Janpanese people hold "Mizudomemai" to pray for stop of raining

14:00, July 15, 2011      

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The traditional event Mizudomemai is held at Gonshoji Temple in Ota, Japan, July 14, 2011. The sacrifice, which dates from Kamakura Dynasty, is held to pray for the stop of raining. (Xinhua/Kenichiro Seki)


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