About Phoetic : A Shikoku Temple Pilgrimage
Project 2016-09-26 00:00:37 +1300
On Shikoku island, Japan's 4th largest island, there is an ancient pilgrimage, a 1200km loop which passes by 88 buddhist temples. It's known locally as Hachijūhakkasho (八十八箇所). Pilgrims who follow the route are called o-henro, and are recognised by their distinctive white clothes and cone-shaped hat.
Donations and Expenses
It costs the Fred Hollows Foundation about $25 to give sight to a blind person in a developing country. If I can raise $25 for every day I'm walking, this amount will help 44 people to be able to see and appreciate the beautiful world we live in.
Knowing you donated will also encourage and motivate me in the difficult moments on the pilgrimage!
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The People Behind Phoetic : A Shikoku Temple Pilgrimage
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Hans Weston2016-10-01 19:24:04 +1300
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Nagisa Maekawa2016-09-28 15:40:00 +1300
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