In this tour, discover invisible mystical powers by seeing a sokushinbutsu (a monk who turned himself into a mummy through asceticism) and making a rosary. At Kinoene-Daikokuten, one of Japan’s legendary temples, you will make an udenenju (rosary bracelet) consisting of gemstones of your choice. The priest will offer prayers to wish you fortune. At Zokoin Temple, you will see a sokushinbutsu, a rare artifact of which few exist in Japan. In the evening, you will stay at a farmer’s guesthouse. On the following day, you will watch Okagura (an ancient form of Japanese music and dance performed to the gods), which is Japan’s oldest traditional performing art that can only be viewed in two places in Japan. Lunch will be dishes made with Yamagata’s specialties. At Toshoji Temple, you will play a board game against Mr. Takuya Ono, who is a board game journalist as well as a priest. The priest’s collection of board games will blow you away.