Dai Mandara Ku Festival 大曼荼羅供

  • Published on : 26/12/2014
  • by : H.J.
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Si vous passez par Koyasan au mois d'avril, vous risquez de tomber face à une curieuse procession en visitant le temple Garan : le 10 se déroule la cérémonie du Dai Mandara Ku, l'une des plus importantes de la montagne sacrée.


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