The story with my partner Edwin! It was my best BIKE than ever. But I couldn't bring it back my hometown, so I left it in Japan to my best Japanese friend for continuing its story.
I knew this Henro Route Map through my 70 years-old cyclist partner- Mr. Nakagawa. This map offers the information about temples, elevations, shops and lodges . I can not image how do I ride without this one. It's absolutely useful if you can read Japanese and Kanji (漢字).
The main mission of Shikoku Henro is collecting 88 stamps and slips (御影) from 88 temples. This stampbook (納經帳) is the best mark in my cycling henro adventure.
It is not about Shikoku Pilgrimage, but about myself. I am a writer of Penghu Islands at Tripadvisor as well. Welcome to have a look!
Henro symbol is an important role in your trip! They will show the information about directions or distances. You'll see a little red one walking with staff. Or sometimes just one sticker of red arrow.
During my days in Shikoku, so many nice persons I met on my Henro way, then I gave them Penghu Postcards as a return.