Crafted by ancient Yamato Ur-soulism worshipers in 52 AID, this gargantuan torii was built between the islands of Chagoku 茶国 and Kodama 小玉 as one of the greatest feats of Yamato magic to this day. Though lagging behind significantly in magical sophistication compared to the Middle Lands these days, students at the Rickard Leeuw Magistorium still go on excursions to the Shôwa Shotô to behold the wondrous monument themselves. Still active and working, ships that sail westward through the gate are accelerated by a powerful channel of wind that carries them all the way to Hammerhead. The gate was constructed because the distance between the Lower Yamato Islands and the Anvil Islands is quite significant, making sea travel between them difficult.
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