Rice cake throwing event

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D
Debera
3 weeks ago , ( Family ) , From: United States

“ Rice cake throwing event ”

Our Travel with Takehiko was so enjoyable. From pick up at our hotel to the sacred mountain of Koyasan to our departure at Shin Osaka station our expert travel guide was pleasant, flexible and accommodating. We even enjoyed a rice cake throwing ceremony as Monks and Koyasan residents thanked their local Gods & Goddess who protect the land and bring a good harvest. You won't regret spending a terrific day with this expert guide.

Takehiko:
Dear,Debera. It's My Pleasure to have your appreciation. Thank you so much again. You were so lucky to meet a ceremony by chance. It's because you usually all have good luck ,though. I wish you a long and happy life . King regards. ZUMI

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Mic
3 weeks ago , ( Family ) , From: Philippines

“ Osaka private day tour (Osaka Castle, Katsuoji Temple, Aqua Liner, Umeda Sky Bldg) ”

Our family usually has a very busy schedule when we travel. Also, we have 4 children including a toddler. Takehiko, or Zumi which he wants to be called, was very helpful and pleasant. Our family had a great and comfortable time.

Takehiko:
Dear,Mic. Thank you for your having had the service and message . It's a great joy to me to gain your compliments. The tour schedule was very tight because of Osaka Marathon,but otherwise we might have not experienced the night scenery of Osaka city. I wish your children a good luck ,why not you and your husband. I'm sure Dharma of Katsuoji Temple will bring you a great amount of good luck. ZUMI

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Debera
3 weeks ago , ( Family ) , From: United States

“ Rice cake throwing event ”

Our Travel with Takehiko was so enjoyable. From pick up at our hotel to the sacred mountain of Koyasan to our departure at Shin Osaka station our expert travel guide was pleasant, flexible and accommodating. We even enjoyed a rice cake throwing ceremony as Monks and Koyasan residents thanked their local Gods & Goddess who protect the land and bring a good harvest. You won't regret spending a terrific day with this expert guide.

Takehiko:
Dear,Debera. It's My Pleasure to have your appreciation. Thank you so much again. You were so lucky to meet a ceremony by chance. It's because you usually all have good luck ,though. I wish you a long and happy life . King regards. ZUMI

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Rabiah
6 months ago

Zumi-san, that's how we address him, was very helpful and he tried to cater to what we need in our tour.

Takehiko:
Thank you so much for your email. Strawberry reminds me of your cheerful family. I miss you all. Please say hello to your grandmas and see you next year.Be sure to remember it. Thank you. ZUMI

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