domingo, 10 de enero de 2016


One of the valid characters to play in traditional Japan is Miko, a magic worker..

Miko (巫女) is a Japanese Shinto term indicating a shrine (jinja) maiden[2] or a supplementary priestess[3] who was once likely seen as a shaman[4] but in modern Japanese culture is understood to be an institutionalized[5] role in daily shrine life, trained to perform tasks, ranging from sacred cleansing[4] to performing the Kagura,[6] a sacred dance.

To find a Miko costume type Miko on market place or ask in our group chat.

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