We have a unique way of taking pictures here in the temple. We say “Myo・Sho・Ji” instead of “Cheese”.

We guided a Californian couple to Myo-sho-ji Temple. Afterwards, we went to The Former Yoshida Family Residence in Kashiwa City.

They are captivated with the nature, culture, food, and people in Japan, so we let them experience the purification ceremony.

Myo-sho-ji Temple has a big Sacred Tree which is an iconic monument in Japan.
The vice monk is so young and kind. He explained about Buddhism and Christianity.

They really enjoyed the divine ceremony, historic building, and fresh air. We hope that they loved their stay in Japan.

God bless them!