SpotTake-off shoes

Some foreigners don't know where they should take off their shoes. At the entrance, duckboards are laid out in the front of shoe cupboards. Usually we take off our shoes in front of the duckboards and stand directly on top of them - without our feet touching the ground. However, some foreigners stand on the ground when they take off their shoes and as a result, their feet become dirty and then they track dirt inside when they enter. They know they should take off their shoes but don't understand why they should take them off there, Osho (a bonze) at Daishin-in said humorously.

Take-off shoes




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