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Guided walk through KUMANO KODO








As the name suggests, the history of Kumano Kodo is as old as the Heian period, and it was the road that was followed by Pope Shirakawa, who was an influential person at the time, and Sadaie Fujiwara, who served as a scholar of Hyakunin Isshu.


The Kumano Hongu Taisha Shrine, which is called Kumano Sanzan, the Kumano Hayata Taisha Shrine, the Kumano Nachi Taisha Shrine, and the Nachiyama Aogishi The three shrines and temples of "Nachi-san Seigan Toji" are connected. 


Since ancient times, the path you walked with prayer has been registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the name "Kii Mountain Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes" including the three sacred sites of Kumanosan and Yoshino Omine in addition to Kumanosanzan. I will.


The fact that the road itself is registered as a World Heritage Site is rare worldwide, and its appeal is such that it is visited not only in Japan but also from all over the world. "Kumano Kodo" is a rare place where you can feel the flow of eternity, where samurai and common people can take over the path that the royal family and nobles started to walk in the Heian period, and we can do the same.

Why don't you walk with a nationally qualified guide to enjoy the world heritage "Kumano Kodo"?



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