Rabbit GPS art to be drawn at a Hatsumode spot in Chiba🐰✨
A course of GPS art of a rabbit, the animal of the Chinese zodiac, drawn at Shochuzan Hokkekyo-ji Temple, a Hatsumode spot in Chiba, Japan.
Founded in the Kamakura period (1185-1333), this temple is the head temple of the Nichiren sect of Buddhism. After Nichiren’s death, his supporter Toki Tsunenobu became an ordained priest and turned part of his mansion into a temple. The temple grounds are home to many important cultural properties and are a popular sightseeing spot.
Today, the temple is one of the most popular places for Hatsumode not only in Ichikawa City but also in Chiba Prefecture. Especially on New Year’s Eve, visitors can ring the temple bell for New Year’s Eve by lottery.
Depending on the epidemic, it may be difficult to gather… …We hope you enjoy your zodiac run avoiding the density of the city 🐰🐇✨