While browsing this article, I saw a photo of mikos, and I would like to see some in real life.
A miko (巫女) is a Shinto term of Japan, indicating a shrine (jinja) maiden or a supplementary priestess who was once likely seen as a shaman but in modern Japanese culture is understood to be an institutionalized role in daily shrine life, trained to perform tasks, ranging from sacred cleansing to performing the Kagura, a sacred dance.
Miko at the Ikuta Shrine, by Flickr user MShades
I think I've been to a moderate number of shrines, but I don't think I've seen any mikos.
If possible, they would be wearing clothing that mikos usually or traditionally wear. If photography is allowed, and the mikos are comfortable with their photo being taken, then that would be an added bonus.
A place containing information about mikos would be an added advantage.
Anywhere in Japan (preferably not Yasukuni Shrine) or Australia is fine.