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Rope Bridge

September 21-23, 2012

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How to get there:

You can enter Japan by plane or boat. Though, the number of boats going to Japan from other countries has gone down significantly.   1,034 more words


May 14, 2013: Up the mountain to Temple 60 (plus optional Mt. Ishizuchi climb)

I lucked out with the weather again this morning.  It was bright and sunny, although that meant that it would be getting hot by the afternoon. 3,389 more words

Field Report: Matsuyama (12 February 2014) - Part 2/3

Regular readers of this blog are probably well aware that Diego is a castle nut. Not once in my several visits to Japan have I ever failed to visit at least one of these striking symbols of the country’s feudal history, and on several occasions (such as… 783 more words


Viaje a Shikoku (四国). Visita a la ciudad de Takamatsu 高松 (Kagawa-ken 香川県).

Hola amigos,

Esta vez os vengo a hablar de la visita que hice a Shikoku este Verano en las vacaciones de Agosto con motivo de la celebración del Obon en Japón. 2,033 more words


when I realize these absurd convo really happened ...

Conversation antara saya(Faizah), Nilam, dan Galuh saat nonton Rurouni Kenshin : Kyoto Inferno , Kamis, 11 September 2014

“Kenshinnya ganteng, astaghfirullah”

“Kaoru nya imut, cute abis”

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May 13, 2013: The Story of Aono-san

Breakfast at temple lodgings comes after the otsutome prayer ceremony, unless the temple is one of the minority that have it in the evening. The otsutome was conducted by the head priest that we had heard about yesterday. 3,882 more words

three cities in three days! (9.4.14-9.7.14)


In the morning I woke at seven to catch an eight o’clock train. Daisuke presented me with some homemade onigiri for my travels. He and Ko-Chun saw me off and I walked to the train station. 2,260 more words