Praying for people and horses

4 01 2007

HAKODATE, Hokkaido — Five members of a local riding club rode up 134 steps on native Hokkaido-bred horses to make their first visit of 2007 to Hakodate Hachiman shrine in style.

The riders from the Dosanko Farm riding club wore traditional horseback archers’ kimonos, in a New Year’s club custom that began eight years ago to pray for the safety of people and horses. Link via Neatorama

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