A Tranquil Koyasan Morning

I already mentioned how gorgeous Japan was during the Fall. After prayers with the monks, we had a chance to explore the grounds of the sacred mountain for a bit and walk along a nearby path surrounded by vibrant colorful trees. It was so quiet, so calm, so beautiful.

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

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Koyasan

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Koyasan

Koyasan

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Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

Koyasan

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Going to Mount Koya and staying at Jokiin among the monks was such a wonderful and spiritual experience.

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It was my sister’s last day in Japan. We caught the Koyasan bus back to the train station and made our way back to Kyoto. It didn’t take us nearly as long as the journey there.

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Author: Desiree

Desired Tastes is a Food and Travel Blog written by Desiree, a food enthusiast from New Jersey who just wants to see the world and eat good food.

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