Japan - Sado island, where the nature meets the culture (2010)

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(En) Until the end of the 17th century, Sadogashima was a place of banishment for difficult or inconvenient Japanese figures. After the discovery of the largest gold mine in Japan, Sadogashima became a place of rich culture, with more than 200 Noh theaters and one festival per day.
Kodo drumming band and actors of local culture try to preserve the island's traditions, surrounded by beautiful landscapes.

(Fr) Autrefois surnommée l'ile maudite, Sado-gashima n'est plus...
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