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Renga is a genre of Japanese collaborative poetry originating in the thirteenth century, with three to four poets generally being considered the minimum needed to be able to write new verse.
The shelter provides enough room for around a dozen poets to meet in the landscape. A expanse of volcanic rock, under a fresh fall of snow, creates an expressive and otherworldly environment to provide inspiration for its inhabitants.