|Pseudonym reading||Jun Reino's essay|
|Specified type||Prefecture designation|
|Type||Tangible folk cultural property|
|Designated date||August 17, 1979|
|location||Ichinohe Town Togoshi-ji Miyakozawa|
45.1 cm in length.
Width 9.3 cm.
Made of cypress wood board, engraved.
At the top there are three kanji characters (Kirik, Saku, Sa).
It is a bill for the tourist when the tourist pilgrimage to 33 places in Oshu and Ayabe-gun in 1512.
The tradition of the bill is considered to be the same as when the tourist was billed, and it is valuable as a medieval pilgrimage that remains in the north of Iwate Prefecture.
There are the following inscriptions in addition to the three Chinese characters at the top.
Right Sanban Iwaya Temple ほ お 中央 中央 中央 中央 中央 三 三 三 上 上 上 上 上 上 正 正 六 六 六 六 六 あ ら あ ら あ ら 朱 朱 (朱 浄) 浄 □.
Below that, there is a 爲 □□□□ mark.