“Zaido” is Yukari Chikura’s Preservation of a 1300-year-old Japanese Ritual

In the beginning of Yukari Chikura’s photobook “Zaido”, a mysterious mist slowly clears, page by page, to reveal a mountainous landscape. This is the stage in which the Zaido, a sacred local rite dating back to the early 8th century, is performed.

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