The Kojiki district culture has a historic focus on balance, with this being reflected in the pagoda-littered architecture and symmetrical, Zen-style buildings. Their traditional philosophy of inner focus and subjectivity put them at odds with their dogmatic Theophanies neighbors, although the animosity is mainly in the other district. Many of the best ryuu-neko trainers and breeders operate from Kojiki. The mountain island of Kittim, historically a territory whose ownership was disputed with Margate, is currently considered to be a part of Kojiki.

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