Shikoku Henro attracts people from around the world

A man who come from outside of Japan is walking along the mountain path to the temple, Chikurin-ji in Kochi. He is wearing a white cloth called byakue, a straw hat called suge gasa and holding kongou zue which is a stick, and a big back pack. He doesn’t smile at all because of the steep hill. He finally find the signboard on which is written “Chikurin-ji”, but he also find long stairs. Continue reading Shikoku Henro attracts people from around the world