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Mt. Koya + Photography 2008/2/26 02:54

I am thinking about staying overnight via a shukubo (Temple lodging) at Mt. Koya.

My question: is heavy photography allowed? I am a photography enthusiast and would like to take many pictures of the monk lifestyle. I understand the religious aspect of the morning prayer rituals, but I would also like to capture this with my camera.

Does anybody have any experience? Is photography shunned upon?

I have seen many pictures of Mt. Koya and the shrines/temples/graves; however, I've seen minimal amounts of pictures of actual monks and the monk lifestyle.

Thank you in advance!
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Question 2008/3/29 17:39
What do you mean by heavy photography?
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