggest and the most famous of Nikkō’s temples. It’s dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of the Tokugawa shogunate, Japan's last shogunate.
In the first picture, some taruzake, offers of sake in cypress wood barrels.
In the second, wood inlays.
In the third one, the tree wise monkeys: they represent the Japanese proverbial principle "hear no evil🙉, speak no evil🙊, see no evil🙈".
In the last two pictures, the main buildings of the shrine-mausoleum 🇯🇵⛩🏯