Recap of Worldschool Travel Tour: Japan in Summer 2010 » The group in front of a Jizo statue (protector of children and travelers in Japanese Buddhism) with Hattori-san, a Buddhist monk, at his temple, Jikei-ji, in Mikuni, Osaka, where I used to live.

The group in front of a Jizo statue (protector of children and travelers in Japanese Buddhism) with Hattori-san, a Buddhist monk, at his temple, Jikei-ji, in Mikuni, Osaka, where I used to live.

The group in front of a Jizo statue (protector of children and travelers in Japanese Buddhism) with Hattori-san, a Buddhist monk, at his temple, Jikei-ji, in Mikuni, Osaka, where I used to live.

The group in front of a Jizo statue (protector of children and travelers in Japanese Buddhism) with Hattori-san, a Buddhist monk, at his temple, Jikei-ji, in Mikuni, Osaka, where I used to live.


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