Goshuin-cho is a special notebook for collecting red ink stamps and calligraphy given at temples or shrines as a proof of visits them.
The both sides of cover are a woodblock print pattern by the famous Ukiyo-e artist Hiroshige, which is one of One Hundred Famous Views of Edo.
The front cover is a view of plum garden drawn and is well-known by that Van Gogh also imitated it. The back cover is snowy winter scene in Asakusa. It is made by UNSODO publisher.
The inner paper is made by pasting two papers together, which makes it difficult the ink to bleed through. It will be a wonderful companion for your trip in Japan.
・Material/ Whole：Japanese Washi Paper , Cover：Torinoko washi paper , Inner paper：Hosho washi paper：
・Other info/ 11 mountain folds / 44 pages for double-sided use / 22 pages for single side use / Included 2 title stickers
・Weight/ 200 g
・Made in Japan