The third of the Buddhist pilgrimage series. This volume takes us from Hiwasa, the finishing port in the last book, onwards around the coast to finish on the wild south-west coast of the island.
The tone of this book is softer than the previous two, a quiet journey by bicycle through the gentle rain of Shikoku.
The fourth in the Buddhist pilgrimage series, this book takes the reader up the west coast of Shikoku Island.
It tells of staying in mountain top temples and being woken at dawn by the pilgrim's bells as they toiled up the narrow paths below.
The fifth and final book in the Buddhist pilgrimage series describing how the author rode from Temple 66 to Temple 88, then over the mountains to Temple 1, thus closing the circle.
At last he visited Wild Master who made no comment on his student's 1500km circuit.
The second story of the author's pilgrimage through rural Japan, staying in Buddhist temples where the whiskey cost less than in the liquor stores.
Again we meet Wild Master, but this time he is digging drains.
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