On the way to No.28 Dainichi-ji, I passed through a town called Akaoka. There’s the Benten-za theatre, which seems to be used for various purpose by local resident (I think it’s originally Kabuki theater).
In front of this Benten-za, there’s Ekingura museum where you can see Ekin’s art (unfortunately, it was too early in the morning and it was closed).
The Shikoku Automobile Museum, which my old friend I met in Tokushima told me about, is located on the Henro route. However unfortunately, it doesn’t open until 10:00 a.m. I passed it at 9:00 a.m. and couldn’t wait for an hour considering today’s schedule…OK, let’s visit again in future 🙂
|07:10||Departure (D): Guest house Sumiyoshi-so|
|09:20||Arrival (A): No.28 Dainichi-ji|
|09:50||D: Walk to No.29 Kokubun-ji|
|12:10||A: No.29 Kokubun-ji|
|12:40||D: Walk to No.30 Zenraku-ji|
|14:10||A: No.30 Zenraku-ji|
|14:50||D: Walk to No.31 Chikurin-ji|
|16:30||A: No.31 Chikurin-ji|
|17:00||D: Take bus and walk to Richmond Hotel Kochi|
|18:00||A: Richmond Hotel Kochi|
Here’re some pictures from day 11.