Goshuin number 34 is from 清水寺 (Kiyomizu Temple), a gorgeous temple on a hill in Kyoto. Fun fact: the main […]
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Goshuin number 22 is from the 大光院 (Daikoin), a huge Buddhist temple in Gunma Prefecture. I was driving back from […]
Goshuin number 17 is from 神田明神 (Kanda Myojin), a shrine in Tokyo. This isn’t just any shrine either. Located near Akihabara, […]
Goshuin number 15 is from 浅草寺 (Sensō-ji). Located in Asakusa, Tokyo, I often think of tourists when I think of […]
Goshuin number 11 is from Zenkō-ji! Wait… Doesn’t this stamp look different from the one you already have for Zenkō-ji? […]
Goshuin number 10 is from the 国分寺 (Kokubun-ji) in Jōetsu! When I finally arrived at this temple (after getting MANY […]
Shrine vs. Temple — What’s the difference?
You find a beautifully decorated building in Japan. You notice the place to wash your hands off to the side, […]
Goshuin number 7 is from the 光泉寺 (Kosenji), a small temple on a hill overlooking the giant hot spring Yubatake […]
Goshuin number 4 is from the Seson-in, a temple in Nagano City that is dedicated to Bishamonten!
Goshuin number 3 is from the 大勧進 (Daikanjin), another temple in the Zenkōji complex. Not much to say about this […]