On today's blog post, we're going to go on an excursion to Kamakura. We start with a (slightly watered-down) tea ceremony in an old teahouse attached to Jomyo-Ji temple:
Now join us on a visit to the fourteenth-century Hōkokuji Temple. The temple garden looks like immaculately manicured grass, but actually it's moss. Moss gardens are a thing here.aviva_m reminded me: They're boddhisatvas who take care of children. —Originally posted on Dreamwidth, where there are comments. Please comment there using OpenID or a DreamWidth account (which you no longer need an invite code to create). Though I am leaving comments enabled on LiveJournal for a bit, please don't comment here if you can do so there instead.