The Koyasan Choishi-michi Trail is a pilgrimage route extending for 24km (14.9 miles), and has been a pilgrimage trail walked by the Buddhist faithful. Along the way, there are stone pillars about 10 ft in height in the shape of a Gorinto (five-elements pagoda) that were erected in the Kamakura period (1185-1333). In the past, the faithful climbed to Mount Koya while prostrating at each of the pillars along the trail. Today the trail is well-tended, and hikers can enjoy the hiking trail while counting off each of the 180 ancient stone pillars. In 2004, Koyasan and the Sacred Sites and Pilgrimage Routes in the Kii Mountain Range were registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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The back approach to Shrine to Todai-ji Nigatsudo.
A lane of a mud wall and a stone pavement embodies old good Nara.