Susuharai, Japanese way of clean up


 
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Susuharai, Japanese way of clean up

 
Pillars and piers that glow black when wiped carefully. For example, there is a “wipe ceremony” that wipes out Buddhist scripture’s dust once a year. For example, the shrine is cleaned every morning. HARUYA would like the guests to see a beautifully polished 100 years architecture. Clean up the inside and outside of the architecture to welcome you.

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