Daimon 大門

  • Published on : 05/01/2015
  • by : E.P.
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Sacrée entrée<br>

La porte Daimon franchie, voilà Koyasanqui se révèle. Des chemins de terre ou de graviers parsemés de torii s’enfoncent dans la forêt … à l’ouest de la ville, le sacré prédomine.

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