Ningyou Touge Japanese Manga

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  • 人形峠 ; Ningyou Pass
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Ningyou Touge summary: A group of high school students visit the inside of a mountain on an agricultural trip. While staying at a farmer's home, they learn the rural life. However, the village doesn't exist...? A shudder runs down everyone's spine as a lot of inexplicable events happen in the village, that now restricts entry. What are the high schoolers fate?
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