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  2. Oct 06,  · The Sanzu River (三途の川, Sanzu no Kawa, literally "River of Three Paths", also in British English translation River Sanzu) is the mist-shrouded river that dead souls must cross in order to reach Higan, where they will await judgment. Part of the riverbank is accessible from Gensokyo, even though the river's source, mouth and opposite bank lie outside sasrasuppmanstrusde.onbreadimimelsemulchiroponcparri.coon: Between Gensokyo and Higan.
  3. The Sanzu River (三途の川, Sanzu no Kawa) is a river that exists in Japanese Buddhist sasrasuppmanstrusde.onbreadimimelsemulchiroponcparri.coed to be the boundary between the realms of the living and the dead, the dead must cross the river on their way to the realm known as Higan; an endless flower garden where there are no nights or days and no seasons, just a gentle warm light that covers the place as the dead await judgement on.
  4. Sanzu River 三途の川: Overworld Theme Higan Retour ~ Riverside View Wild Battle Theme The Sealed-Away Youkai ~ Lost Place Map Connections North: Road of Liminality Hut: Kaian Passageway.
  5. The Sanzu River (三途の川, Sanzu no Kawa; literally "River of Three Crossings") is the mist-shrouded river that dead souls must cross in order to reach Higan, where they will await sasrasuppmanstrusde.onbreadimimelsemulchiroponcparri.co of the riverbank is accessible from Gensokyo, even though the river's source, mouth and opposite bank lie outside sasrasuppmanstrusde.onbreadimimelsemulchiroponcparri.co the dead can cross the river on a shinigami's boat if they can afford to.
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  7. Dec 29,  · Beside the Sanzu River is a mighty tree called eryoju, where an elderly ogre couple by the names of Datsueba (ogress) and Ken’eo (ogre) live.. Before crossing the Sanzu River, Datsueba rips off the clothes of the dead. Ken’eo places the ripped-off clothes on eryoju to check the gravity of sins committed during the lifetime. Based on the so-checked gravity of sins, the routes through which.
  8. Aug 24,  · Higan (彼岸) is on the other side of the Sanzu sasrasuppmanstrusde.onbreadimimelsemulchiroponcparri.co place is a Pure Land with no weather, no seasons, and no night and day, it's just an endless flower garden with a gentle warmth. It is strictly not part of Gensokyo.. Souls of the deceased will wait at the Shigan (此岸) (the shore of the living world) of the Sanzu River for a Shinigami to ferry them one at a time.
  9. The Sanzu River is said to be located somewhere on Mount Osore, literally Mount Fear, a desolate volcano located in northern Japan. Despite its appearance—covered in blasted rocks, bubbling pits of dark liquid, and open vents spewing out toxic gas—Mount Osore is .

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