Senyuji Rest Hut - Henro Goya Huts are often somewhat exposed to the elements, and usually more suitable for a rest or nap rather than an overnight stay except in a pinch. These huts have been built through volunteer and local community efforts and provide a welcome place to rest or nap. Uta Ichiyo, a Japanese architect, designed many of these huts, although they were built by volunteers and financed by local communities. The ultimate aim is to create 88 of these huts for the convenience of all 88 temples. Most of these huts were designed for taking a rest or a nap only and sleeping overnight in them is frowned upon by locals. In a pinch, they may be servicable but it is very important to ask local neighbors or the nearest police box for permission first.
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