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Research on Pilgrimage Distance of the Edo Era Priest : Distance Walked by the Priest Hakuin
The Journal of Education and Health Science
This study was conducted for the purpose of understanding the amount of physical activity performed by people during the Edo period. This report used the example of the priest Hakuin and measured the distances he walked between temples on training and pilgrimage. To measure the distances, the author of this report needed to faithfully keep track of the names and locations of the temples the priest Hakuin visited. Hakuin visited a total of 137 temples and seven private residences. He walked 500doi:10.32311/jsehs.54.3_213 fatcat:lijspxhlzvet3bidndcucjernu