Nishizaka Slope


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投稿日:2017/05/02 更新日:

Nishizaka Slope

This slope used to be called the “Enkiri” or “sever one’s ties ” slope, and geisha used to visit there to break off their ties with patrons they disliked. It is now known as a place for breaking away from an unlucky fate.

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