A travel at Shousenkyou canyon②
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Today, we would like to upload the continuing of my travel ② at Shousenkyou the other day.
★A travel at Shousenkyou – the second day.
On this day, I got up at 5 am.
As for breakfast, I ate up all the remaining chicken hot pot with udon noodles of yesterday supper.
Preparing firewood for today and finishing the remaining yesterday, I started to go out.
I took a walk on the hiking route(for about 90 minutes one way) starting at 10 am.
Then, I went up to Sengataki fall, and returned, which is a 3 hour-walk all together.
It turned out to be a really good exercise!
I drove to Kanazakura Shrine just as it was, and worshipped there.
As Kanazakura Shrine is the place of guardian god’s inner shrine of our company’s business office, so I especially worshipped there.
I also worshipped at this place a day before our company’s business office opened.
On this day, as it was too late to climb the mountain, and the ropeway was also crowded, so I gave up my idea of climbing up to the mountain peak.
I returned to the camp at 17 pm and had some liquor.
As for supper, I ate Monja-yaki or a kind of hot plate pan cake, but without having lunch on this day.
It was healthful to reduce frequency of meal as much as possible.
In fact, as we were influenced by COVID-19, and for taking the management countermeasure and busily working last year, I started to go around visiting power spots, castles, and the gods and Buddhas to overcome COVID-19 recession.
As for visiting the gods and Buddhas, it is possible to understand Japanese history and areal history, which makes me interested in. In addition, because of enhancing worshipping manner or so, we repented arrogant feelings. I could also throw off wicked thought, passions and distraction.
I fully felt the nature and the mysterious energy of the gods and Buddhas, so my body and soul were cleaned up also on this day.
That is all for my explanation today of the second day at my Shousenkyou travel.
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Written by Mr Kenta Kikuchi, Top managing director of this company.