As soon as I left the Seapa MAKOTO, An old man approached me and said, “Would you like to drink?” while he handed me amazake which I thought he bought for himself initially to warm him up. He said, “It’s a source of energy for your pilgrims”. Since my body hadn’t warmed up yet, I appreciated a lot since it was warm and tasty. Thank you.
|06:30||Departure (D): The Seapa MAKOTO|
|06:30||D: Walk to Henjyo-in via Kama-Daishi-do|
|08:50||D: Walk along Kikuma-town famous for roof tiles and visited Henjyo-in|
|11:50||Arrival (A): No.54 Enmei-ji|
|12:10||D: Walk to No.55 Nanko-bo|
|13:10||A: No.55 Nanko-bo|
|13:45||D: Walk to No.56 Taisan-ji|
|14:20||A: No.56 Taisan-ji|
|14:50||D: Walk to No.57 Eifuku-ji|
|15:30||A: No.57 Eifuku-ji|
|15:50||D: Walk to No.58 Senyu-ji|
|16:30||A: No.58 Senyu-ji|
|17:10||A: Senyu-ji Shuku-bo (Pilgrim’s lodge in Senyu-ji)|
Here’re some pictures from day 25.