X CLAMP: Tokyo kekkai Route / Ruta de los kekkai de X CLAMP

According to X CLAMP mythology, the kekkai (結界) spiritual barriers are buildings around Tokyo that need to be destroyed / protected depending on which side you are in order to create / prevent the end of the world, again depending on which side you are. The mission of the kekkai is to “hold the fabric of nature together”. As long as the kekkai still stand there won’t be a Judgment Day.

I made a point of visiting all of them…

De acuerdo con la mitología de X CLAMP, las barreras espirituales kekkai (結界) son edificios de Tokyo que deben ser destruidos o protegidos (dependiendo del bando) para poder destruir / proteger el mundo (de nuevo, dependiendo del bando). El fundamento de los kekkai es “mantener unido el tejido d ela naturaleza”. Mientras los kekkai continuen en pie, no habrá Día del Juicio.

Y alguien se dedicó a visitarlos todos…

Sunshine 60 (A)

Sunshine

Nakano Sun Plaza (B)

Nakano Sun Plaza

Inokashira Park / Parque Inokashira (C)

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building / Edificio del Gobierno Metropolitano de Tokio (D)

TMGB

Shinjuku Highrises / Distrito de Rascacielos de Shinjuku (E)

Shibuya 109 (F)

Shibuya 109

Ebisu Garden Place / Jardines de Ebisu (G)

Ebisu

Rainbow Bridge / Puente Rainbow (H)

Rainbow Bridge

Tokyo Tower / Torre de Tokyo (I)

TokyoTower

Wakō Building Clocktower, Ginza / Torre del Reloj del edificio Wakō en Ginza (J)

Wako Tower @ Ginza

Yamanote Line at the Tokyo Station Platform / Línea Yamanote a su paso por la estacíón de Tokio (K)

Yamanote Line crossing Tokyo Station

The National Diet Building / El Palacio de la Dieta (L)

Diet building

Yasukuni Shrine / Santuario de Yasukuni (M)

yasukuni 1

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