A visit to Japan
The Saihoji temple
The Kurama mountain
The following pages contains two brief photoreports of a visit to 2 places in Japan. These 2 places are of major importance in the, rather short, history of Reiki. The first one is the Saihoji tempel in Tokyo where the familygrave of Usui is located. The other place is mount Kurama near Kyoto where Mikao Usui received his Reiki initiations. But ..........
.......... just like the work on Kurama mountain never will be finished, so will the work on this webpages never be finished.
The photo's on the next pages are not of a high resolution. If you want to have a particular photo, but in a higher resolution (about 10 times as high as the photo's on the next pages, click here for an example), sent me an email with the number of the photo. I will sent you this photo then (with a maximum of. 3 for each emailadress).
From this visit to these 2 places in Japan a combined CD-ROM/Audio-CD was made. This because of the fact that there was a lot of information and pictures which would not fit on this internetpage. The main important reasons for making this CD where:
The fact that there are no detailed route discriptions to the Saihoji temple and the Kurama mountain.
To make it possible to have a look at these 2 places for people who are not able to visit Japan.
This CD contains, among other things:
A report of the quest to these 2 places and a report of the visit to these places.
About 50 photo's of the Saihoji temple and about 75 photo’s of the Kurama mountain (photo’s can be viewed as high resolution photo's (click here for an example), as slideshow and as a thumbnail gallery).
Route discriptions to Saihoji and Kurama including several maps and street maps.
Links to other websites containing information about Saihoji and Kurama.
3, typical Japanese, pieces of music, each about 10 min. long, which can be played on a normal audio CD player. This music can for instance be used as background music during a Reiki healing session. One of these songs has a recommendation written by the chief-priest of Kurama mountain.
This CD can be viewed best with Internet Explorer 4.0 (or higher) in a screenmode 800x600. An audio card in the PC is not necessary. Unfortunately, this CD is only available in the Dutch language.
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