(Brilliant) Sakuya of Shangri-la


Humans are not the only ones who seek out Shangri-la. The magnificent sight of Sakuya draped in a vivid veil as she dances amongst the falling flower petals is enough to attract even the attention of gods. Thus, her days of warm welcomes and sad farewells continue. The gods say that the beauty of Shangri-la was created by her ephemerality.


See Sakuya of Shangri-la.

Name OriginEdit

The name Sakuya derives from Konohanasakuya-hime, the blossom-princess and symbol of delicate, earthly life, from Japanese Hyūga mythology. (source)

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