Hiking the Daibutsu Trail in Kamakura.

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  • 21973002 4y

    Um? Where did you find this? Even Kamakura is my hometown, but I don't know this....
  • Blue Lotus 4y

    At the foot of this temple: Kamakura

    at Hasedera.
  • 21973002 4y

    Really... Hasedera is the closest temple to my father's house. I don't know how many time I have been in my life; but I didn't realize that pebble.
  • 21973002 4y

    When I go back to Japan next time, I will visit. Look forward it
  • Blue Lotus 4y

    OK, I checked it out and there's not much information about it online. But it seems that the stones are each written with one character from the heart sutra: okadosblog.blogspot.com/2011/01/blog-post_5896.html
  • 21973002 4y

    Thanks for your providing information. I appreciate it. And surprised at you could read that websites. Can read Japanese much? I think Japanese reading and writing is more difficult for foreigners than speaking or listening. It is the opposite to when foreigners learn English. (I am really sorry if you are Japanese or not a foreigner.)

    Anyway, I am Japanese not in Japan, haha.
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