Orei-Mairi (お 礼 参 り) A custom that means finishing the Shikoku pilgrimage by returning to the first temple visited. For others, it is the end of the pilgrimage to Mount Koya.
Literally in Japanese, orei mairi means visiting a temple to give thanks, to thank.
The pilgrim of Shikoku returns to the temple of departure, or to Mount Koya, to thank the deities of the good course of his pilgrimage.