Get your very own official shrine stamp for Mizoguchi Kamado Shrine: The Kimetsu no Yaiba Holy Land?!

Kimetsu no Yaiba is a popular manga series currently taking all of Japan by storm, and rumor has it that this popular series may have been inspired by none other than Mizoguchi Kamado Shrine right here in Fukuoka Prefecture’s Chikugo City.


And now you can even get an official shrine stamp for Mizoguchi Kamado Shrine!





Official shrine stamp (goshuin) information

The shrine launched its official shrine stamp on November 21, 2020. The stamp is available from a different location depending on the day of the week, so please make sure to check in advance before you go.

  • Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays: Mizoguchi Kamado Shrine (Address: 1553 Mizoguchi, Chikugo-shi, Fukuoka-ken)
  • Weekdays: Mizuta Tenmangu Shrine (Koinoki Shrine) (Address: 62-1 Mizuta, Chikugo-shi, Fukuoka-ken)


*There is a fee of 500 yen to receive the official shrine stamp.