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... with the demands of the world of affairs, Kukai asked the emperor to allow him to create a retreat center at Mt. Koya, raised the funds for it, and built a large retreat center at Mt. Koya, away from the demands of the court. It is now the center for esoteric Buddhism here, likely the most prestigious expression of Buddhism in Japan still.
It is beautiful here, but why this particular spot? No one is certain, but some suspect it is because there ...
... it at the train station.
After Alistair noticed I left the umbrella behind on purpose, we noted that we could see the castle from where we stood. It was good to not require a map or directions for a change! Wondering intuitively towards the castle, we found ourselves walking through a flea market. As with most flea markets, most of the items on sale were pretty derelict, leaving me wondering who would be interested in buying most of ...
Though the concept of a capsule idea seems novel and somewhat bizarre to us, it's actually very commonplace in Japanese work culture. The capsules exist as a cheap and convenient alternative to taking a long train ride home after a late night at the office. I found the entire experience to be very comfortable and convenient. When you enter the hotel, you take off your shoes and place them in a small locker. You then take the locker key to the ...
Konichiwa from Osaka!
So what started out as a really ****** day ended up being amazing which can happen a lot when you're on a adventure but what's important is that you don't let those ****** moments define you. Anyways the reason our day started out really ****** is because when we checked our bank account we realized we were charged 5 bucks each time we took out money and since something was wrong with my card we had to take some money from my card and some from Jord's. ...
... yesterday's blog. A Japanese man wandered up and chattered at me. I didn't understand and he slipped into English; it turned out he wanted to recommend the garden I was near, but I'd seen it. The picture of the keep reflecting on the water yesterday is from there, it really is the spot to see Osaka castle from. He used to make curtains, kimonos etc, traditional things for which there just isn't much market any more but is in any case retired now. He was keen to compare notes ...