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Tales of Sacred Forests: Gosho Jinja

Jinja Honchō has released the second “Tales of Sacred Forests” video on its YouTube channel.

The matsuri introduced in this video is an example of the way in which traditions are being adapted to changing circumstances. My impression is that this is a fairly typical example — which is probably one reason why it was chosen for the video. As before, comments are turned off on the video, but not here.

My revisions to the description text to make it easy to reuse also seem to have worked. I have translated one more video already, so there will be at least one more in this series. I don’t actually know how many there are altogether.

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