August 25, 2017

Senjafuda on Antique Cash Register

Kyōgoku Stand, Nakagyō-ku, Kyōto
Fujifilm Finepix X100
京極スタンド(京都市中京区新京極通四条上る)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Senjafuda (千社札) are stickers or scraps of paper posted on the gates of shrines and Buddhist temples in Japan. The stickers bear the name of the worshipper, and can be purchased pre-printed with common names at temples and shrines throughout Japan, as well as at stationery stores and video game centres. Senjafuda were originally made from wooden slats, but have been made of paper since the Edo period. (Read more...)

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