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Japan

Mountain priests walk on red-hot smouldering logs at a festival in Shingu on the southern tip of the Kii Peninsula. The poor, largely rural area, whose main income derives from timber, abounds in Shinto shrines. Shingu is also the birthplace of the great ese novelist, Kenji Nakagami, who died in 1992.

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