Up the Holy Mountain — FranGallo’s Blog

Last night was our last night at the monastery in Mt. Koya. Mt Koya is the center of Shingon Buddhism, a sect introduced to Japan in 805AD by Kukai (also known as Kobo Daishi), one of Japan’s most significant religious figures. Mt. Koya is also the site of Kukai’s mausoleum and the start of Shikoku […]

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