CHOISHI-MICHI (Koyasan Pilgrimage Route)
Choishi-michi is a route that is starts from Kudoyama, the foot of Koyasan, to Konpon Daito of Kongoubuji Head Temple. The 180 stone statues called choishi that stand beside the route has brought many to the sacred area. It is one of the pilgrimage routes to Koyasan that is registered as a world heritage.
KOYASAN (Day Trip)
Koyasan, the sacred area above the sky was registered as an UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site In 2004. It was founded as a training area for monks 1200 years before by Kobo Daishi Kukai, and is still worshipped by many today. The mythical and fantastic atmosphere fascinates people around the world despite their religion or nation.
Sakai, which is located in the South Central part of Osaka Prefecture, is a city of history and culture. Sakai has many spots to visit, including locations associated with Sen no Rikyu, who had a profound influence on the Japanese tea ceremony, and the grave of Emperor Nintoku, world’s largest burial mound. How about using a rental cycle to visit the various tourist attractions?
The Kishiwada festival, or Kishiwada Danjiri float festival, held in the fall is certainly worthy of special mention when discussing Kishiwada City.