|Pseudonym reading||Jun Reino's essay|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Tangible folk cultural property|
|Designated date||August 17, 1979|
|location||Hiraizumi-cho Hiraizumi character clothing|
Length 18.2-64.5 cm.
Width 8.0-18.5 cm.
There are 3 gold-plated bronze letters, 4 plates of black lacquered gold, and 2 plates of black lacquered.
The copper plate is available in the form of triangles and pentagons at the upper end, and the one in the square, and the wooden plate is elongated with the upper end formed in the form of triangles and triangles.
Of the nine, there are the following eight inscriptions.
Astronomy 4 (1535)
It is a bill for the west country 33rd pilgrimage petition for the road business of Nagai Sakai (currently Nagai City, Yamagata Prefecture).
5 years (1628)
It is a payment note of the golden hall sanko memorial of the resident 樋 樋 next to Edo Nihonbashi lumber town.
Kanaga 8 years (1631)
It is a gold bill that the above-mentioned Mr. Higuchi Ichiuchi came to the Golden Hall again three years later, for the purpose of making a room with a concession.
Civilization 16 years (1484)
It is a tag for the memorial of the day when Pei Qing Tai (now Ichinoseki City, the lord of the medieval Sanno Seki) pilgrimage to 33 sacred places in the west.
Yonde 4 years (1492)
It is a memorial tag for the memorial when Pei Qing Tai pilgrimage to 33 Bantang Reservoirs.
Eisho 13 (1516)
It is a tag of 33 West country pilgrimage full application memorials for 4 people of Hisashi Toshin (Shinishi no Tomi) et al. In Tosu Village (now Motoyoshi-gun, Miyagi Prefecture).
Onaga 5 years (1525)
It is 33 places pilgrimage receipts of five companions including Matajiro Yokozawa.
Astronomy 11 (1542)
At the top is a statue of Kannon, and at the bottom is a crest of three folds.
It is a pilgrimage note of 100 places of Kannon of Yokosumi Sumi Yokozawa Peikyo.
The one with no year is a pilgrimage receipt, which is hosted by Myeongseong.
It is valuable to know the customs of pilgrimage narration from the Middle Ages to the early modern period.