Gotoku-ji temple 豪徳寺

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Le centre de Tokyo s'éloigne et le ciel s'élargit. Lesmaisons remplacent les buildings, le train de banlieue se vide lentement de sesvoyageurs. C'est dans le quartier lointain de Setagaya qu'est né le maneki-neko, l'une des icônes de la culture japonaise.

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