‘Goshuin-cho’ Japanese pilgrimage stamp(note)book with protective cover. type: Bellows, compact & lightweight, Red. 40 pages, fabric: Brocade. japanese paper. H: 6.42″ W: 4.41″ T: 0.55″, weight: 0.331lb (Beautiful embroidery)(import japan)
It is called ‘goshuin-chou’ in Japanese.
‘shuin’ means a common stamp.
‘goshuin’ is a special stamp that is given at a shrine or a temple.
It is usually called ‘goshuin’ instead of ‘shuin’ without a prefix. ‘chou’ is an album or book in Japanese.
When visiting sacred places in such as temples in Japan, some believers of other sects place goshuin on Goshuin-chou (a notebook for sealing red seals of various sacred places) for record.
After you get your ‘goshuin cho’ you can bring it other temples and shrines to get more stamps.
Why don’t you make your own ‘goshuin chou’?
Made in Japan.
Q1.How can you get ‘goshuin-cho’ and ‘goshuin’?
A1.Most temples and shrines they sell it at ‘goshuin(stamp) jyo’ near the entrance.
(goshuin = stamp)(jyo = place)
Q2.How much is Goshuin(stamp)?
A2.At many temples and shrines, ‘goshuin’ will be given by donating a small amount of money like $3(about 300 yen).
Q3.Is it possible to use another?
A3.Yes. Can be used as a stamp book and note.
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Made in Japan & Import from Japan
be all the rage among women in Japan. called the ‘Gosyuin girl’
Body size: 6.42″ X 4.41″ X 0.55″, Body weight: 0.331lb