The Lost Heaven Shrine was considered the place where Shinsei was buried in a children's tale. Other said it was the grave of a great nameless ronin, most probably Shinsei's son. Nobody had found it, as it should be located at end of a path within the magical Shinomen Mori. The shrine was depicted as a single white stone, larger than man; an empty bowl laid on the ground, and moss and small grasses surrounded the stone. In the stone laid the indentation of a katana, as if it were there when the stone formed from the depths of the earth. [1] Various samurai, mostly Hida and Hiruma, had attempted to confirm whether there was any truth to this tale. [2]


  1. Way of the Naga, p. 117
  2. The Atlas of Rokugan, p. 223

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