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2020.10.13 - 2020.10.22
KODAK COLORPLUS 200, FUJI SUPERIA PREMIUM 400, FUJI SUPERIA X-TRA 400
The Kumano Kodo is a set of three old pilgrimage routes through some of the holiest lands in all of Honshu, Japan. The three routes date back to the 17th century. We decided on the Iseji route on the sole reason it was the less popular of the three.
We divided the 170km walk into ten days, staying in small towns along the way. Weather was generally fine but there were 2 days where it straight up bucketed down rain. Despite this, we walked the whole way and finalised our journey at the Kumano Hayatama Taisha shrine in Wakayama Prefecture.
The trip requires a significant amount of planning, but there is an abundance of information online you can find if you are interested.
These photos were developed and scanned in Korea.
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