Rabbit GPS art to be drawn at a Hatsumode spot in Wakayama, Japan🐰✨
A course of GPS art of rabbits, the animals of the Chinese zodiac, drawn at Kishu Toshogu Shrine, Wakayama Prefecture’s representative hare’s first visit to the shrine.
It is called “Nikko in Kansai” because it enshrines Tokugawa Ieyasu and Tokugawa Yorinobu. It is one of the most popular spots for photography in Wakayama Prefecture, attracting about 70,000 visitors on the three days of the month. The 108 stone steps of the “Samurai Hill” approach to the shrine offer a spectacular view of Wakaura Bay from the gate at the top. However, the climb may be physically demanding, as it is said that “by climbing up the steps, one’s troubles will disappear.
Depending on the infection of the plague, it may be difficult to gather… …Please enjoy the zodiac run avoiding the density 🐰🐇✨