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Hyakken-gura
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hyakken-gura sur la Kogumotori-goe

http://www.tb-kumano.jp/fr/kumano-kodo/kogumotori-goe.html

Kumano kodo
Les sites sacrés et chemins de pèlerinage dans les monts Kii sont situés dans les forêts des monts Kii au Japon, correspondant aux préfectures de Wakayama, Nara et Mie de la péninsule de Kii. Trois sites sacrés du shintoïsme et du bouddhisme, Yoshino et Omine, Kumano Sanzan (comprenant Nachi-taisha, Hongu-taisha et Hayatama-taisha), et Kōyasan, sont reliés par des chemins de pèlerinage aux anciennes capitales de Nara et Kyōto.
Les sites ont été enregistrés en 2004 sur la liste du patrimoine mondial de l'Unesco.
Lors du passage du typhon Talas en 2011, les sites ont été endommagés1.

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sites_sacr%C3%A9s_et_chemins_de_p%C3%A8lerinage_dans_les_monts_Kii

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Uploaded: 20/06/2012
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