"We have prepared buses that meet your needs, from large buses for 55 people to small buses for 23 people.
Shodoshima Kotsu Co., Ltd. responds to various requests, such as circle and neighborhood association trips, and pilgrims by bus (Shodoshima 88 sacred sites tour)."
Please feel free to call us as we will estimate the cost.
For reservations and inquiries, please call us. tel. 0879-62-1203
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49 seats for regular seats + 11 seats for auxiliary seats
45 seats for regular seats + 8 seats for auxiliary seats
45 seats for regular seats + 10 seats for auxiliary seats
21 seats for regular seats + 3 seats for auxiliary seats
Seats 22 + seats 6
Seats 21 + seats 6
Seats 18 + seats 5
Shodoshima 88 sacred places tour
"Shodoshima Island is a place of ascetic practices for Kobo Daishi, and a place of prayer and training for pilgrims. The Shodoshima Island 88 sacred places are called the Island of Pilgrimage and Training. The entire process is approximately 38 ri (about 150 km), and 94 sacred places including 6 inner temples with mountains, valleys, fields and cliffs, all of which go through official sacred places.
We will guide you to Shodoshima sacred ground by a comfortable private bus."
No. 72: The sacred ground of Okunoin Kasagataki Waterfall
A temple built in the middle of a mountain. It is a temple that goes up a cliff by using chains. The view from the main hall is spectacular.
No. 1: Dounzan Kannon Natsuji
A depression in the rock face miraculously creates this shape when the sun shines for about 20 days around the summer solstice (June 21), and a statue of Kannon emerges. It is affectionately known as the Kannon-sama who appears only on the summer solstice.
No. 18 Sekimon-do
Ishimondo has been called Daishi-do since ancient times because Kobo Daishi secluded himself in a cave during his ascetic practices and performed Goma ascetic practices.
No. 81: Emon no Taki Emon Fudo
A temple built in the middle of a mountain. 1200 years ago, Odaishi-sama held holy fire for 100 days at a dojo. Since then, the fire has never gone out.