やさしい日本語で四国八十八箇所について説明しています。For ages, people have sought health and happiness. In Shikoku, where I live, there's a pilgrimage route called the Shikoku 88 Temple Pilgrimage, which covers 88 temples. I'll introduce its history and philosophy in simple Japanese.
About My Lifesaver! Mr.Ito
Life often presents us with unexpected encounters and moments. Among those in my own life, meeting Mr. Ito stands as an unforgettable experience. Through our connection, I had the opportunity to explore the beautiful teachings of Shikoku's 88 Temple Pilgrimage and the stunning landscapes of Japan.
In December 2020, I suffered an injury while riding my bicycle. Collapsed and unable to move, I was assisted by Mr. Ito. He kindly took me to the hospital. It's not something just anyone would do, and I'm sincerely grateful to him. (Mr. Ito, if you're reading this, thank you so much!!)
About a month after the injury, Mr. Ito kindly took me on a driving tour of temples 1 to 6 in Shikoku. Through this special journey, I was able to discover essential life lessons from The Ten Teachings and immerse myself in Japan's serene beauty.
By the way, Mr. Ito has now moved to Okinawa and runs a scuba diving business. If you ever have a chance to travel to the main island of Okinawa, I highly recommend his tour! You can find more information [here](http://https://www.okinawa018.com/).
Our lives are unpredictable and at times challenging, but these hardships can lead to some of the most meaningful encounters and experiences. My meeting with Mr. Ito was one such instance, and it served as a wonderful opportunity to renew feelings of gratitude and respect.
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