Monday, September 24, 2018

Hyuga City to Takanabe: Day 20



The weather was improved on my twentieth day walking around Kyushu. It was a long day but filled with sights. The route hit the coast at several points during the morning.


The village of Mimitsu was a pleasant surprise. With a historic district of traditional buildings but not a big tourist destination it seemed a little more authentic and lacking in gift shops and cafes.


There were three of the pilgrimage temples to visit today, with one having a delightful waterfall for purification with the attendant Fudo Myo statues.


There were also lots of shrines including the Ichinomiya, the highest ranked shrine of the province, with a nice koi pond and gardens.


I will be walking this section in a couple of weeks on my next leg of the Kyushu Fudo Myo Pilgrimage and am looking forward to doing some deeper explorations of the area.

3 comments:

  1. What a gem! Absolutely stunning place! And fabulous shots! :-)

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  2. Beautiful. Someplace to visit if I ever get back to Japan.

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  3. A long walk in the country with great photos and information

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