Travels around Japan: Koya-san

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I mostly write poetry on this blog, but I also enjoy writing travel articles about Japan, a beautiful country I discover new corners of every day.

Here’s one I wrote about Mount Koya, misty mountain home of Shingon Buddhism. Let me know what you think!

Koya-san: A Modern-Day Pilgrimage on the Odigo blog for Odigo Travel.

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Okunoin Cemetery, Koya-san. cc via Wikimedia, by Jordy Meow

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2 thoughts on “Travels around Japan: Koya-san

  1. This is a wonderful story Caroline, really taking the reader there. The Gomo video is fascinating. A friend has stayed there like yourself as a guest for 3 days. It is one of the most spiritual experiences he has had.

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