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Kyoto: Pious pathway

  • Thu, 14 Sep 2017 05:23
Barbara Noe explores a pilgrimage trail southeast of Kyoto where the city's ancient emperors once prayed to deities in the trees and the rocks. Taking in a whiff of fresh cedar and sweet-smelling earth, hearing absolutely nothing... - Travel


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