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|Publisher:||Unknown - 不明|
|Medium:||Woodblock - 木版画|
|Format:||Senja-Fuda - 千社札, 12 x 18cm|
|Notes:||Senjafuda (also commonly known as `Senshafuda' or `Senja Fuda') are small Japanese woodblock prints used as votive* cards that were placed on the walls, ceilings and fixtures at shrines and temples by visitors. A tradition from the Edo era, they became very popular as a collectable item around the late Meiji and Taisho periods, with many 'Nousatsu Kai' (Senjafuda Associations) being set up to make and swap senjafuda.
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