Fairy Ring (Take 2) – Pages 5-8

Omiwatari (お神渡り, or “gods’ crossing”) is the name given to the ice patterns that form across the frozen surface of Lake Suwa in winter. The patterns are caused by the water circulation triggered by a natural hot spring at the bottom of the lake. According to myth, the patterns are formed when the god Takeminakata-no-Mikoto walks across the frozen lake to meet the goddess Yasakatome-no-Mikoto.

Toho fans are no doubt familiar with the names Suwa and Yasaka.

2 Responses to “Fairy Ring (Take 2) – Pages 5-8”

  1. Samukun says:

    I think the popularity of your manga would sky rocket if you drew more silly faces of Cirno.

  2. thenightsshadow says:

    I dunno, the way he draws both characters is really cute.

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