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Today I made a trip to Kamakura to make an offering for a friend back home. On the way there I happened to glance out of the window and saw this beautiful HUGE statue of The Goddess Kannon, the Japanese Goddess of Mercy. I decided I would be finding my way there on my way back to Tokyo.
It was a beautiful day and on my way there I met some really nice people from Minnasota. I hung out with them for ...
... rid of the malicious forces in life, leave our wishes in life for the gods to hear, and restore our energy with some cold drinks.
A little bit down the road(oh no, that's means we have to climb back up later...)we entered the Zeniarai Benten Shrine, known for its special waters. If you wash your money in the waters of the shrine, hidden in a cave, then spend that money, it will come back to you several times over. Obviously, ...
Not sure if the Japanese Kanji and Katagana characters in the title can appear normally. The site is designed for Eng. Anyway, I'll still type in English.
Our destination is Kamakura, the capital in the 8th century. The train took us to North Kamakura, where we got off and walked into the first temple. This is a temple trip, maybe a little boring for kids, but since this is the first day after arriving in Japan, the fresh feelings ...
... changing rapidly and dramatically. It would be interesting to see what a China visit would be like for us in ten years.
Finally we arrived at the airport, checked our bags without any difficulty and cruised through airport security. The ride was smooth as well. We flew a Japanese airline to Tokyo and their service was impeccable. They served a full breakfast ...
... of shoppers just looking around and the commotion was intense. I, however got to witness my first guy walking his three dogs in a pram.
After this little adventure, It was time to visit Hansobo Temple. The biggest temple in Kamakura. It's a large temple that has ponds, donation wish boxes, temples, prayer booths and wish trees. We spent a good two hours in this place just walking around, putting wishes on the wishing tree and making donations. It was just so peaceful ...