Nami went to Okunoin Temple in Mount Koya (Wakayama) for the first time in 2 years.
“It made me feel more determined to do my best for another year”
Located on the north side of Mount Koya, Okunoin Temple is a sanctuary housing the mausoleum of Kobo Daishi (also known as Kukai). Kobo Daishi was a famous monk, scholar, engineer and the founder of Shingon Buddhism who lived from 774–835 A.D. Legend says he is still resting within the mausoleum in a state of eternal meditation.
The temple’s expansive grounds are home to Japan’s largest cemetery with memorials and monuments to over 200,000 souls, including some of the most famous people in Japanese history. All these souls wished to be closer to the Buddhist pioneer, Kobo Daishi, and hoped for a fast track to salvation.
Source to https://www.japan.travel/en/spot/974/
Visita al templo Okunoin en el Monte Koya, Wakayama, después de 2 años.
“Me ha hecho sentirme más decidida a dar lo mejor de mí un año más”