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“Goshuincho” (御朱印帳)

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Do you know “Goshuincho” (御朱印帳) ?

“Goshuin”(御朱印) is seal stamp given to visitors to Shinto shrines, and the seal stamps are often collected in books called “Goshuincho”. It was popular among the elderly, but it seems that more and more young people have Goshuincho as there is a variety of Goshuin with a beautiful illustration these days.

Speaking of temples and shrines, a lot of people from overseas imagine the cities such as Kyoto and Nara. But we can also find them here and there in Tokyo.

After the pandemic ends, why don’t you go out to collect Goshuin?