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Guilty Connector - Henro Pilgrimage -Soundscape Of The Shikoku 88 Temples download album

  • Performer: Guilty Connector
  • Title: Henro Pilgrimage -Soundscape Of The Shikoku 88 Temples-
  • Genre: Electronic
  • Formats: AHX FLAC MOD MMF XM TTA AU
  • Released: 2003
  • Style: Field Recording, Musique Concrète, Experimental
  • MP3 album: 1593 mb
  • FLAC album: 1735 mb
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Guilty Connector - Henro Pilgrimage -Soundscape Of The Shikoku 88 Temples download album

The Shikoku Pilgrimage (四国遍路 Shikoku Henro) or Shikoku Junrei (四国巡礼) is a multi-site pilgrimage of 88 temples associated with the Buddhist monk Kūkai (Kōbō Daishi) on the island of Shikoku, Japan. A popular and distinctive feature of the island's cultural landscape, and with a long history, large numbers of pilgrims, known as henro (遍路), still undertake the journey for a variety of ascetic, pious, and tourism-related purposes

Recorded at Tokushima, Kochi, Ehime, and Kagawa's 88 temples, during 08/20/2002 - 08/29/2002. Dedicated to all the people who have travelled with me and helped me on the roads of Shikoku-Island. Attention! It is not harsh noise album!" - back cover . Repressed in 2005. Guilty Connector - Henro Pilgrimage -Soundscape Of The Shikoku 88 Temples- download free mp3, flac.

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The Shikoku Pilgrimage Resource. Shikoku Route Guide Book. Shikoku 88 Route Guide. The Shikoku Japan 88 Route Guide is the indispensable companion for all walking Henro. Written by volunteers and periodically updated, the book contains a short introduction to the Shikoku Pilgrimage and detailed maps of the entire route along with a wealth of useful information to help you navigate the island and find places to eat, sleep and much more. Don’t leave home without it! 150+ pages of maps. 88 main & 20 bekkaku temples. Henro-no-michi (pilgrim trail). Shikoku-no-michi (nature trail). Trail elevation and distances.

We are traveling the Shikoku Pilgrimage, following the signs for henro (pilgrims), on a 1,200-kilometer circuit that runs between 88 temples on the island of Shikoku. It honors the founder of Japanese Shingon Buddhism, Kobo Daishi. Devoted people, fortunate with an abundance of time and good health, walk the pilgrimage in one go, completing it in about six weeks. Most, however, take years to complete it, returning when they can and moving forward in fits and starts each time the opportunity arises. At the temple, you can perform a symbolic pilgrimage around a statue of Kobo Daishi that is itself surrounded by 88 statues that represent each of the 88 temples. Beneath the hall that now stands where Kobo Daishi was born, it is possible to complete an enlightening walk through a 100-meter passage in complete darkness.

Shikoku is best known for its 88 temples associated with Kukai, posthumously known as Kobo Daishi (774–835). Men and women of all ages have walked the pilgrimage trail for over 1,200 years. ITINERARIES A 2-Day Pilgrimage in Shikoku Follow the path of esteemed Japanese Buddhist monk Kobo Daishi towards enlightenment. Recommended length: 2 days. Shikoku is best known for its 88 temples associated with Kukai, posthumously known as Kobo Daishi (774–835). This two-day model tour in Tokushima Prefecture focuses on the first nine of the 88 temples of the (hikoku-henro/) pilgrimage. Experiencing the life of a pilgrim by tracing the path of an enlightened Japanese Buddhist monk. Exploring one of the least traveled prefectures in Japan.

People go on the 88 temple pilgrimage around the island of Shikoku for a myriad of reasons-some looking for forgiveness, some to honor a commitment to a deceased family member, some merely looking to experience the beauty of Shikoku. I came to this centuries old Buddhist pilgrimage hoping to gain a foothold into my past, and insight into my future. Equipped with only a backpack, guidebook and a sense of adventure, I calmly took my first step into what turned out to be a life-changing experience. Following in the footsteps of the revered saint, Kobo Daishi, this 1000-year-old Buddhist pilgrimage passes through ancient and modern Japan, across rice paddies, busy intersections and old growth forest trails.

Shikoku 88 Temples Pilgrimages ew lines or make up another words in it, to a better expl. Shikoku 88 Temples Pilgrimages added a new photo to the album 2011年2月26日. 25 February 2011 ·. An example of Chanting of the ordinary sutras in Henro, based on Shin-gon Sects of Daishi.

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Credits

  • Mastered By – Kelly Churko
  • Recorded By [All Sound Hunting], Edited By, Mixed By, Photography [Cover Photo] – Dabo*, Kohei The Fast

Notes

Recorded at Tokushima, Kochi, Ehime, and Kagawa's 88 temples, during 08/20/2002 - 08/29/2002.

"Dedicated to all the people who have travelled with me and helped me on the roads of Shikoku-Island." - back cover

Ⓒ℗ 2003 Utsu tapes

"Attention! It is not harsh noise album!" - back cover
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Repressed in 2005.

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