Shuin Temple Stamp
Shuin Stamps were originally received as proof of the copying of sutras. However, now they are given as proof of visiting a temple. At Chishakuin Temple, we give out Shuin stamps of our principal buddha Dainichi Nyorai Buddha (Vairocana) as well as stamps of each holy place we are registered as. If you would like a Shuin stamp, please inquire at the Reception Office when visiting.
|Shuin Temple Stamp||¥300 per Shuin Stamp|
Types of Shuin Stamps
Main Head Temple Chishakuin Our Principal Buddha
The Thirteen Sacred Buddhist Sites of Kyoto 1st Site
The 36 Fudō Temples in the Kinki Region 20th Site
The 18 Head Temples of the Shingon School 7th Site
Chishakuin Original Shuin Stamp Book
Our Chishakuin Temple original Shuin stamp book has been completed. It is designed after the national treasure wall painting of Hasegawa Tōhaku, “Maple.”
We are currently selling the books for ¥1800 per book (The Shuin stamps have not been entered yet). Please make it a souvenir of your visit.
Furthermore, the National Treasure wall paintings of the Hasegawa school can be viewed in our treasury.
Font Cover: Photograph taken in front of the Scenic Garden’s replica of “Maple” Back Cover: Photograph taken in front of the Scenic Garden’s replica of “Maple”