Letter for Nobusan

Nagata-san,
Thank you so much.  You made my trip to Kyoto memorable.
Your inside knowledge of Kyoto helped us to enjoy the beautiful autumn leaves.
The exercise climbing to Jingo-ji was healthy as well as the fresh mountain air.
The secret shrine in Nara was a delight.
Take care of yourself, your wife.
Best Wishes

 

Dear Mr. Nagata,
I enjoyed your guide very much.
With your help and your jokes, the long distance climbing to Jingo-ji seemed easier.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Please send my regards to your wife.

 

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Thank you very much for having used me for your tour for three days.
I appreciate your gift and gratuity.
Your letter makes me very happy, all of you enjoyed my guide.
I hope we will meet again in the near future.
Please give my best regards to your friends.

Sincerely Regards,


Nobuaki Nagata

Azumaro Shrine, Fushimi Senbazuru is a string of a thousand paper cranes. It is usually sent to a person who is ill or injured as a prayer for recovery. The crane is symbolic of happiness and long life.

Jingo-ji Temple,“Kawarake-nage” which can be used as a charm to protect you from misfortune.
Jingo-ji Temple,“Kawarake-nage” which can be used as a charm to protect you from misfortune.

                                            Saimyoji-Temple in Takao
                           Saimyoji-Temple in Takao