Japan Travel – Shojoshin in Temple in Koyasan, Okunoin [Day 8]





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Last part at Koyasan!

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Comments

  • Posted: October 18, 2020 23:19

    Connor Ward

    Mount Koya is mainly the home for pracitioners of Shingon Buddhism or Excoteric Buddhism. Those symbols on the large memorials are Sanskrit letters, which are common in Shingon Buddhism.
  • Posted: October 18, 2020 23:19

    ccross04

    What is the name of this ryokan? (I hope I spelled that correctly)
  • Posted: October 18, 2020 23:19

    Scott Xalius

    How many days you got left in japan ?
  • Posted: October 18, 2020 23:19

    KGhaleon

    I think what you meant, is that taking a camera to the ceremony would have made it less personal for you. Some stuff you just want to experience yourself.

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