Ate breakfast quickly to start “Day 5”.
Arrived the temple at 7:20 am.
I felt good because air is fresh and nobody was at the temple, quiet and peaceful.
This is very practical, I prayed for three together!
Left: Dainichinyorai (Mahavairocana), Center: Kobo Daishi, Right: Fudomyo-oh (Acala Naatha).
The ceiling of gate is beautiful.
When I find a string like this, I should hold it because God is holding the other end; I’ll be connected!!!
I took off my shoes and stepped on them with my feet!
This temple is tough one.
Climbed up a steep slope for 20 mins, but scenery is nice and so refleshing!
Entered a cave (there is no light inside; need to use a candle) to meet Fudomyo-oh.
I learned that Shikoku people eat large portion.
I shared this one set of soba and katsudon (fried breaded pork with egg) with Mom.
One portion lunch is enough for two adults!
No. 44 Daihoji (Daiho Temple)
Wow, to get qualified to use this rainbow coloured wish paper, a person needs to conduct the Shikoku Pilgrimage (again, one Pilgrimage requires to visit 88 temples) 100 times and more!!!
The last temple of the day.
Today, we finished early because it will take an hour by car to reach next temple.