A typical “salaryman” working for connected services at automotive industry.
I lived in Okayama prefecture while I was child. Okayama is located close to Shikoku island, hence my parents took me several times to Shikoku, and I clearly remember “Ohenro-san” (Shikoku Henro Pilgrims) because of its special look (white pilgrim’s vest etc). I’ve been interested in Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage since then, and thought that I should try it sometime after I retire from work. Then I eventually decided to change my job, and suddenly came up with the idea that I should try it now (Of course, younger is better!). So I’ve postponed to start my next job for a month, and departed to Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage. This page is a log of my Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage.
Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage on foot was a series of serendipities for me, and I enjoyed it so much. So as a Henro Ambassador, I hope I can be of some help to people who might be interested about Shikoku Henro Pilgrimage.