A shuin is an autograph and a seal (stamp) given to worshippers to Buddhist temples (Shinto shrines) in Japan. The autographs and seals are often collected in books called shuinchō that are sold at temples (shrines).
The shuin is different from a commemorative stamp. When we want to get it, we need to worship a principal image in first. If you cannot guarantee that you will worship a principal image despite your creed, you should never be allowed to collect the Buddhist plume by yourself.
Please place emphasis on your creed and others' one.
Get the Red Insignias of Buddha Kings-